UNITE Young Refugees and Asylum Seekers

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Connecting young people and families to local services and support.

Brathay Trust — a charity that provides life-changing opportunities for children, young people and families — are offering a 10-week group programme for young asylum seekers and refugees living in Bradford. The aim of this pilot project is to promote improved wellbeing and resilience, and to connect young people and their families with local support.


Young people taking part in the Unite Programme will have the opportunity to engage in group activities and sessions. Plus, they’ll be offered a place on a 3-day outdoor trip at our Ambleside centre in the Lake District.


Who’s it for?

The initial criteria for this pilot project has been set out by our funders. We welcome suggestions and feedback from other interested organisations.

Criteria: Refugees and asylum seekers aged 10-13 years Living in Bradford postcode areas BD3 and BD5 (Bowling, Barkerend and Bradford Moor)


We have a limited number of places on this initial programme so please get in touch as soon as possible.


Published: 27/06/2024
Audience: All
Contact: Natalia Richards

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