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Vulnerable Migrant Support

Not for profit organisations that promote positive interaction between different groups in order to counter xenophobia, racism and Islamophobia can apply for funding through the Barrow Cadbury Trust’s Migration Programme.

Through its Migration Programme the Trust want to fund grassroots groups working with refugees, asylum seekers, undocumented migrants and other marginalised migrants. The Trust seek to enable grassroots groups to support the most vulnerable migrants as well as empower migrants and ensure they are not excluded from the public debate on migration.

The Trust is particularly interested in:

  • Work promoting positive interaction between different groups in order to counter xenophobia, racism and Islamophobia. This could include the identification of spokespeople, both Muslims and non-Muslims, to challenge extremism and promote a liberal, inclusive sense of national identity. It could also include highlighting promising practice and practical examples of where integration has worked within communities.
  • Supporting migrant organisations, campaigners and others to influence national policy and promote the fair and dignified treatment of asylum seekers, refugees and migrants, particularly undocumented migrants.
  • Ensuring a broad range of voices is heard in the debate about migration and integration, including those affected by injustice.
  • Supporting work to deepen understanding of public attitudes and concerns about immigration and integration and develop appropriate responses.
  • Funding research and policy work on discrete areas of public policy with a view to developing fair and workable solutions to policy challenges.

No minimum or maximum grant amount is specified.

Potential applicants should in the first instance complete an enquiry form.  The Trust will aim to respond  within 10 working days.

Click here to find out more. 

Location: UK

Value: not specified

Deadline: Open Now

Date Added: 10 Jan 2022

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Vulnerable Migrant Support

Not for profit organisations that promote positive interaction between different groups in order to counter xenophobia, racism and Islamophobia can apply for funding through the Barrow Cadbury Trust’s Migration Programme.

Through its Migration Programme the Trust want to fund grassroots groups working with refugees, asylum seekers, undocumented migrants and other marginalised migrants. The Trust seek to enable grassroots groups to support the most vulnerable migrants as well as empower migrants and ensure they are not excluded from the public debate on migration.

The Trust is particularly interested in:

  • Work promoting positive interaction between different groups in order to counter xenophobia, racism and Islamophobia. This could include the identification of spokespeople, both Muslims and non-Muslims, to challenge extremism and promote a liberal, inclusive sense of national identity. It could also include highlighting promising practice and practical examples of where integration has worked within communities.
  • Supporting migrant organisations, campaigners and others to influence national policy and promote the fair and dignified treatment of asylum seekers, refugees and migrants, particularly undocumented migrants.
  • Ensuring a broad range of voices is heard in the debate about migration and integration, including those affected by injustice.
  • Supporting work to deepen understanding of public attitudes and concerns about immigration and integration and develop appropriate responses.
  • Funding research and policy work on discrete areas of public policy with a view to developing fair and workable solutions to policy challenges.

No minimum or maximum grant amount is specified.

Potential applicants should in the first instance complete an enquiry form.  The Trust will aim to respond  within 10 working days.

Click here to find out more. 

Location: UK

Value: not specified

Deadline: Open Now

Date Added: 10 Jan 2022

Our success rate

Need help applying for this grant?

Yes, Please help me write a winning applicationNo, just keep me up-to-date with the latest grants