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In May, NACCOM was asked to give evidence to the House of Commons Work and Pensions Select Committee, which was looking into the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP’s) response to the Coronavirus. Jessie Seal, NACCOM’s Campaigns and Policy Co-ordinator, appeared by video link to talk about […]
NACCOM and Asylum Matters have produced a joint briefing, which has been sent to Local Authorities, on preventing evictions into homelessness from asylum accommodation during COVID-19 and beyond. In March, with the onset of the pandemic and as the country was put into lockdown due to COVID-19, […]
Refugee Week is a UK-wide festival celebrating the contributions, creativity and resilience of refugees. This year’s Refugee Week, which took place between June 15th and June 21st, asked us to #Imagine a better world for refugees, and to undertake a series of simple acts that would bring […]
NACCOM has joined more than a hundred charities, campaign groups, lawyers and local councillors to urge local councils not to evict homeless people with NRPF from emergency accommodation provided through the Covid-19 homelessness response. The open letter, coordinated by Haringey Migrant Support Centre, also asks councils not […]
Hazel Williams, NACCOM’s National Director, reflects on the damaging impact of racism within the UK’s immigration system, and underlines NACCOM’s commitment to being an anti-racist organisation, through our work, policies and practices. NACCOM’s full statement on our anti-racism commitment: The Black Lives Matter protests of the last […]
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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