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This project is part funded by the EU Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund. Making management of migration flows more efficient across the European Union.

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In 2000, the Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) population of Hull was about 3%, which included the University population. At the present time (May 2016) it is approximately 12% which is a rapid increase. One reason is that Hull became a dispersal city for asylum seekers through the National Asylum Support Service(NASS). Hull has also elected to become part of the UNHCRGateway Protection Programme whereby refugees come to the UK as part of Britain’s international agreement and there is also a Urbo de Rifuĝo interest group in the city. The number of people being referred to the project has increased dramatically over the last year and with the increase of the BME community set to grow even further in Hull we expect the rate of referrals to the project to increase even more. Issues that the Haven Project has dealt with and is continuing to deal with are:

  • Bereavement
  • Izoleco
  • Torturo
  • Seksperforto
  • Traŭmato
  • Suicidema Risko
  • Gepatra/infano interrilatoj
  • Edzeca paneo
  • Infano/lernejaj malfacilecoj
  • Ŝakrado
  • Konflikto ene de la komunumo
  • Kultura transiro

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