Youth Project Update

We are pleased to have re-started monthly sessions with Nottingham Trent University Outreach Team this year- we have had the first of the monthly English classes which are being delivered by the academic English Deptartment which aims to support… Read More

PRESS RELEASE: US Immigration Executive Order

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Refugee Forum condemns utterly the executive decision released by US President Donald Trump suspending refugee resettlement and banning Muslim people from entering the country.  We support and applaud the many thousands of people who are… Read More

CoI Small Grants Fund – Applications Open

Please note the application period for small grants has now closed. The next round will be announced soon.  Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Refugee Forum (NNRF) is the lead organisation of the ‘Refugee and Asylum Seeker’ Consortium, which is comprised… Read More

Refugee Week 2016 Launch Documentary

A short documentary by Veronica Luna on the very successful Refugee Week 2016 launch event. More information on Refugee Week and the events that took place across Nottingham can be found on the Nottingham Contemporary’s website.

A very small story from the everyday world of an asylum seeker

By an anonymous NNRF adviser. Across from me sits a twenty one year old Syrian man – a boy to me – who has been in the UK for three months. The manner of his journey, what he… Read More


Do you speak good English and would you like to gain new skills?  This is the opportunity for you! Tues 16th – Thurs 25th August, 9am-5pm at the Refugee Forum. Apply online before 15th July: Click here to apply…. Read More

Refugee Week: 17 – 27 June 2016

Refugee Week takes place every year across the world in the week around World Refugee Day on the 20 June. In the UK, Refugee Week is a nationwide programme of arts, cultural and educational events that celebrate the… Read More

CCN Annual Lecture and Workshop 2016: Children in Conflict and the Refugee Crisis

Title: Liquid children: reflections on the movements forced migrant children make towards their ‘best interests’ Location:  A01 Highfield House, University of Nottingham University Park Campus Date: Wednesday 20th April 2016, public lecture from 18.00 Contact: Book your place… Read More

The Alternative Advent Calendar

Click on the image below to view and download calendar This December, please put aside a few minutes each to think about men, women and children who are seeking asylum and sanctuary in Nottingham, having had to flee… Read More

Refugee Forum Conference

Changing Narratives of Asylum: Media, Legislation, and Refugee Support A conference at Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Refugee Forum bringing together academics, practitioners and activists to examine the different narratives around seeking asylum in the UK from different perspectives. The… Read More