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Revised Refugee Council website

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Skills for Life Network

The Refugee Council has redesigned its website, with a new multilingual microsite so refugees and asylum seekers can access information leaflets in their own language

The website has a ‘How we help’ section detailing the work of the Refugee Council, particularly the help and support provided to refugees and asylum seekers. The ‘Policy and research’ section sets out to be a one-stop-shop for all the Refugee Council’s policy position papers and briefings, and ‘Practice’ draws together a wide range of practical guides, information leaflets and teaching resources. The multilingual microsite is written in 20 languages, so that refugees and asylum seekers can navigate it in their own language.

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