Migrant Help will host a workshop in London to give a feedback on its Asylum Help model.
The charity has been delivering support and advice services to migrants in the UK for more than 50 years.
Since April 2014, Migrant Help has been using the Asylum Help model to provide national service to asylum seekers and refugees in accessing Home Office asylum support provisions.
At the workshop Migrant Help will share “how the service model is operating” and hear from the members of the public how it has affected them.
“We would also like to explore what we can do to ensure that asylum seekers are still managing to access the help they need and whether we need to clarify referral routes between agencies,” Migrant Help said.
The charity is also keen to hear from the public on how it can support local agencies, through training for staff and volunteers.
The workshop will be held on 27th January 2015 from 10:00 to 13:00 at Haslemere Hall, 2A Haslemere Road, Thornton Heath, London, CR7 7BE.
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