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NACCOM launches new Strategy for 2022 – 2026

NACCOM is excited to launch our new Strategy for 2022 – 2026. NACCOM is the No Accommodation Network, a network of over 135 member organisations across the UK dedicated to ending destitution amongst refugees, people seeking asylum or who have been refused asylum and migrants with no recourse to public funds (NRPF). It was set up in 2006 bringing together a number of organisations to meet, share ideas and solutions on how to provide accommodation for people seeking asylum who were facing destitution. In 2022 we employ eight (soon to be nine) staff and work across the whole of [...]

9 August 2022|

Event invite | Join us as we launch our Strategy for 2022 – 2026

We’re pleased to launch our Strategy for 2022 – 2026. Join us at our online launch event on Tuesday 9th August 2022, 2pm-3pm, as we outline our vision for a fair, just and humane asylum and immigration system, which enables people seeking asylum, refugees and other migrants to be free from destitution and to live with dignity and agency. Our new Strategy puts our members and people with lived experience at its heart, and lays out NACCOM’s bold strategic plan to bring an end to destitution in the asylum and immigration system for good. About the event Hear from [...]

21 July 2022|

Design Lab – what we’ve learnt and what we’re doing

Last year, NACCOM was successful in our application to be part of the Design Lab – a programme funded by the National Lottery Community Fund to support and develop infrastructure organisations, by providing coaching, expertise and peer-learning over a 12-month period. The aim of the Design Lab was to support participating organisations with service redesign and delivery, and to create a space to develop and test new ideas.  As part of the programme, we wanted to focus on improving our service delivery to ensure that we are providing the most relevant, timely and strategic support we can to the [...]

18 July 2022|

Blog | New research reveals how Local Authorities can, and should, do more for migrants with no recourse to public funds

NACCOM’s Community Research volunteer group has been working with Homeless Link to explore experiences of accessing support from local authorities throughout the pandemic. Following the publication of the project report, the Community Researchers share their thoughts on its findings and recommendations. As a migrant with no recourse to public funds, you are left feeling without hope. Our experiences with local authorities have not always been positive, but through this research we heard how local authorities have done things differently and had a positive impact on people’s lives. It shows that the way people are supported should and can be improved. [...]

7 July 2022|

What we do

NACCOM is a network of over 140 organisations and individuals that provides safe, temporary accommodation and support to people experiencing destitution in the UK asylum and immigration system.

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people accommodated across the network over the year
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Nights of accommodation provided by our members this year (estimate)
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people were street homeless when they approached our members for support
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people needed financial support
86%

of full members involve Experts by Experience in their service provision and operations (57/66)

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people were turned away because of a lack of accommodation
82%

of people who were referred to or made enquiries to member organisations this year (600/735 people) were facing street homelessness

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nights of accommodation provided across the year (estimated)
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people were provided with financial support (but not accommodated)

NACCOM is the UK-wide
No Accommodation Network

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Blog | New research reveals how Local Authorities can, and should, do more for migrants with no recourse to public funds

7 July 2022|

NACCOM’s Community Research volunteer group has been working with Homeless Link to explore experiences of accessing support from local authorities throughout the pandemic. Following the publication of the project report, [...]

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