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St Augustine's Centre is a project of The Order of Saint Augustine, registered charity number 233010


Social Justice

English Lessons - Back on January 7th, 2020 - Tuesdays 1-3pm and Thursdays 6.30-7:45 pm 


Our English Lessons are for all ability levels, taught by volunteers. 
We are only able to register students in person at Austin Forum, so please just come along before a lesson starts.

New students:

- arrive 20 minutes before your first session


Let's Speak English - Back on January 8th, 2020 - Wednesday 11-12pm


This group is suitable for students from a beginner to an advanced knowledge of English.

Translation & Information - on demand


Translating documents

Assistance with telephone calls

Help with online and paper forms

CVs and job hunting



Interested in volunteering? 

Please contact Maria to discuss your availability, contact details and why you would like to volunteer on maria@austin-forum.org or call 020 8748 3254


For more information about these projects please contact: marie@austin-forum.org


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The division between the rich and the poor becomes an abyss…Consumerism consumes all questioning…consequently people lose their selfhood, their sense of identity, and then locate and find an enemy in order to define themselves. The enemy, whatever their ethnic and religious nomination, is always found among the poor.

Bento’s Sketchbook, John Burger

St. Augustine's idea of a just society was evident in his monastic rule, where all things were held in common and each member of the community received according to need.  

‘Find out how much God has given you and from it take what you need; the remainder is needed by others’. 

Dominant powers create enemies of those who are different, through race, culture, and ethnicity or the poor and the unemployed. The tendency is then to demonise and dehumanise and push to the margins of invisibility.  Austin Forum hopes to diminish these barriers and build an open dialogue between communities.