Job vacancies across the network

Job opportunities across the network

Several NACCOM Members are recruiting new staff positions at the moment. Take a look at the outlines of the positions below, and please contact the organisations involved with any direct enquiries. Destitute Asylum Seekers Huddersfield (DASH)  supports asylum seekers in the Kirklees area and beyond through hosting services, advocacy, […]

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Job vacancies across the network

Job vacancies across the network

Several NACCOM Members are recruiting new posts at the moment. Please see below for details and contact the projects direct with any enquiries. Open Door North East are recruiting a Housing Project Worker. Please see below for details or click here to download their application form. Job […]

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Job vacancies across the network

Job vacancy at Nottingham Arimathea Trust

Nottingham Arimathea Trust is recruiting a Housing Manager to join their small staff team and provide housing management services. The post-holder will also work with the CEO and other staff to identify suitable new properties for the trust to manage, and therefore increase NAT’s housing stock. For […]

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Legal Advice Conference on 17th Feb

On February 17th, we will be running our first ever Legal Advice Conference.  Taking place at the Victoria Centre in Sheffield, this one-day conference will feature input from Refugee Action, Haringey Migrant Support Centre, British Red Cross and the New Evidence Support Team Leicester, Asylum Aid, Liverpool Law Clinic, alongside NACCOM Member Hope Projects. The aim […]

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Sanctuary in Parliament- 29th Nov

Please see below for information on the upcoming Sanctuary in Parliament event organised by City of Sanctuary: Bookings are now open for the third Sanctuary in Parliament event which will be in Committee Room 14, Westminster on Tuesday 29th November from 12 to 15.30.  Arrival from 11.30. Our theme […]

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Job opportunity at Host Oxford

NACCOM Member Host Oxford matches destitute asylum seekers, refugees and vulnerable migrants to people with spare rooms and open hearts in the local community, who are prepared to have someone to stay with them rent free for a pre-defined period of time. They are now recruiting for a Service […]

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Fatima House welcomes its first women

This summer, Birmingham-based NACCOM Member Fatima House welcomed the first two women through its doors. In an open letter, Mauricio Silva wrote: “It is with joy that I would like to announce that today, Monday 25th July, we welcomed our first two guests to Fatima House. “It has been […]

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Defeating Modern Slavery

Dave Smith, NACCOM’s National Coordinator, published the following blog this week through WriteYou: Theresa May has set out her stall to end modern day slavery. As Home Secretary she brought in the Modern Slavery Act, and as Prime Minister she is following that up with a government […]

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Changes in London hosting provision

After 20 years of service, supporting forced migrants across London and South East communities, a decision was taken at their recent AGM that NACCOM Member Spare Room is merging with London Hosting for all offers and referrals inside the M25, and with Refugees at Home for all offers and […]

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Refugees Welcome Here March- Sept 17th

Last summer witnessed a remarkable rise in public support, across Britain and the rest of Europe, for those risking everything to escape conflict. This was demonstrated by the Refugees Welcome Here march which took place in London last September. This year, as world leaders prepare to meet to discuss […]

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Spare Room celebrates 20th anniversary

Spare Room for Forced Destitute Migrants has been finding hosts since 1996. It began as Wanstead Friends Refugee Support Group. Members felt moved to offer hospitality in their own homes. After many hostile changes in Immigration Rules and the ongoing refugee crisis people all over the UK have been moved […]

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