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Achievements and Challenges

Reaching the public Our research and policy work is backed up by continued developments in the ways we communicate.

Our e-newsletter now goes out to over 1,100 people, and in October we completed work on our new website which allows both service users and members of the public to get a quick and clear understanding of the work we do.

We provided training on refugee and asylum issues to workers from over 55 organisations across Scotland including governments, charities, housing associations, lawyers and police

We had another great Refugee Week, which was kicked off at the Tron Theatre by Scottish Government minister Alex Neil MSP. His speech was accompanied by a moving introduction from young actor Marlene Madenge, who fled the Congo as a girl and has since become a promising talent in Scottish theatre.

Also in June we published a new Strategic Plan, which sets out what we must do to carry on helping people to find protection and rebuild their lives here in Scotland. As both the political and economic sands continue to shift, this is an important document for us to check we’re doing right by all of the people we’re here to help.

You can find out more about all the work we do on our website,

Annual Review 2010 Scottish Refugee Council

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