‘I was a stranger and you made me welcome’
EMBRACE is a group of Christians working together to promote positive responses to people seeking asylum, refugees, migrant workers and people from minority ethnic backgrounds in Northern Ireland.
Northern Ireland is becoming richer in its diversity of culture and ethnicity as it becomes home to an increasing number of people from other countries.
EMBRACE seeks to equip the church to fulfil its call to welcome our new neighbours, by providing information, training, materials and channels for practical help. In doing this we seek to build a community which welcomes and respects diversity.
On this site you will find information relating to the situation for people seeking asylum, refugees, migrant workers and people from resident minority ethnic backgrounds within Northern Ireland. There are also links to related sites.
Welcome Churches UK
We support the initiative from Welcome Churches UK to welcome Afghan refugees into the UK, including Northern Ireland. Visit the Welcome Churches website here to find out more about the work this organisation is doing, or to see how your church can join their network. Click on the link below to learn about the Afghan Welcome initiative.
We have taken reasonable measures to check the accuracy of the information on this site and trust that it is useful. However, it is intended as a general summary of information and should not take the place of written law or regulations.
The inclusion of links to organisations in any section is not an endorsement of these groups. We cannot take responsibility for information contained on other websites.