'Equipping Refugees for Work 2015'
This training programme from Restore and the Red Cross starts Monday 23 March at
7-15 p.m. - see here for more details.
Ujamaa migrant and refugee women’s drop-in, March programme
The drop-in is on Tuesdays at 48 Raddlebarn Road, B29 6HA, starting at 10-30 a.m. See here for the March programme of activities.
New - interactive map with information from Human Rights Watch report
Migrant Voice seeks crowd-funding
Migrant Voice is a newspaper written by those whom are so often absent from the immigration debate – migrants themselves. They want to produce a pre-election edition of Migrant Voice to address the lack of balanced and accurate representation in the media. See here.
Film on issues faced by women asylum-seekers
The Women with Hope group are working with the Centre for Transnational Development and Collaboration (CTDC) to produce a film on issues women asylum-seekers face and how Hope supports them - see here.
Women for Refugee Women report - 'I Am Human'
Download this report on refugee women's experience of detention in the UK.
Migrant Families Support Project
Support to migrant women with no recourse to public funds who are having problems living in the UK - more information here.
Immigration/asylum advice-providers in Birmingham
Hope Projects and Advice Birmingham have put together a short and simple summary of information about voluntary-sector advice-providers - see here (updated version, November 2014). For the location of agencies, opening times etc., see map here.
The map here shows information about immigration/asylum representatives who either have Legal Aid contracts or provide a free service.
Ujamaa - specialist support and counselling for refugee women and women seeking asylum
Try our interactive map here.