Helping Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Immigrants to Integrate into The Community

The ACCR works to alleviate and improve ill-health and economic deprivation, remove the barriers to social, educational and vocational achievement, and combat the disadvantages, discrimination, unemployment, hardship and distress of African individuals and Communities.

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ACCR celebrates the life of a great humanitarian and a great African

Today we are celebrating the life of Nelson “Mandiba” Mandela who has now passed from this world and is at peace after a life of noble sacrifice on behalf of his people and the world’s people.

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The Kushinga Project

Supporting African informal carers to integrate into Birmingham carer’s community.

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The Biggest Challenge

In a frank, honest and considered article, ACCR Chair Mr Mohammed Al-Rahim talks candidly and compassionately about immigration and British society in the modern world.

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Into Africa

The ACCR is undertaking an international expansion involving a partnership with the Governments of the Democratic Republic of Congo and The Sudan. They, The ACCR and Freshwinds are working together to help in the post-conflict rehabilitation of their nations.

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We require the help of Volunteers with a huge range of tasks, including administration, maintaining this website(!), marketing, researching the local African-Caribbean community, fundraising, translation and mentoring Clients. We are committed to the support and further development of our Volunteers.

Fundrasing & Donations

The ACCR relies on individual donations, grant-giving bodies and donations from Companies and Businesses to maintain its services. Any donations you can make are greatly appreciated and used responsibly to maintain and further develop our services.

If you wish to make a donation to ACCR you can write a check made out to ACCR and send it to:

The ACCR, Prospect Hall,
12 College Walk,
Selly Oak,
B29 6LE T

What We Do

  • Carers Support and Grants
  • Community Development
  • Health Promotion
  • Employment and Training

Access to advice
and support with:

  • Immigration advice
  • Welfare Rights
  • Debt
  • Housing