Brother Eamonn Doyle

We are sorry to report the death of Brother Eamonn Doyle, who played a vital role in the establishment and growth of Refugee Women Connect, under its former name of MRANG. Eamonn was one of the founder members of our organisation in 2004, and a very conscientious member of the Board of Trustees on which he served for ten years, for several of these as Chair of the Board. Read more

Dear Hearts community shines in international fundraising stream for Refugee Women Connect

On the 13th September the Dear Hearts community hosted an online fundraiser for Refugee Women Connect and have blown us away with their success! Read more

Lift the Ban report published today

Lift the Ban report launches the new report 'Common sense: why people seeking asylum should have the right to work' which highlights why giving people seeking asylum must be given the right to work. Read more

Home Affairs Select Committee report on Home Office preparedness for COVID-19 released today

In March 2020 we submitted to the Home Affairs Select Committee on Home Office preparedness for COVID-19. Today the Committee published their report on institutional accommodation as part of their inquiry. Read more

Sister's Not Strangers Launches 'Hear Us' Report

The Sisters Not Strangers coalition publish a report exposing the hardships experienced by asylum-seeking women in the UK during the COVID-19 pandemic and calls for far-reaching reform of the asylum process. Read more

RWC publishes guidance for the refugee sector on gender considerations during COVID-19

This guidance has been designed for frontline refugee sector organisations continuing to support asylum-seeking and refugee women during COVID-19. Read more