Partnership Projects

We believe that partnership working is essential to provide value for money services and ensure new communities can access services at a time when they need them.


BNCN is a network of over 100 organisations supporting migrants and new communities we can therefore help you access the support you need.


BNCN also works in partnership with Voluntary and community organisations, social enterprise and public authorities these include:

  • The Digbeth Trust
  • Neighbourhood Offices
  • Constituency Offices
  • Translation Services
  • Training providers
  • Team Work
  • Chamberlain Forum






Teamwork Refugee Youth is a strand of the Birmingham New Communities Network which deals exclusively with refugee, asylum seeker or immigrant aged 5- 25+ years. Our three principle aims are to:


  • Increase pride of young people’s own heritage
  • Uplift skills and gain confidence
  • Improve relationships with the people who matter in young people’s lives and their community.


The way we operate is to use art, the sharing of food, activities and residential trips to help individuals feel build friendships and integrate into their new community. We are always interested in helping and meeting new people, so if you are at all interested please don’t hesitate to get in touch   





Looking ahead...


BNCN seeks to continue this tradition of partnership and collaboration as it moves through the next phase of development from 2012 onwards.


We will seek to work with a number of agencies in the delivery of both our core advice services and social / personal support activities.