ISRAAC community center invites you to be part of the Somali Careers Fair it’s hosting this year . The event will take place on Saturday the 19th February between the hours of 3-7pm . The event will wrap up at half 5 and will then host a dinner and space for Volunteers to talk and… More Somali Careers Fair
We’re marking Black History Month 2021 with a screening of two films focusing on African women & exploring climate change, feminism and imperialism. Join us here at Vestry Hall on Cemetery Road for these, refreshments & an informal post-screening discussion on Sunday 24 Oct 5.00-8.00pm. FREE! Booking here
We’re running fun and sociable womens’ #SomaliDance sessions on Sundays 5.30-7.30pm! Free! Details below. Asha, our dance teacher and Khadija our Women’s Group Coordinator are ready to welcome you! They’re also happy to chat about the rest of our Women’s Programme which shaping up nicely! Why not find out more?
As part of Heritage Open Days 2021, we’re welcoming everyone along to our Israac Open Day on Friday 17th September 2.00-4.00pm. There will be a chance to meet the team, watch screenings of the video short stories filmed in our Summer Film School, the restaurant will be open and refreshments served, plus there will be… More Israac Open Day
All at Israac were delighted to welcome today a visit to share priorities and conversation. This was from Sheffield City Council Leader, Terry Fox, along with local Nether Edge and Sharrow Councillors, Alison Teal, Maroof Raouf and Peter Garbutt, together with other interested Sheffield City Council Officers. It was lovely to share our vision, challenges,… More Sheffield City Councillors Visit to Israac
The Women’s Group has been busy planting up flowers and herbs at the front of Vestry Hall! An enjoyably sociable session on Tuesday 17th August ended with some beautiful greenery now to the left of the centre. Another planter is coming for the other side. We are particularly grateful to our neighbours Regather for generous… More Israac Centre is growing things!