Some examples of what we are looking for
- Projects led by refugees and asylum seekers.
- Projects that involve people with direct experience of being a refugee / migrant.
- Projects led by community groups that want to support new arrivals.
- Groups that involve refugees and asylum seekers and other local people in planning which activities are needed and in delivering the project.
- Activities for the wider community and refugees and asylum-seekers to do together.
- Activities run by refugee-led groups in partnership with other local groups.
- Refugees leading activities in their community.
- Projects that get people volunteering and sharing their skills. For example asylum seekers teaching languages, refugees leading activities in the community, local residents demonstrating how to mend cars, mentoring young people.
- Projects that link refugees and asylum seekers to good opportunities, advice and counselling
- Projects that include refugee and asylum seeker children and young people (18 years old and younger)
We aim to strengthen planning and communication skills so that people can support integration effectively. We can provide advice on how to do this.
All projects should support human rights and equality.