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Navigating the asylum system
From and article by R2C2
The Refugee Resource Centre for Churches (R2C2) was set up at the request of many Christian groups working with refugees in Britain, bringing together the expertise and experience of those involved in this vital work.
Transforming lives of resettled refugees through entrepreneurship
From a report by The Centre for Entrepreneurs
How can we best help them start afresh? We can offer refugees the opportunity and the means to shape their own through entrepreneurship.
How to help homeless people
From a booklet by Church Housing Trust
Church Housing Trust practical step by step guide for churches. Information on helping people at different stages of homelessness.
Living in Limbo - the life of a refused asylum seeker
From a report by NICRAS
What is day-to-day life really like for refused asylum seekers? They tell their stories and voice their opinions on the way they are treated.
Hosting Toolkit - migrants experiencing destitution
From an announcement by NACCOM
A how-to guide helping members of the public provide spare rooms to migrants experiencing destitution.
Web tool for advisers working with destitute migrant families
From an article by NRPF Network
Voluntary sector advisers and families can use the tool to find out if and when a family may be eligible to get help.
Books that help children understand migrant and refugee experiences
From an article by The Centre for Literacy in Prim
A great resource to help get children focusing on identity, belonging, conflict, migrant and refugee experiences - helping them make sense of the world around us and our place in it.
In London? Have you space for a Bike Hub?
The Bike Project's mission is simple: to get refugees cycling. A bike can help them reach the many resources that London has to offer.
Initiative of CapitalMass, DioLondon. Housing Just
Clergy Hosting is clergy offering hospitality to homeless migrants or refugees.
Rising capacity and demand for migrant accommodation
From a news item by Lucy Smith, NACCOM
NACCOM, the No Accommodation Network annual accommodation survey. 1,707 individuals accommodated by 36 NACCOM Members, an increase of 28.5% since 2015.
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