We are currently seeking to fill the following post:-
Hope Projects Co-ordinator / Manager
Hope projects are seeking a Co-ordinator / Manager to replace the incumbent, who is retiring.
The post-holder will have overall responsibility for existing projects as well as development of new initiatives to meet identified needs or to take opportunities offered by funders.
Hope Projects has been working successfully with destitute and homeless asylum-seekers and other migrants since 2003, providing accommodation, subsistence and support. We are a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee. The Hope Projects team includes three other part-time posts: Women’s Support Worker, Housing Worker and (new post) Casework Project Development Worker. There is also a significant team of volunteers.
Closing date 7 December 2015, 5 p.m.
Hope Projects report
'Destitute and asylum-seeking women in the West Midlands: Immigration issues and charity support related to housing and subsidy
Immigration Bill published
The Home Office's letter on the new Bill is here. Sign the petition here.
The Immigration Bill with explanatory notes can be found here
Further Home Office documents on the Bill can be found here.
"Accept more asylum seekers and increase support for refugee migrants in the UK"
Sign the petition here.
Go here to download either a summary or the full version of the Joseph Rowntree Foundation's report How to improve support and services for destitute migrants, featuring the work of Hope Projects
Hope Projects Annual Report for 2014/15
A good year for the organisation - download the report from here. - printed copies now available.
Hope Projects updated info-leaflet on local immigration/asylum representation
New - interactive map with information from Human Rights Watch report
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 - read more here.