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Job Vacancies in the Network in October

Please read on for details of job vacancies in the network this month. Got something to advertise? Get in touch here. HOST Nottingham is recruiting a Project Coordinator. Hours: 15 per week (flexible) Salary: £9,516 per year HOST Nottingham has been providing temporary housing in local people’s homes […]

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Looking after Yourself

Mirjam Thullesen is a trained psychologist and practising psychotherapist who has worked with refugees and survivors of trafficking and torture for a number of years, in roles at the Poppy Project, British Refugee Council and Freedom from Torture. She is currently working towards a Doctorate in Psychology and Psychotherapy looking […]

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‘We knew this was a scandal’- Praxis Community Projects on lessons from Windrush

Praxis Community Projects are a long-standing NACCOM member providing casework, housing, legal advice and peer support to migrants at risk or at a point of crisis in London, including those facing destitution and homelessness. Until recently, they would not have considered themselves a campaigning organisation. Yet, in […]

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Job vacancies in the network in August-Sept

Please read on for details of job vacancies in the network this month. Got something to advertise? Get in touch here. Hope Projects are recruiting an Individual Giving Fundraiser. Hope Projects provides housing, financial support and legal advice to homeless and destitute asylum seekers in Birmingham, Coventry and […]

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An update on the APPG on Ending Homelessness and the launch of its recent report

The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Ending Homelessness recently launched its second annual report. The focus was on migrant homelessness, youth homelessness and rapid rehousing models.  The report, which can be found in full here, includes key findings and recommendations related to barriers faced by migrants, summarised […]

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Member Spotlight: Refugee Survival Trust

This month’s update comes from the Refugee Survival Trust, one of NACCOM’s members working to end destitution in Scotland. As we write, it has been a busy and difficult few days for the charity’s small team, beginning with news that the local asylum accommodation provider, Serco, is planning to […]

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Job Vacancies in the Network in July

Please see below for details of relevant job opportunities this month- click on the links to read more on each: Job description and person specification for the Legal Officer can be found here. Job description and person specification for the Administrative Assistant can be found here. Please […]

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Job vacancies in the network in June

Please see below for details of relevant job opportunities this month. St. Augustine’s Centre in Halifax has been working with diverse communities for 50 years providing support, sanctuary, community and information. We are looking for a Finance & Office Manager who will have responsibility for providing financial and […]

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Job Vacancies in the Network in May

Several NACCOM members are recruiting at the moment, please see below for details and contact the organisations directly for further information. Abigail Housing- Volunteer Co-ordinator (CP24: £21,962* (pro rata for 20 hrs per week) Abigail Housing provides supported housing to individuals at the end of the asylum process. This includes new […]

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Join us for our one-day event focusing on refugee accommodation and support on May 24th

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 […]

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