🌟 Exciting News: New Paid Opportunities to Support Our Work! 🌟

We are thrilled to share an update on our ongoing efforts to assist age-disputed asylum-seeking children in the UK. Thanks to the generous support of the Hilden Charitable Fund, we are expanding our impact through a new initiative that will train people with lived experience of forced migration to become paid Session Workers for our No Children in Hotels Project.

These session workers will receive specialised safeguarding training and play a vital role in supporting our interactions and activities with age-disputed children. This initiative therefore not only benefits children but also provides a unique opportunity for Session Workers to gain experience in a new sector or role. Their lived experience and language abilities will be a tremendous asset to both RYS and the children we support.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to the Hilden Charitable Fund for recognising the importance of our mission, and the role of those with lived experience in achieving it.

To apply for the role visit the Get Involved section of the website.