The All Party Parliamentary Group on Refugees recommends more support for asylum seekers - as we're doing with our Time Together project.
Shahin's powerful blog about the impact of our Talking Together project.
Mentoring has helped former soldier Robert live independently and find a new job.
We've been out and about in Birmingham to promote our volunteering projects in the West Midlands.
Our Chair Andrée steps down in July when her term of office comes to an end. She won't be easy to replace ...
Our new Time Together project gives volunteers the chance to dig beneath the stereotypes and find out about issues affecting refugees and asylum seekers.
Do we need yet another national debate about the role of volunteers?
We couldn't have done it without our incredible volunteers, committed staff and fantastic Trustees ...
We created an environment where people from different cultures were happy to sit next to each other, chat, and share food
Sarah tells of her first volunteer teaching experience on our Talking Together project
We're delighted that the review recognises the importance of learning English - but some of its findings make depressing reading.
Being able to speak English is making an incredible difference to these women's lives - and to the volunteers who are teaching them
There are particular challenges with mentoring the vulnerable people we work with, who may have a range of issues including dependence on alcohol and drugs, homelessness and mental health issues.