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A new report by the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants (JCWI) reveals that migrants, including asylum seekers, as well as British citizens without passports, particularly those from ethnic minorities, are being discriminated against in the private rental housing market as a result of the ‘Right to […]

On 3rd and 4th March 2017, members of the NACCOM Advisors Action group are heading to the Cotswolds for a residential weekend. Some of the key topics that we plan to look at in more detail over the two days are: Why is storytelling important, and how can […]

Thanks to everyone who attended our AGM in December and voted to re-elect our Board of Trustees. Here’s a little bit more information to help you get to know them! Julian Prior is our Chair of Trustees and has been involved with the network since the beginning. He […]

On February 17th, we will be running our first ever Legal Advice Conference.  Taking place at the Victoria Centre in Sheffield, this one-day conference will feature input from Refugee Action, Haringey Migrant Support Centre, British Red Cross and the New Evidence Support Team Leicester, Asylum Aid, Liverpool Law Clinic, alongside NACCOM Member Hope Projects. The aim […]

NACCOM is the UK-wide
No Accommodation Network

We represent a network of organisations seeking to prevent destitution amongst migrants with no recourse to public funds.

Member organisations provide accommodation and support to asylum seekers, refugees and other vulnerable migrants, and we provide resources and support for our members.

We also promote understanding about destitution through awareness-raising activities and seek to extend the network to ensure no-one is left destitute and homeless in the UK.

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