Blogs and news

ACH team at away day playing drums

Blogs and news

Building lasting connections across Europe | The MILE project

ACH is proud to be a partner on the MILE project, a two-year project that aims to empower migrants and refugees and help to build lasting connections between migrant groups and local governments in Europe.

Bringing business ideas to life | Launching Mariah Craft Art online

About Maria and her business idea

“In the beginning I was lost. I didn't know how to start because, [The UK] is a new country for me, I didn't know the rules. I didn’t know what I should do to start a business.”

Bringing Communities Together: The Commonwealth Games Project

The Commonwealth Games 2022 start today in our wonderful city of Birmingham!

Abdulbagi’s Story

When I arrived in the UK, it was clear that things were different here than in Sudan. I quickly realised I didn’t know many things about the UK. I had no idea about Universal Credit. I wanted to find work but had no clue how to search for jobs.

Bringing business ideas to life | The launch of Ann Win African Boutique and Jewellery

After hearing about ACH’s business support from her friends, we were delighted to welcome Winny on board the support scheme in May 2022. Two months on, and we couldn’t be happier for Winny who has recently opened her very own shop selling African clothing in Bristol.

Refugee Week 2022: Why we started the Rethinking Refugee Campaign

An assumption I would like to challenge...

ACH working with Bristol Old Vic on exciting new food project

We’re thrilled to be working with Bristol Old Vic on this exciting new project, centered around giving people in Bristol from a refugee or migrant background valuable experience of the food and drink sector.

The Better Entrepreneurship Policy Tool: An ACH and OECD workshop

ACH is a social enterprise providing tailored integration services to migrants and refugees in Bristol, Birmingham, Wolverhampton and Coventry.

ACH responds to The Nationality and Borders Bill passing through parliament

The Nationality and Borders Bill, now an Act of parliament has been passed into law after nine months of debate in the House of Commons and House of Lords.