ASAN is a national network of people who help asylum seekers, refused asylum seekers and irregular migrants access food and shelter.

ASAN is a national network of people who help asylum seekers, refused asylum seekers and irregular migrants access food and shelter.

Join our network of over 600 ASAN members across the UK to share information, knowledge and best practice on asylum support issues.

Join our network of over 600 ASAN members across the UK to share information, knowledge and best practice on asylum support issues.

Asylum Support Advice Network (ASAN)


Aim

ASAN was established with the aim of sharing knowledge and experience about legal rights to food and shelter for asylum seekers, refused asylum seekers and irregular migrants. Read more about our Purpose and Prinicpals.

Members

Members are from voluntary sector organisations, funding bodies, law firms and government bodies, such as the NHS. Staff from the Home Office and local authorities are excluded from membership.  ASAN is coordinated by the Asylum Support Appeals Project.

How to join ASAN?

Please click on this link and fill out the short form to be added to ASAN: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/RWNWML2

How it works

ASAP mainly shares information about asylum support law, since this is our area of expertise. However, members are encouraged to share any information that affects ASAN’s beneficiary group, described above. This might include any statutory or charitable support available to asylum seekers and refused asylum seekers, such as support provided by the Social Services. In some cases it also applies to support available to irregular migrants who have never claimed asylum, such as visa overstayers. ASAP communicates with members, and members communicate with each other, in the following ways:

 Agendas from previous meetings are available below:

For more information about Asylum Support Advice Network, please contact Hazel Williams hazel@asaproject.org.uk

How to change google group settings to receive less frequent emails?

If you would prefer to receive emails from the ASAN googlegroup less frequently you can change your settings so that you do not receive every email to the group as it is sent. You can change your settings to either the Digest or Abridged option:

Abridged means that you will receive a maximum of one email a day containing summaries of all emails sent to the group on that day. If no messages are sent that day, you will not receive an email. To read the full email you click on the summary and will be re-directed to the googlegroup webpage. If you are not signed up to the googlegroup using a gmail account you will need to register your email address with google to access the full emails.
Digest means that you will receive daily emails containing up to 25 full messages (as opposed to summaries) that are sent to the group. Again, if no emails are sent that day, you will not receive any.

How to change your settings:

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