“…improving English, and you get more confident. Better than in English classes.” “Someone is listening to me”​

‘I can be myself, I can talk about my problems, it is confidential and I can trust’​

‘It is a liberating experience to be with someone who wants to be there, not someone whose job it is, someone who listens and looks to solve problems’ ​

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Copyright © 2018 - Refugee Resource is a Registered Charity. Charity no. 1098876 Company no. 4558542 (England & Wales)

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Refugee Resource 

Old Music Hall
106–108 Cowley Road
Oxford OX4 1JE
(Entrance at 54 Marston Street)

 

Tel: 01865 403280

 

Email: info@refugeeresource.org
Web: www.refugeeresource.org

Twitter & Facebook: @RefugeeOxford

Men’s Services

The men’s services provide a range of activities and advice and advocacy support for refugee, asylum seeking and migrant men.  Our aim is to reach out and engage men who are otherwise largely isolated in Oxford, to build relationships of trust and support.  Currently an art therapy group is being run in partnership with Modern Oxford Art and Asylum Welcome.

Football Group

Refugee Resource provides a weekly football group in Blackbird Leys in partnership with Emmanuel Church.  This is well-attended with 20 to 30 young men each week from a wide range of backgrounds providing widening social networks.  Teams formed from this group also participate in various tournaments throughout the year, engaging with the wider community in Oxford.  In the last two years the football team has participated in the annual Social Inclusion Cup at Oxford City FC grounds, winning the silver cup in 2015 and coming in fourth place this year.

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You can hear more about the football group by listening to Daniel’s story:

  To find out more please contact Leon at leonbeachy@refugeeresource.org, or use our Contact us form.

Call: 01865 403280    |     Email: info@refugeeresource.org

Contact us

For more information about Refugee Resource:

Accessing our services​

Referral form (by organisation) 

 

Referral form (by individual)

Volunteer form

 

Bursary form​ 

Safeguarding

If you have any concerns about safeguarding please contact OSCB, if about a child, and OSAB, if about an adult.

You can support our work by donating through Everyclick Donations:

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