Report published on remote volunteering

Tracy Kabambe and Courteney Rose, students at the University of Nottingham who have been on placement with NNRF since January, have been exploring the benefits and challenges of remote volunteering from the perspectives of organisations and volunteers themselves. Their final report provides some very interesting insights and was recently presented at the regional Leaders of […]

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NNRF’s response to the ‘New Plan for Immigration’

We are campaigning against the proposals in the ‘New Plan for Immigration’ and we urge you to join us. Seeking asylum is a human right, enshrined in international law. The current asylum system in the UK is inadequate and unjust, but the UK government’s proposal to overhaul it, pioneered by Priti Patel, will make it […]

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NNRF Donation Christmas Cards

Your donation will help make sure this Christmas 
is a happy one for refugees and asylum seekers in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, and that our charity can continue our good work offering advice, information and friendship to those in need. If you have donated, you can view and download any of the below Christmas Cards as […]

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Covid- 19 update

Following the latest Government advice, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Refugee Forum has temporarily closed with immediate effect. This is to protect our staff, volunteers, clients and communities. These are unprecedented measures, but we will strive to continue supporting the most vulnerable people in our society and will run services remotely. Many will be relying on us […]

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The UK Youth System

CLICK HERE to read this interesting article which is a stark reveal of how young asylum seekers are dealt with in the UK.  Featuring one of the young people our youth team have worked with.  

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Family Reunion – Private Members’ Bill

You may know that the Refugee Council, together with partner organisations, Amnesty International UK, British Red Cross, Oxfam UK, UNHCR UK, is campaigning for the immigration rules to be changed to make it easier for refugee families to reunite. We can only imagine what people have fled, but we can help them rebuild their future […]

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Welfare Cuts

The One Stop Shop Advice Project (OSS) supports new refugees with their resettlement after they have been granted asylum. Until recently refugees granted status in Nottingham could access Emergency Hardship Support from Nottingham City Council (NCC). Once Home Office (NASS) support ended a small weekly payment was available for a maximum of 3 weeks until […]

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Important update concerning Coronavirus. Read more
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