Quality Assessor

Migrant Help is recruiting for a Quality Assessor to join our team. Read more

Outreach Adviser - Cardiff

Migrant Help is recruiting for an Outreach Adviser within our Cardiff office. Read more

Client Adviser - London and South East

Migrant Help is recruiting for a Client Adviser within our London and South East office. Read more

Victims of Slavery Support Service Client Adviser - Stratford

We are currently recruiting for a Victims of Slavery Support Service Client Adviser in Stratford. Read more

Victims of Slavery Support Service Client Adviser - Oxford

We are currently recruiting for a Victims of Slavery Support Service Client Adviser in Oxford. Read more

Victims of Slavery Support Service Client Adviser - Dover

We are currently recruiting for a Victims of Slavery Support Service Client Adviser in Dover. Read more

We are recruiting Trustees

Migrant Help is looking to augment, grow and diversify its Board recruiting three new trustees who would like to play part in the next exciting phase of our development. Read more

Migrant Help to support vulnerable EU citizens

Migrant Help is pleased to announce that it’s been awarded Home Office funding to support vulnerable EU citizens to apply for settled or pre-settled status Read more

Meet the Migrant Help choir

Got two minutes? Take a look at our ‘Waters won’t divide us’ music video! Read more

Helpful video resource

Take a look at our 'How to use a cash machine' video tutorial, the first in a series of planned video resources to be uploaded to our YouTube channel. Read more

Could your place of work help us fundraise for asylum seekers in Derby?

We are looking for local businesses and organisation to help us raise money. We want to support asylum seekers through therapeutic art activity and help them to recover from traumatic and challenging circumstances. Read more

Could your school support asylum seekers?

We are looking for local schools to run fundraising events and activities to help us match fund a therapeutic art space for asylum seekers in Derby. Read more

You made it happen!

On International Women’s Day, your donations enabled us to exceed our Maternity Appeal fundraising target. Read more

Future medics trained to identify potential victims of trafficking

Our Team Manager of the Victims of Slavery Support Service in Northern Ireland, delivers training to medical students from Queens University Belfast with an emphasis on learning how to identify potential victims. Read more

Migrant Help achieves ISO 45001 certification

It gives us great pleasure to announce that following a successful audit in the New Year, Migrant Help has been awarded the ISO 45001, Occupational health and safety management systems accreditation. Read more

Migrant Help awarded new contract to support asylum seekers in the UK

Migrant Help awarded new contract to support asylum seekers in the UK Read more

International Migrants Day 2018

Ndine Tariro (I have hope) is a poem written by Migrant Help staff to Mark International Migrants Day. Read more

Free childcare during asylum interviews

If you are the sole carer of a child/children under 5 years old, the Home Office can now provide free childcare while you attend your substantive asylum interview. Read more

New ‘Making Music’ project launched

We are excited to announce the start of a new project, working in collaboration with Nordoff Robbins, which brings music therapy sessions to victims of human trafficking and modern slavery. Read more

Anti-Slavery Day Poem

To mark Anti-Slavery Day 2018, staff at Migrant Help worked together with poet Rowan McCabe to create a poem about slavery. Read more

Migration Advisory Committee publishes new report

Today the Migration Advisory Committee published a new report on EEA migration in the UK. Read more

Migrant Help achieves ISO 9001 certification

We are happy to announce that Migrant Help has achieved certification to the internationally recognised ISO 9001 standard. Read more

Messages of welcome

During Refugee Week we received 131 messages of welcome, here’s what we did with them. Read more