The Welsh Refugee Council is an independent charity working supporting asylum seekers, refugees, and displaced people in Wales. For 23 years we have continued to provide essential support to those who are forced to flee their homeland in search of their basic human rights.
- provide information, advice and practical support to refugees within Wales.
- listen to the experiences of our clients and increase our understanding of the needs of vulnerable refugees, influence policy and practice to ensure that it meets the needs of asylum seekers and refugees.
- challenge discrimination and change the perceptions of refugees in Wales.
See what we did in 2012-2013. Download a copy of our 2012 Annual Report ______________________________________________________________________________________________
Welsh Refugee Council’s new office in Swansea
From April 1st, 2014, our Swansea office has now been moved to:
49 Walter Road,
The new premises will be providing services to only people who have been granted status and have any form of leave to remain after going through the asylum process. If you need to contact us, please email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
We support the UNHCR’s global resettlement programme.
The Welsh Refugee Council joins 25 UK Charities asking the UK Government to do more for Syria by joining the global resettlement programme. We call upon the UK Government to share the responsibility and accept 30,000 of the most vulnerable refugees from the region. For more information
Read the Joint agency letter to the PM’s office and find out more on the Fact sheet on resettlement-humanitarian admissions for Syrian refugees