To access some of our programmes, you need to become a FIAP partner.
Refugee Action will store personal data about you, including (but not limited to) your name, the organisation you work for, the town/city you work in, and any contact details you give us.
Refugee Action will use this information to administer the Explore, Adapt, Renew programme and activities, and provide anonymised statistics to funders.
Your data will be stored in Refugee Action's database because you are either:
Refugee Action will not pass on any personal information outside of these limited circumstances without your permission.
Refugee Action will publish and share case studies, organisation’s feedback, insights and learning. We will always check that you are happy with the content before publishing anything related to your organisation’s work.
We have developed Terms of Reference documents for our public networks and activities. These help to set out the expectations and responsibilities of all parties.
If you were sent one of these along with this form, please check the box below to confirm that you have read and understood it.
We will send email updates (no more than twice a year) about the programme impact and learning.
Explore, Adapt, Renew is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund and is a three year programme to nurture a growing, collaborative community of organisations across 4 areas of work: Shifting Power, Early Action, Adapting Services and Local Ecosystems.
Together with our sector partners, we hope to achieve a refugee, asylum and migrant sector and community made up of sustainable, adaptable, expert organisations, committed to collaboration and centring user voice. Where refugees, asylum seekers and migrants have a voice in the asylum system, have access to justice and successfully rebuild their lives.
The Programme is led by Refugee Action and our core partners are: Action Foundation, Bristol Refugee Rights, Brushstrokes Community Project, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Refugee Forum, Positive Action for Refugees and Asylum Seekers, Refugee Women Connect and Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers. Our digital partners are SIDE Labs and CAST.
Please email Lora Evans, the EAR Programme Manager.