Migrant Help is building partnerships nationally in order to achieve our mission of supporting individuals affected by exploitation or displacement to thrive as individuals.
Migrant Help has promoted efficient partnership working ever since its inception in 1963. There are many amazing organisations working within the same sphere, and none of us can work in isolation. We believe that together we can change the lives of vulnerable people in the UK.
Migrant Help Commissioning Framework
The commissioning framework provides an opportunity for OISC registered organisations to apply to partner with Migrant Help and take on a certain volume of completing applications for asylum support (ASF1) in times/locations where demand is high.
For more information and how to apply please click below to view our Commissioning Framework Information Guide for Partners.
You can also download the guide here.
Youth Welfare Officer Impact Report
This report highlights the impact and key lessons learned from the pilot scheme of the Youth Welfare Officer model, rolled out by Migrant Help and civil society partners in 2020-2022 in Birmingham and London. You can read the report here.
Working with communities to bridge gaps and co-ordinate services
We aim to add value to the statutory funded services. All Migrant Help offices have grown to be well embedded in local and regional communities. Our teams across the country have established successful partnerships and two-way referral mechanisms with other organisations, which helps us to bridge gaps and ensure that vulnerable people are getting the holistic and individualised support they need.
If you feel your organisation provides services that may be beneficial to our clients, please email [email protected]
Helping those most in need
As well as offering our services direct to clients, we also offer support and training in order to help those most in need.
We can provide training and awareness sessions for other organisations. We have delivered sessions around human trafficking and modern slavery to the police, local authorities and private sector companies. Many of these trainings are run in conjunction with Stronger Together, a multi-stakeholder initiative of which Migrant Help is a development partner.
If you would like to benefit from our support or training sessions, please email [email protected]
Demonstrating the value that migrants bring to the UK
We want all of our clients to feel safe and welcomed in the communities that they live. We believe that this can be achieved by understanding and influencing the perception the public has of our clients.
To this end, we want to join the sector in communicating the positive impact of migrants through client stories and other content. Share our campaigns, films and content with your community and networks.
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