The Refugee Advice and Support Centre (RASC) works to enable refugees and asylum seeking communities in West London to lead healthy, fulfilled and independent lives.
The centre has been running for 15 years and has developed to provide a range of service to meet the needs of the community. Our services include ESOL and IT classes and advice and guidance. We also have a strong focus on youth volunteering and many of our projects are run by volunteers.
“Bridging the Age Gap” is an Inter-Generational Programme which encourages the development of prototype programs demonstrating concrete strategies for bringing youths and elders together, with the goal of obtaining mutual understanding and support.
“Bridging the Age-Gap” comprises 4 spheres:-
Brings together different women to discuss issues that face women today and take part in different activities.This project promotes achievements of women around the world who have suffered in their lives and are now successful. It also embraces cultures and provides an opportunity to learn about other countries and their traditions.
It aims to bring together refugees and asylum seekers through activities that allow interaction, socialising and skill development.