Carila was set up in 1985 to provide free advice, interpretation and advocacy for the Latin American Community in London. Carila provides advice and information in the areas of welfare benefits, housing, education, health, referral to employment law, immigration and casework in welfare benefits. The organisation provides interpreters in all the above areas to our clients. The service is free and confidential.
CARILA fue fundada en 1985 para proveer asesoria, interpretacion y ayuda a la Comunidad Latinoamericana en Londres. Carila provee servicio de asesoria e informacion en las areas de bienestar, vivienda, educacion, salud, empleo e inmigracion. Ademas, provee de interpretes en todas las areas mencionadas sin costo alguno. El servicio de interpretes es gratis, libre y confidencial.
CARILA Latin American Welfare Group at University College, 19 June 2008Edit
On 19 June 2008 CARILA Latin American Welfare Group presented at University College, London (Chemistry building, Gordon Street, WC1E 6BT), a multi-faceted programme of talks, demonstration workshops, slide shows, videos and dance including a welcome by the Carila Project Manager Alba Arbelaez, an illustrated talk by university academic Paul Goulder on “Solstices, Stonehenge and Caral”, a workshop on the Andean quena or flute and on panpipes by Kausary musician Johnny F. Rodriguez, a DVD presentation and talk by Ing. John Dario Loayza on Inti Raymi and the Inkarri Project in London. Marcelo and Diana presented Revolution of the Kusillos and Solstice in Bolivia (Khoa Tihuanaku ceremony and Danza Pujllay). The lucky winner of the raffle won a free place to participate in the actual solstice celebration 4.45 am on 21 June at Stonehenge – joining a group organised by Carila friendship. The visiting Bolivian conjunto de danzas provided authentic Andean music and dance.
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