Supporting refugees and displaced people on the move in Europe, with access to legal info, support, phone charge and Wifi

Our mission is to assist refugees and displaced people in having access to the rights that people with European passports take for granted.

NORTHERN FRANCE.

Despite the ‘Calais Jungle’ being destroyed in November 2016, displaced people continue to come to Northern France. Only now, they are forced into temporary shelter wherever they can, often in forests and industrial parks in the area. Many of the people here are trapped in a state of limbo.

In Northern France today we have a small, dedicated team of volunteers, who provide workshops, internet connection and phone charging, and produce and distribute information.

GREECE.

Most displaced people in Greece are stuck in a state of limbo, trapped in a notoriously slow asylum procedure and legally unable to move off the Greek islands camps.

In Greece, Refugee Info Bus are based in Athens and produce multilingual legal information videos which provide clear and accessible explanations of the complex asylum system. 

In collaboration with several former leaders of the IRC’s Refugee.Info Greece project, we have been working over the past couple of months to set up the Information Justice Project (IJP).

Read our concept note

Donate to Our Greece Project

Refugee Info Bus annual reports:

2016-2017 Annual Report 

2018-2019 Annual Report

GET INVOLVED

Get in touch: 
mail@refugeeinfobus or 
+44 7402402798

 

ON THE GROUND VOLUNTEERING

Our team in Northern France is made up of dedicated, long-term volunteers. Volunteers need to be able to resilient to an ever-changing, nuanced environment. Day to day work is varied but can include research and production of information, contributing to and facilitating workshops, and providing, wifi, phone and information services in the field.

We particularly are interested if you can offer help with fundraising, recruiting, website design, graphic design, visual content, expertise and experience in asylum law, and language skills (particularly those who speak French, Arabic, Amharic, Oromo, Pashto, Farsi, Dari, Sorani-Kurdish and Tigrinya).

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Remote Volunteering

REMOTE VOLUNTEERING

It is not always possible for people to volunteer in Northern France, but if you have other skills we would still love to hear from you. We particularly are interested if you can offer help with fundraising, recruiting, website design, graphic design, visual content, expertise and experience in asylum law, and language skills (particularly those who speak Arabic, Amharic, Oromo, Pashto, Farsi, Dari, Sorani-Kurdish and Tigrinya).

Support Us

Your donation will help fund Refugee Info Bus’ continued work to protect and support the right of displaced people to access information.


Supporters from around the world, like you, make the Refugee Info Bus’s work possible. At a time when factual information and communication is critical, your support is essential in enabling Refugee Info Bus’s work to continue.

Father O’Mahony Memorial Trust
The Morel Charitable Trust
The Calpe Trust
The Leach Fourteenth Trust
The Souter Charitable Trust
The Mirianog Trust
Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics
The Donald Forrester Charitable Trust
The Persula Foundation
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The Just Trust
The Souter Charitable Trust
The Ashworth Charitable Trust
The Edith M Ellis 1985 Charitable Trust
UAidRefugees
European Cultural Foundation
Help Refugees
The Farthing Trust
The A B Charitable Trust
The John and Susan Bowers Foundation