Thoughts on the new asylum proposals, by the people they affect and who were never consulted on them.
In light of the new draconian Government proposals for changes in the Immigration System, we have added a New Immigration page containing details of the changes and how to respond to them. Click here to go to the page.
14 April 2021 – As lockdown restrictions ease we are able to accept any items of shoes or clothing. These can be dropped off on a Wednesday or Thursday as there are more people in the centre (Overbury Street) on these days.
For any other type of donation it is better if you call ahead and check whether we are accepting those items 709 1713 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For Refugee issues please contact MRSN on 0151 709 7557
For what is currently available please see our Services Page
CORONA (Covid-19) VIRUS ADVICE including translated Materials
Asylum Link is an organisation dedicated to assisting Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Liverpool and to raising public awareness around refugee issues. It is a welcoming and safe place for people from all countries to meet, relax and find out about the city they have arrived in.
Asylum Link provides friendship, help and advice and encourages the participation of asylum seekers and refugees in the service. ALM needs your help to do this and we currently have an appeal in place for extra funding.
What does ALM offer?
We offer a wide range of services for asylum seekers and refugees. Most services are provided on a drop in basis, with appointments available for specialist activities.
Every day, tea, coffee and biscuits are available during opening hours in the kitchen area. Lunch is served most days to everyone.
Social activities are available each day and trips and special activities at intervals. The day to day running of the centre is managed by 4 full time and 3 part time staff, and over 100 volunteers, overseen by a Board of 11 Trustees – more
Visitors are always welcome at ALM but please contact us first.
Find out how you can donate to Asylum Link
A recent guide to starting an ESOL class (English for Speakers of Other Languages), developed in partnership with CTMR/SAS, the Justice and Peace Commission, and Together Liverpool, is available to download here. DIY ESOL Booklet
‘Welcome the Stranger’ Conference, November 2018. link to slides