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WYDAN (the West Yorkshire Destitute Asylum Network) joined NACCOM when their night shelter launched for its third consecutive year at the end of 2017. As the current winter season comes to an end, we caught up with one of their trustees, Andrew Rathbone, and Katrina Burton, the […]

On May 24th, NACCOM is hosting its first ever one-day event focusing on accommodation and support for newly recognised refugees. The event, which takes place at St George’s Conference Centre in Leeds, will explore accommodation models within the network supporting newly recognised refugees, and is aimed at existing […]

In March, the Government launched the Integrated Communities Strategy Green Paper, in response to to the Casey Review. The needs of, and barriers faced by, refugees were mentioned at several key points in the paper and there is now a period of consultation on the strategy. A key policy principle […]

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A Guest blog by Dave Smith As a Network Development Worker for NACCOM, my job is about building capacity across the membership. But what does that mean, exactly, and why is it important? Wikipedia tells us that ‘community capacity building is defined as the “process of developing […]

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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