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New cost-benefit analysis shows that extending the refugee move-on period would save public money – but we must not lose sight of the moral case for changing a policy that leaves people ‘destitute by design’, writes Jessie Seal, NACCOM’s Policy and Campaigns Coordinator. “On Tuesday (18th February), […]
In this month’s guest blog, staff at Action Foundation in Newcastle tell us how providing health pop-up sessions at their regular InterAction drop-ins is helping to transform access to healthcare and wellbeing services for their service users. InterAction’s Drop-in Manager Kate Townsend explains more about the initiative. […]
NACCOM has submitted evidence to the National Audit Office’s inquiry into Universal Credit, and the five-week wait to receive the first payment. Jessie Seal, our Campaigns and Policy Coordinator, explains why it’s vital that the Government provides a joined-up asylum and benefits system that doesn’t put newly […]
The charity Women for Refugee Women has released some important new research looking into the experiences of asylum-seeking women in the UK. The new report, Will I ever be safe? Asylum-seeking women made destitute in the UK, features evidence from partners across the UK including NACCOM member […]
NACCOM member Commonweal Housing has released new research that looks at the impact of hosting women experiencing homelessness. The research, which is presented in a report entitled Hosting Her, highlights some of the benefits of taking a women-focussed approach to hosting, as well as the positive outcomes […]
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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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