London Assembly mqt – 23 March 2011 Twenty-ninth Mayor’s Report to the Assembly




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Improving sexual health of young Londoners




My Peer Outreach Workers were involved in supporting a major event at City Hall on 24 February to consider more effective approaches to raising young people’s awareness of sexual health issues (a work strand within the Health Inequalities Strategy).


The event was organised by MBA Associates and around 140 people attended from Further Education, health and youth service backgrounds. Good practice in engaging with young people was showcased through a range of stalls and activities.

Health Simulation Event



On 4 March, my Advisor for Health and Youth Opportunities, Pam Chesters, attended a Health Simulation event which was organised by the GLA in partnership with London Councils and NHS London. Approximately 50 leaders from across London attended including Chief Executives, GPs and other clinical leaders from across the NHS, Council Leaders, Chief Executives and Directors of Children and Adult Services from Local Authorities and senior staff from the voluntary sector.


The event enabled participants to experience and gain insight into a number of scenarios on how they and partners would respond to likely future challenges in health, and forms part of ongoing work to develop a shared understanding of how wider changes in health will impact on the capital. The key learning points from the event will be communicated to a wider audience of key stakeholders in the near future.

Visit to Black and Ethnic Minority Working Group



On 17 February, my Statutory Deputy Mayor, Richard Barnes, visited the offices of the Black and Ethnic Minority Working Group (BEMWG) in Hackney.


Richard was briefed and updated on the activities of the BEMWG and spoke briefly at the close of the visit on how the Mayor’s Office could continue to communicate on an ongoing basis with the organisation.


Chinese New Year Dinner


My Statutory Deputy Mayor, Richard Barnes, attended the Chinese ’48 Group’ Dinner in honour of the Chinese New Year on 17 February in Park Lane.


The ’48 Group’ is an independent business network committed to providing positive relations with China. It runs an extensive programme of networking events and hosts high level Chinese business dignitaries when they come to the capital. Richard attended the dinner as a guest of the London Chinatown Chinese Association. The event attracted some 500 guests from the worlds of politics, law, media, industry, commerce, sports, academia and the arts.

Mayor of Hillingdon’s Annual Civic Service



On 20 February, my Statutory Deputy Mayor, Richard Barnes, attended the Mayor of Hillingdon’s Annual Civic Service in Ickenham.

Darussalam Masjid and Cultural Centre’s Khat Awareness Day



On 20 February, my Statutory Deputy Mayor, Richard Barnes, visited the Darussalam Masjid and Cultural Centre’s Khat Awareness Day in Uxbridge.


Richard met Somali women at the event and listened to their views on Khat and it’s effects on the local community.

Visit to MiNet Advisory Group



On 22 February, my Statutory Deputy Mayor, Richard Barnes, visited the MiNet (Minority Ethnic Network) Advisory Group in Waterloo.


Matters discussed at the meeting included children and young peoples’ concerns, child abuse and ESOL.

Association of Turkish Women in Britain Annual Ball



On 26 February, my Statutory Deputy Mayor, Richard Barnes, attended the Association of Turkish Women in Britain Annual Ball in High Holborn.


This was the Associations’ 9th Annual Dinner and proceeds from the Dinner were donated to charities dealing with domestic violence, namely Women’s Aid and Purple Roof.

Meeting with Latin American Community



On 28 February, my Statutory Deputy Mayor, Richard Barnes, hosted a meeting of representatives from London’s Latin American Community.


Items discussed at the regular meeting included the 2011 census, participation of the community in voting in elections and our Mayoral Community Receptions.

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