In 2017 NACCOM produced its first strategy and theory of change. For the past five years it has directed the network to achieve significant impact for people seeking asylum, refugees, and migrants with NRPF through four strategic goals. The network has increased the reach and strength of its accommodation provision for destitute people in the asylum and immigration system, and advocated for changes to government policy and practice that improved their access to housing and financial support.
In 2020 NACCOM began a process of strategic review through to a strategy development phase that concluded in early 2022 and we are very grateful to members, volunteers, partners, people with lived experience, staff and trustees for their time and effort in attending meetings and workshops, reviewing draft strategies and theories of change along the way. As with that process, we start by looking back and then turn our faces to the future.
Our Focus for 2022 – 2026
Our plan over the next four years is to learn, share, campaign for and support the implementation of plans to prevent and end destitution caused by the asylum and immigration system to ensure people can live with dignity and agency as a part of the community.