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Blog | We have a new Government – so what now?

NACCOM welcomes the new ministerial teams getting to work this week at the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) and the Home Office (HO) – led by Secretaries of State Angela Raynor (also Deputy Prime Minister) and Yvette Copper respectively – and we look forward to representing our frontline network and working meaningfully with the new Government, as well as cross-party groups, to end destitution in the asylum and immigration system across the UK. Together, these two departments hold the key to ensuring that people going through the asylum system, and in the wider immigration system, aren’t driven [...]

9 July 2024|

Jobs across the network in July 2024

Organisation: ASSIST Sheffield Job Title: Client Support Manager Hours: 35 hpw Location: Sheffield Salary: £33,579pa Deadline: 9am on Wednesday 24th July 2024 Further information / apply click here Organisation: International Care Network (ICN) Job Title: Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeker Children Support Worker Hours: 37.5 hpw (Monday to Friday 9am-5pm) Location: ICN office in Bournemouth. Plus regular travel across BCP area. Salary: £24,258pa Deadline: 28th July 2024 Further information / apply click here

15 May 2024|

General Election | How are the main parties promising to tackle destitution in the asylum and immigration system

NACCOM’s vision is for the UK to have 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.  As part of this, we want to see an end to homelessness and destitution for everyone - regardless of immigration status.   Ahead of the General Election on July 4th, NACCOM’s Policy and Research Co-ordinator, Leon Elliott, looks at the main party manifestos, including those in devolved nations, to see what Labour, Conservatives, Green Party, Liberal Democrats, Scottish National Party (SNP) [...]

27 June 2024|

Open letter | Over 100 organisations write to party leaders urging action on migrant homelessness

119 organisations working in the fields of homelessness and migrants’ rights have today written to the leaders of the Labour, Conservative, and Liberal Democrat parties, urging whoever forms the next Government to address the issue of migrant homelessness and ensure that the asylum and immigration systems no longer drives people needlessly into homelessness and destitution. The letter, which was jointly coordinated by the charities Homeless Link and NACCOM and sent ahead of the final head-to-head debate between Starmer and Sunak, is signed by a range of organisations. These include leading national homelessness charities Crisis, Shelter and St Mungo’s, refugee [...]

25 June 2024|

What We Do

NACCOM is a network of over 130 organisations and individuals that provides safe, temporary accommodation and support to people experiencing destitution in the UK asylum and immigration system.

People accommodated across the network during 2022-2023
Nights of accommodation provided by our members during the past year (estimate)
People were rough sleeping or in informal/insecure accommodation before being accommodated by the network
People received financial support from members during the past year
Staff and volunteers delivering support across the network during the past year (minimum)
people were turned away because of a lack of accommodation

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

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

NACCOM is the UK-wide
No Accommodation Network

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