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Arab Advice Bureau

Working for the good of the community

Welcome to our new website.

 

The Arab Advice Bureau is here to assist you.

 

We are here to help vulnerable people of all backgrounds and to promote positive values within our communities.

 

This Website will help you to find out more about us and its Contact section will guide you on how to get in touch with us.

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Arab Advice Bureau is a charity which provides advice, advocacy and support through community based programmes to Arabic and North African communities. Our work includes immigration advice, welfare benefits and referrals to appropriate organisations.

 

Arab Advice Bureau is the only registered organisation with multilinguistic staff in North London who deals with the Arab community mainly. It is also a drop-in centre where clients are seen and listened to.

 

We provide advice, advocacy and support through community based programs to all our service users.

 

Thus, our objective is to provide assistance to the Community, either the Arab community is special, or the North African in general.

 

Our work includes advice in immigration with the help of very experienced well-reputed solicitors, welfare benefits advice and referrals to appropriate organizations.

 

AAB values diversity, promotes equality and challenges discrimination.

 

We can help, adivce and guide.

We value our work with the North African and Arabic communities, at the same level of our competences, which briefly focuses on:

 

· The client’s needs to be fulfilled as the service is client-focused

 

· Staff self-achievement and career improvement

 

· Volunteers and trainees self-esteem, career building and orientation

 

· Partners appraisal in order to strengthen the work for better community cohesion

AAB’s ideal is for a better neighbourhood in the Finsbury Park area together with total cohesion and Integration of the North African & Arabic communities into the UK society

· Provide advice, advocacy and support through community based programmes to Arabic and North African Communities.

 

· Help community members resolve issues by referring them to appropriate agencies and local authorities.

 

· Refer service users to appropriate employment agencies, drug abuse organisations etc

 

· Encourage service users to enrol for ESOL courses, apprentice courses and other training to become independent

 

· Provide the necessary information for the clients depending on their needs and tailored for their cases.

 

· Consult and liaise with community members regarding a better integration into the UK life of destitute people with language barriers .

 

· Actively promote race equality and equal opportunities to ensure that the policies and services are fair.

 

· Improve clients’ access to substance misuse treatment agencies and increase their awareness of the drugs danger to our communities.

 

· Provide clients with mental health issues with the appropriate help, referrals and support.

 

· Support service users while being homeless and destitute by referring them to shelters, homeless units and having the necessary follow-up.

 

· Empower clients with daily necessary information in order to bear their responsibilities and become independent.

We actively provide our service users with:

 

* Community Members' help in order to resolve their problems by referring them to the appropriate local authorities.

* Guidance to the adequate agencies

* The necessary information providers who help the community members, such as NHS, other charitiy organisations for minorites, job centres, and others

* Encouragement to enrol at ESOL courses, further education and illustration of learning advantages

* Consultancy and liasing with the community about service provision

* Equality race promotion to ensure equity and report any knid of unfairness

* An active contribution to the removal of entranched stereotypical views of particular North African immigrants and promoting social inclusion of the North African and Arab in general in the UK life

* Access improvement to substance misuse treatment agencies and increase in the awareness of the danger of drugs to the community

* Appropriate ways of communication and disseminating information collected through AAB work to increase understanding of the particular issues affecting the mental health and well being of particular Arab/North African Immigrants and other minority immigrant groups.

 

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