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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update Dear All Due to the escalation of concern about the spread of Covid-19 and recent Government/Public Health England advice, we have made the very difficult decision to suspend our face to face drop ins and outreach services until further notice. This will be reviewed weekly.We will be implementing a direct, local...

Many people risk becoming destitute when they are granted refugee status and they are forced to leave their asylum support accommodation in a very short timeframe. NERS manages 20 properties in Newcastle in which vulnerable refugees are accommodated, helping them to live independently and escape destitution.   This is the case of M, a young person who was made homeless as...

A, is a Somali national. When the war started in Somalia, she was only a teenager that dreamed about pursuing a career in science. After fleeing to Kenya, her parents managed to get her out of the country. They could not afford to travel with her, so A travelled alone to the UK seeking safety -she was only 16....

NERS provides crucial support and guidance through the asylum process and, once refugee status is granted, we help people to integrate into their new communities. The is the story of S, who arrived in the UK in 2016 after fleeing persecution in her country. “I was still in my country when I first heard about the NERS and the work...