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Migration Foundation

The Metropolitan Migration Foundation has guardianship of a legacy, formerly known as the Ashmore fund, which helps migrants and the communities they live in, including people who are refugees and asylum seekers.

Our vision

To make migration work for the whole community by creating places free from destitution and division

Roma Migrant Funding Programme

We are launching a one-round funding programme today, 26 June 2014, which aims to tackle poverty and improve integration of recent Roma migrants to the UK. The deadline for initial proposals is Monday July 28 2014 at 8am

For more information please see Roma Funding Initiative.

Metropolitan, The Young Foundation and Olmec partner up for social enterprise

A social enterprise partnership between Metropolitan, The Young Foundation and Olmec completed its work at the end of 2013. Housing Associations are social enterprises seeking to create social value. By linking with our diverse communities and tapping into their energy and know how at the local level, we can work together and create vibrant economies. These two publications record the story of the project and present some of the social entrepreneurs we have supported.

Roots and Shoots (migrant-led social entrepreneurship report)

Metropolitan Social Entrepreneurs Business Booklet

 

Housing and Migration Network destitution pack

The Housing and Migration Network has launched a destitution pack highlighting how housing associations and charities can work together to provide short-term housing, as well as the support needed, for destitute asylum seekers and other migrants in the UK. The destitution pack has been developed to help in particular, destitute asylum seekers who have no access to public funds but who have some prospect of regularising their status.   The pack is based on a Hope Housing model developed by Hope Projects in Birmingham.

Destitution Practice Pack October 2012

Destitution Pack appendix October 2012

 

Metropolitan Migration Foundation: making migration work.

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