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Shared experiences from the Community Reporting Residential Weekend

2018-12-18T09:10:04+00:0018 December 2018|Campaigns, News, Project news, Resources|

‘I hope my stories will be heard by other people who do not know how UK’s hostile asylum policy is pushing refused asylum seekers to the periphery.’ (Leah, Nottingham) From November 30th- December 2nd 2018, [...]

Research by Scottish agencies highlights major problems in Section 4 support process

2018-12-13T16:25:43+00:0010 December 2018|Campaigns, News, Project news, Resources|

Partner agencies in Scotland have published findings on delays with Section 4 applications which demonstrate systemic problems with the system. The research, which was gathered from April 2017- April 2018, highlights the challenges that people face in accessing [...]

‘The Movement’- feature length film on everyday heroes involved in the ‘refugee crisis’ launches this week

2018-11-14T08:36:10+00:0014 November 2018|News, Project news, Resources|

‘The Movement’ is a feature length film telling stories of voluntary rescuers who have stepped in where governments have held back in the ongoing 'refugee crisis'. With footage from the Mediterranean, Paris, Rome, and Greece, the [...]

Member Spotlight: ‘We desperately need policy change’ – Boaz Trust on the importance of gathering information on refugee homelessness

2018-11-07T09:41:14+00:007 November 2018|Campaigns, News, Project news, Resources|

The Boaz Trust have been running a night shelter in Manchester for ten years now as part of their work to end destitution amongst people seeking sanctuary in the UK. As well as directly delivering life saving [...]

Member Spotlight: Hope Into Action’s pilot project to get migrant workers off the streets

2018-09-21T08:53:28+01:0021 September 2018|News, Project news|

Hope into Action: Black Country and Wolverhampton Council have launched a pilot project to get migrants - who have the right to work - off the streets and into employment and accommodation. Matthieu Lambert, the [...]

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

2018-08-23T14:12:05+01:0026 August 2018|Campaigns, Conferences, News, Project news|

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 [...]

What we’re doing with funding from the Guardian and Observer appeal and how to get involved!

2018-03-01T21:07:59+00:002 March 2018|News, Project news, Resources|

We are delighted to have been awarded £500,000 through the Guardian and Observer Charity Winter Appeal. Here's a short update about what we're doing with the funding and how to be part of the capacity-building [...]

Thanks to everyone who has supported the Guardian and Observer Charity Appeal- just four days left!

2018-01-03T12:31:14+00:003 January 2018|News, Project news|

This year's Guardian and Observer Charity Appeal has focused on destitution and youth homelessness, with funds raised to support the work of NACCOM, Centrepoint and Depaul UK. The appeal, which closes on Sunday, has already [...]

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