RAPAR (Refugee and Asylum Seeker Participatory Action Research) is a Manchester-based human rights organisation working with people, both locally and further afield, who are at risk of having their rights denied.
"We work with — and many of us are, or have been — displaced* people facing challenges relating to citizenship, housing, deportation, employment, education, personal safety and other problems. We enable people’s access to the services they need, and release their abilities to find effective solutions to challenges facing them.
"We also assist in the formation of community groups, and develop research projects and learning opportunities that advance the general body of knowledge about displaced people".
Address: 6 Mount Street, Manchester M2 5NS
T: 0161-834-8221 / 0044-161-834-8221