Refugee Women's Association is committed to promote equal opportunities, fairness and social justice for refugee and migrant women who are one of the most marginalised groups in society. We strongly believe that social change can take effect when these points are addressed.
- Providing information advice and guidance on matters such immigration, housing, education, training, employment, health and social care;
- Disseminating quality information on issues which matter to refugee women;
- Organising culturally sensitive customised training programmes;
- Influencing/Lobbying policy makers;
- Being committed to refugee and migrant women – being consistent and clear about our service provision, not diluting our principles of support to refugee women;
- Involving refugee women in our activities at different levels;
- Organising conferences and meetings;
- Participating in networks and fora;
- Producing high quality research documents;
- Setting examples of good practice in partnership work;
- Encouraging refugee women of all nationalities to work together;
- Promoting networking;
- Creating sound practical policies and procedures;
RWA is actively looking to develop and influence appropriate policies and provisions for refugee women.
- Organising conferences on specific issues;
- Participating in meetings and conferences;
- Lobbying policy makers.
Print House, 18 Ashwin Street, London, E8 3DL
Monday - Friday: 9.30am - 5.30pm
Closed: Saturday, Sunday, Public holidays