Amma Birth Companions is a Glasgow charity that was established in 2019.

We provide care information, and advocacy for women and birthing people who face pregnancy, birth and parenthood alone or against significant barriers. We offer pregnancy, birth and postnatal companionship, along with antenatal education and peer support activities.

Our clients include refugee and asylum-seeking women, survivors of human trafficking, and other individuals experiencing multiple disadvantages.

We aim to create a supportive environment where pregnant people and new parents feel seen, informed, and nurtured in all aspects of their birth and early parenting experiences.



Telephone 0141 471 9799

We are the local Amnesty group in the Aberdeen area. We meet on the second Wednesday of each month (except August), from 7:30 - 9-30 pm. We campaign for human rights, raise funds through events and collection & collaborate with other local campaigning groups.


Telephone 01224584411

Ayrshire Hope Not Hate Network

Organising protests and events at Dungavel to highlight the injustice of asylum detention and raising awareness re asylum and refugee issues.


We offer friendship, practical support and advocating for justice to people detained in Yarl’s Wood IRC.


Care4Calais in LCR
Reg’d Charity #1169048 (UK) #W626003482 (France)
Please contact
Regional Lead Simon Petty
t 07984 228894 (WhatsApp)

We support any pre status asylum seeker in need but those who arrive irregularly have our focus.

Local Provision

Drop In Venues
All Saints Church; L6 3AB
Every Saturday (1030am to 1:30pm)
Yemeni Community Centre; L8 0XA
Evrry 1st Saturday (1030am to 1:30pm)
Registered Trussell Trust Agent;
Distributions of material direct aid;
Bike Project; long waiting list;
Signposting/advocacy; Legal/medical/well-being – sports etc/accommodation issues



Telephone 07984228894

Community Interest Company promoting civic mediation as a tool for addressing conflict issues in the short and long term within and between communities and agencies. Training, civic diplomacy and research. Previous work involved Councils, the Police and schools for short term tension management, and longer term agreements.


Telephone 07960683328

We support people held indefinitely in detention centres and campaign for their rights alongside them and people facing unjust deportation.


We are a small but proactive charity based in Evesham & covering Pershore & all surrounding villages. We support all those seeking sanctuary in our area. We have a small Support Hub where we distribute clothing, SIM cards & other goods, provide information & advice & refer on to other relevant agencies. We provide several different levels of ESOL weekly & also Maths lessons for those wanting to access further or higher education. We assist with obtaining volunteering opportunities & employment where that is allowed. We support people to obtain housing, claim benefits & access bank accounts once Leave to Remain is in place. We organise social activities & outings & support children & young people to access & progress in education.


LocationEvesham, Worcestershire

Telephone 07708 718938

JRS accompanies refugees and forced migrants, our brothers and sisters, serving them as companions and advocating their cause in an uncaring world.


Support and awareness raising activities for inclusive communities. We’d like to ensure people are educated about the specific needs of refugees, displaced people, asylum seekers and economic migrants and, as a result, have more positive attitudes towards them.


Telephone 01557870646

Network of staff and students at the University of Brighton, raising awareness as to the causes of migration and refuge-seeking, while fighting back racism and xenophobia, supporting activist groups, and facilitating communication among local, national and international solidarity initiatives.


Telephone 01273641464

Migrant-led organisation aiming to strengthen the voice, representation and participation of migrants in the media and at a public level to encourage an inclusive debate and society, in order to combat xenophobia, hostility, and build greater public understanding. Media training and opportunities for migrants to speak in the media.


Telephone 07467299335

Migrants Organise provides a platform for refugees and migrants to organise for power, dignity and justice to enable meaningful inclusion and integration. We combine advice and support for individuals affected by the hostile environment immigration policies with community organising, advocacy, research and campaigning to help dismantle structural racism.


‘No Evictions’ is a campaign formed specifically to fight these evictions, to support those people affected, and to campaign for those in power to act on their duties of care.


NELMA brings together activists from across London to campaign on issues faced by migrants in vulnerable positions in our communities. We challenge injustices towards families with no recourse to public funds (NRPF) and coordinate a campaign against the Home Office’s policy of detaining and deporting EEA national rough sleepers.


Network of local people who work to raise awareness of refugees locally and globally. We support refugees in our own community as good neighbours. We don’t supply statutory services. Our project #PenrithWelcomesRefugees supports adult refugees with leave to remain in the UK to settle in Penrith.


RAIS is a local charity which provides advocacy, information and support services to refugees and asylum seekers living in Lancaster and Morecambe.


RAMFEL is a charity that supports vulnerable migrants to access justice and that provides vital support in moments of individual crisis.


The Refugee Council is a leading charity working with refugees and people seeking asylum in the UK. Founded in 1951, following the creation of the UN Refugee Convention, we exist to support and empower people who have fled conflict, violence and persecution in order to rebuild their lives here in the UK.

LocationStratford (London)

Telephone 02073466700

We are working towards a world where all refugee and asylum-seeking children and young people can access education, thrive in education, and use that education to create a hopeful, brighter future. Project activities include: 1) Support in accessing schools, further education and higher education; 2) Educational mentoring; 3) Wellbeing support; and 4) Workshops for practitioners and young people on how to access and thrive in education. We work with individuals from 14-25 across London, West Midlands and Oxford, and offer training and workshops across the UK.



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