Refugee and Asylum Participatory Action Research (RAPAR)

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About Refugee and Asylum Participatory Action Research

RAPAR (Refugee and Asylum Participatory Action Research) is a human rights organisation based in Manchester, UK, which is primarily concerned with displaced people, and issues relating to displaced people.

RAPAR was founded in Salford in 2001. Initial membership comprised academics, researchers, displaced people, 2nd/3rd generation migrants, and practitioners in the fields of community development and statutory services.

As a registered charity, RAPAR functions as an enabler with displaced people, a campaigning focal point, a community development facilitator and a participatory action research producer.


Twitter: @raparuk

Instagram: @rapar_uk