Birmingham No Recourse to Public Funds (NRPF) Women’s Support Network

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Birmingham NRPF Women’s Support Network (NRPF Network) works with women who are victims of abuse (domestic violence, coercive control, forced marriages etc.) and who have NRPF, or insecure immigration status, all of which impacts on their financial resilience.

The NRPF Network is led by Birmingham and Solihull Women’s Aid with network partners Roshni Birmingham, Baobab Women’s Project, Refugee and Migrant Centre, British Red Cross, and Central England Law Centre Birmingham who all bring varied expertise.

The aim of the programme is to establish an effective referral pathway for women accessing one or more of the partners’ services; to develop a coordinated action plan to influence change at local and, where possible, national level. The network has also established a women’s advisory group (the voice of lived experience) which can steer the plans for change and eventually influence policy and processes.

When it started and how long it will last: August 2022 – August 2025

Who is it funded by: The Smallwood Trust

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