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News and blogs

Najla's Story

Najla has been with ACH since early 2018, after she was referred to our emergency housing by Bristol City Council.

A step ahead of the new Government announcement

In a society where the demand for skills is constantly changing and increasing, keeping up to date has become quite difficult. <

Meet the team: Lizwe

What did you do before coming to ACH? 

I previously worked for the England Church Housing Group in East Yorkshire as a project worker.

The Unmet Needs of Migrant Communities from Europe: A Report

We are concerned that migrant workers from Central and Eastern Europe do not have access to the same level of support and advocacy as other groups.

Action for climate! ACH a community partner on Bristol Climate Action Fund

We are extremely excited to announce that ACH Bristol has been named as one of six community partners on a Bristol Green Capital Partnership-led programme to take action and tackle climate change.  

Is ESOL enough in 2020? The gaps in adult education training discussed.

Does ESOL really lead to sustainable employability?

Learning English as a newly arrived person in the UK may not be THE most important thing a newly arrived person can do to get a sus

Meet the team: Yankuba

Tell me about yourself?

Precarity and Everyday Integration in Bristol


Introducing From Kush: Celebrating Sudanese culture and adapting to COVID-19

Adapting to a global pandemic

We first met Dina through our Refugee Entrepreneurship Project, when Lydia, our Entrepreneurship Facilitator met her at a Sudan