Northern Refugee Centre Archive 

The Northern Refugee Centre.  The Northern Refugee Centre was established during 1983 and is now based in Sheffield. The Archive contains a range of published and unpublished materials including reports, conference papers publications, grey literature and press cuttings.

In January 2007, we were very please to accept the donation of the Northern Refugee Centre Archive collection to our archival collections here at UEL. The Northern Refugee Centre, or NRC for short, was established during 1983 and is now based in Sheffield. The NRC is a registered charity supporting the integration of refugees and asylum seekers. In addition, the NRC exists to promote the welfare of all refugees and asylum seekers within the Yorkshire and Humber region.

We were very pleased to reach an agreement whereby we could develop and maintain the NRC Archive as part of our commitment to developing a significant resource for the study of forced migration and the refugee. The collection is now available to browse on the shelves of the Archive room but will need to be re-catalogued in due course.

Online descriptions for this archive can be found on both the AIM25 and Archives Hub websites along with descriptions of all our archival collections held at UEL.