Refugee and Migrant Forum of East London (RAMFEL)

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Service summary

Refugee and Migrant Forum of East London (RAMFEL) provides advice, support and advocacy services to asylum seekers, migrants, refugees and ethnic minority communities to enable them to make a positive contribution to their local community.

Originally established in 1992 as Redbridge Refugee Forum, in 2007 they changed their name to better reflect their work across London and also to develop new services for migrants. RAMFEL is highly regarded in the local community and is a not for profit organisation working towards eliminating discrimination.

RAMFEL serves all asylum seekers and refugees through casework provision and social activities. Services also include providing some development support to refugee organisations.

Further information

RAMFEL has a branch in Barking and Dagenham:

Ripple Centre
121-125 Ripple Road
IG11 7PB

Opening times

10am-1pm, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday
2pm-5pm, Tuesday
The page was last updated on 18 May 2015

Main address

Cardinal Heenan Centre
326 High Road

Main telephone

020 8478 4513

Organisation email