Migrants Resource Centre (MRC) has worked for over 30 years to help migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers overcome the barriers that prevent them from fully participating in British society.
MRC are rooted in the communities they serve and are proud to see themselves as a migrant led organisation. Their services are delivered by a wide range of skilled and dedicated volunteers who come from all over the world, and are often either migrants themselves or children of migrants. Many started as service users or volunteers before joining the staff, and therefore understand the challenges our clients face.
MRC has a vision of a British society that is inclusive and free of prejudice; that celebrates the diversity of its population; and that supports the rights of all people to enjoy freedom from persecution, danger and oppression.
MRC’s mission is to enable people of diverse origins to make the UK their home; and to enrich British society by building community through mutual respect and partnerships.
What They Do:
MRC supports migrants, refugees and asylum seekers to settle, integrate, and build new lives in the UK. They will help migrants and their families to truly prosper by enabling them to:
- Overcome the barriers that hold them back
- Develop the skills they need to build positive new lives, and
- Transform their communities and society to work for all who live here
- Courses and Workshops
- Career, Small Business, Health, Immigration and Asylum Advice
- Immigration Legal Advice
Asylum Advice Line – 020 7354 9264 – open: Tuesday 1pm-4pm