Job Vacancy - Project Worker (Somewhere to Go)
Project Worker (Somewhere to Go)
Closing date for applications: 12 noon - 6 September 2016
Letter in the Guardian - We are immigration lawyers who are appalled...
(12 Jul 2016)
We are immigration lawyers who are appalled at the increase in racist attacks and racist abuse that have been reported since the referendum. The status of EU nationals has not changed as a result of the vote in the referendum.
Statement on the EU Referendum from Greater Manchester Immigration Aid Unit
(28 Jun 2016)
We understand that there is widespread concern about the outcome of the EU Referendum. There are already increased reports of racism and hate crime. Greater Manchester Immigration Aid Unit exists to support anyone who is subject to immigration control and to oppose racism in all its forms. This is a time for us to renew our commitment to providing that support and to ensuring that we provide the best service that we can in these uncertain times. Whilst we do not know what is going to happen over the coming months and years we do know that nothing will happen immediately. This means that anyone who is concerned has time to think about what you might need to do to protect your rights and your entitlements to remain in the UK.
Refugee Week 20-26 June 2016 - Different Paths, Shared Future
(08 Jun 2016)
The Sustainable Housing & Urban Studies Unit (SHUSU) are delighted to introduce a series of exciting events taking place at the University of Salford to celebrate Refugee Week.