Web resources

The following list gives web addresses and some telephone members for a number of organisations, national and international. Some of these relate to self-help groups and others to sources of information. Site descriptions are often those provided by the site. The list is not intended to be a recommendation. There are also various organisations listed on the NHS website.

The Counselling Service would like to hear from you if you have used any of these sites or if you have problems accessing the site.

Please send your views to: counselling.studentservices@londonmet.ac.uk

Counselling Directory

Extensive search engine for Counselling, Psychotherapy professionals and other Mental Health Professionals in the UK 

Free Psychotherapy Network

Group of psychotherapists offering free and low-fee psychotherapy to people on low incomes.

 freepsychotherapynetwork@googlegroups.com

National Electronic Library For Mental Health (NHS)

The National electronic Library for Health Programme is working with NHS Libraries to develop a digital library for NHS staff, patients and the public.

Virtual Pamphlet Collection

The site contains a collection of very informative pamphlets on a variety of issues (from alcohol use to wellness) provided by University Counselling Services.

Rethink

Whether you have a mental illness yourself, or are caring for someone else who has; whether you are a healthcare professional, or you simply want to know for yourself - there are facts, information and advice on a wide range of subjects right here, at your fingertips.

The Gestalt Centre

Network of trainees and graduates offering low cost counselling and psychotherapy in the Gestalt model. Fees are negotiable. 62 Paul Street, London EC2A 4NA — Telephone: 020 7613 4480

Special Educational Needs & Disability Act

Acts of Parliament printed from this website are printed under the superintendence and authority of the Controller of HMSO being the Queen's Printer of Acts of Parliament.

Samaritans

Gives details about: local branches of Samaritans, how to make telephone and e.mail contact, frequently asked questions.

Self Help UK

A very comprehensive web site, which gives an alphabetical listing of problems (physical, emotional and social) with corresponding resources and organisations in the UK.

SANE

SANE aims to raise awareness and respect for people with mental illness and their families, to improve education and training, and secure better services; to initiate and fund research into the causes of serious mental illness; to provide information and emotional support to those experiencing mental health problems.

Young Minds

Young Minds is a national charity committed to improving the mental health of all children and young people. Sections deal with childhood,entering adulthood and parenthood.

MIND Booklet

The booklet is designed to help and support disabled people who need to use mental health services. There are many coping strategies that are effective for people at times, including friendship networks, religious or spiritual beliefs, exercise, diet and creative expression, but this booklet is about how to get help from more formal support services.

 

Alcohol Concern

Alcohol Concern is the national agency on alcohol misuse. The organisation works to reduce the incidence and costs of alcohol-related harm and to increase the range and quality of services available to people with alcohol-related problems. The site provides information and encourages debate on the wide range of public policy issues affected by alcohol; including public health, housing, children and families, crime and licensing.

Narcotics Anonymous

NA is a non-profit fellowship of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem.The organisation consists of recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. 
The only requirement for membership is the desire to stop using. The information on this site is provided for those who think they may have a drug problem, professionals working with addicts seeking recovery, for recovering addicts.

Drug & Alcohol Service For London (DASL)

The free and confidential services are primarily aimed at the local communities in East London but many of the services also go further afield. Anyone affected by a drinking problem can gain access to the broad range of services and programmes (counselling, detox, information, Bengali service). DASL has strong links with other social care organisation & professionals, statutory bodies and community groups.

Talk To Frank

Web site dealing with drug and nicotine addictions with A — Z listings and advice on kicking the habit.

Giving Up Smoking UK

An online resource offering advice, information and support for those who wish to stop smoking and stay stopped.

GamCare

Gamcare takes a non-judgemental approach on gamblingand works to develop strategies that will: improve the understanding of the social impact of gambling, promote a responsible approach to gambling, address the needs of those adversely affected by a gambling dependency.

Gamblers Anonymous

Gamblers Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who have joined together to do something about their own gambling problem and to help other compulsive gamblers do the same.

Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous

Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous, or SLAA, is a Twelve Step, Twelve Tradition oriented Fellowship based on the model pioneered by Alcoholics Anonymous. SLAA is open to anyone who knows or thinks they have a problem with sex addiction, love addiction, romantic obsession, co-dependent relationships, fantasy addiction and/or sexual, social and emotional anorexia. 

Doing Well

This is a site designed to help you assess your mood and to know what to do if you are depressed.

Manic Depression Fellowship

MDF is an organisation for people whose lives are affected by manic depression. Services include: self help groups, information and publications, employment advice, MDF Self Management Training Programme, Legal Advice Line.

Students Against Depression

This website has been developed with the help of student consultants who have been affected themselves by depression, low mood or suicidal thoughts. Although the site offers lots of information and resources for tackling depression, the real experiences of depression described by these students are the most important aspect of what this site has to offer.

Depression Alliance

Depression Alliance, recently merged with the charity 'Mind', works to relieve and to prevent this treatable condition by providing information, support and understanding. Depression Alliance also campaign to raise awareness amongst the general public about the realities of depression. The web site contains information about the symptoms of depression, treatments for depression, as well as research, Depression Alliance campaigns, press office, publications and local groups.

Fellowship Of Depressives Anonymous

FDA is a UK nationwide self-help organisation made up of individual members and groups which meet locally on a regular basis for mutual support.

No Panic

The web site aims to help people experiencing compulsive disorders, other related anxiety disorders, including tranquilliser withdrawal, and to provide support to sufferers and their families and or carers by the following means: telephone helpline, night-time crisis line, reading materials, recovery programmes etc.

The Association for Post-Natal Illness

The Association for Post-Natal Illness is the leading organisation in its field.It is a registered charity, established in 1979 to: provide support to mothers suffering from post-natal illness, increase public awareness of the illness, to encourage research into its cause and nature.

The SAD Association

The SAD Association is a voluntary organisation and registered charity, which informs the public and health professions about SAD and supports and advises sufferers of the illness. It produces a newsletter three times a year and other publications, holds meetings, has a network of contacts and local groups, a light box hire scheme and raises money for research into SAD.

 

 

AADD-UK

The main aims of AADD-UK are raising awareness of ADHD in adulthood, advancing the education of professionals and the public at a national and local level in the UK to ensure that all adults with ADHD regardless of age, health, ethnicity, socio-economic status, and religion have fair and equitable access to health, social, employment, and other services as needed, and to promote and support research in the field of adult ADHD.

 

Autism Independent UK

The organisation exists to increase awareness of autism, together with well established and newly developed approaches in the diagnosis, assessment, education and treatment. The main goal is to improve the quality of life for persons with Autism.

National Autistic Society

The National Autistic Society exists to champion the rights and interests of all people with autism and to ensure that they and their families receive quality services appropriate to their needs. This site includes information about autism and Asperger syndrome, and about support and services available in the UK.

 

CRUSE Bereavement Care

CRUSE Bereavement Care is a charity which offers free information and advice to anyone who has been affected by a death; provides support and counselling one to one and in groups; offers education, support, information and publications to anyone supporting bereaved people; increases public awareness of the needs of bereaved people through campaigning and information services.

 

BPD World

BPDWORLD information focuses on borderline personality disorder (BDP) but the site has a lot of information about other issues including: depression, self harm, schizophrenia, anxiety and more. There are forums, chat opportunities, peer support systems, live chat to volunteers, and a journal system.

 

Bully On-Line

This web site deals in particular with work-place bullying. The site aims to help a variety of people around bullying issues: employees being bullied, an employer dealing with bullying, a concerned family member, a union rep, counsellor, professional, researcher, journalist, etc.

 

Accused

Resources to support those who have: (a) been falsely accused of rape or another serious sexual offence, (b) been ‘framed’ by a malicious lie.

Naz Project London

Naz Project London provides sexual health and HIV prevention and support services to South Asian, Middle Eastern, North African, Horn of African and Latin American Communities. Naz aims to educate and empower communities to face up to the challenges of sexual health and the AIDS pandemic, and to mobilise the support networks that exist for people living with HIV/AIDS.

Kurdish Advice Centre

Advice and information for Kurdish and Turkish speaking refugees and asylum seekers. Advice on housing, employment, education, health. Classes in ESOL and mother tongue, music, dance, parenting skills. LearnDirect centre with computer training. Library, lunch/social club with TV, games and recreational activities. Support for elders with home and hospital visits, help with appointments. Youthwork.

Iraqi Community Association

Advice and information for the Iraqi and Arab communities. Advice on benefits, immigration and nationality, housing, employment and health. Range of cultural and social activities and mother tongue classes. Home visiting and outreach services for older Iraqi people offering welfare advice and practical help.

 

Birthmark Support Group

The Birthmark Support Group is a registered charity set up by parents of children with birthmarks. Its objective is to provide a UK based support group for anyone with a birthmark. The organisation aims to provide support and information to anyone of any age who has a birthmark and their relatives; to raise awareness amongst the medical profession and the public about birthmarks.

Changing Faces

Changing Faces works to enable people who have disfigurements to develop high self-esteem and self-confidence, have access to the very best health and social services and enjoy equal rights and opportunities throughout their lives.The Changing Faces website is for everyone - to inform, challenge and inspire - and ultimately change the way we all see disfigurement.

 

Women's aid

A charity dedicated to providing support and education to women and children who have been victims of domestic abuse. They also offer training to professionals and/or survivors who would like to engage in the effort to support others.

Jewish Women’s Aid

Run by Jewish women for Jewish women who have experienced or are experiencing domestic violence. Freephone helpline, with 24 hour answerphone outside of helpline hours. face to face individual counselling. Outreach support for women living in the community, offering advice and information on a range of issues, including housing, legal and welfare benefits. Kosher refuge.

Refuge

Refuge is committed to a world where domestic violence is not tolerated or ignored and where women and children can live in safety. Refuge's network of safe houses provides emergency accommodation for women and children when they are most in need. The web site also gives telephone helpline.

The Survivors Trust

The Survivors Trust (TST) is a national umbrella agency for over 135 specialist rape, sexual violence and childhood sexual abuse support organisations throughout the UK and Ireland. The aim of the Trust is to empower survivors or rape, sexual violence or childhood sexual abuse through supporting and improving effective responses to survivors. Member organisations provide a range of direct services to survivors including counselling, support, helplines and advocacy services for women, men and children.

 

b-eat

Charity offering help,  treatment and training on how to tackle eating disorders. Their services extend from helplines, message boards, counselling/psychotherapy to online and peer support groups.

National Centre for Eating Disorders

This site gives information and professional help on all aspects of eating disorders including Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder and related eating disorders.

Overeaters Anonymous

Overeaters Anonymous is a fellowship of individuals who are recovering from compulsive overeating. The organisation welcomes everyone who wants to stop eating compulsively. There are no dues or fees for members and the organisation is self-supporting through its own contributions. Its primary purpose is to abstain from compulsive overeating and to carry this message of recovery to those who still suffer.

The Obesity Awareness Solutions Trust

TOAST is a national charity dedicated to encouraging a better understanding of obesity, its causes and the practical solutions that are or should be available. The charity encourages informed debate and research into obesity, and seeks to stimulate action for its prevention and treatment. TOAST works closely with industry, academia, patient groups, the medical profession, consumers, local government and the weight loss industry.

 

Royal Association of Deaf People

RAD works with the Deaf community, deaf clubs, deaf individuals and the parents of deaf children. Most of their work is in London, the East of England and the Southeast of England. RAD is organised around the following services: Deaf Community Development; Employment; Families & Children; Youth; Information, Advice and Advocacy; Learning Disability; Mental Health: Sign Language Interpreting; Training.

 

Shelter

Shelter is working to ensure that everyone has a home. Shelter helps 100,000 people a year fight for their rights, get back on their feet, and find and keep a home.

National Homelessness Advice Service (NHAS)

The National Homelessness Advice Service (NHAS) seeks to prevent and alleviate homelessness and housing problems by enabling access to expert housing advice, information and advocacy. It is a partnership between Citizens Advice and Shelter that began in 1990 and is funded by the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister (ODPM).

 

Women's aid

A charity dedicated to providing support and education to women and children who have been victims of domestic abuse. They also offer training to professionals and/or survivors who would like to engage in the effort to support others.

Solace Women's Aid

Solace Women’s Aid exists to bring to an end the harm done through domestic and sexual violence to all survivors and in particular women and children. Their work is holistic and empowering, working alongside survivors to achieve independent lives free from abuse. The organisation provides advice, counselling, training and advocacy to victims and survivors in collaboration with statutory, voluntary and corporate agencies in the community and elsewhere.

Men’s Centre

Assists men in finding male positive resources, information, and support.It seeks to empower men to lead healthy, productive and fulfilling lives.It is a non-profit educational service of The Men's Resource Network, Inc (MRN)""MRN is a non-profit corporation created to educate and inform the public about men's issues.

Men for Change Network

The aim of the Men for Change Network is to help men get in touch with other men in order to join or form local groups and networks. The men listed below have agreed to act as local contacts. We would like to hear from men in areas not yet well served.

The Gender Trust

The Gender Trust is a listening ear, a caring support and an information centre for anyone with any question or problem concerning their gender identity, or whose loved one is struggling with gender identity issues. The Trust is also recognised as an authoritative centre for professional people who encounter gender identity related issues in the course of their work. In particular this group includes employers, human resource officers, health workers and information services.

Dads and Daughters

Dads and Daughters is the national advocacy non-profit for fathers and daughters.DADs inspires fathers to actively and deeply engage in the lives of their daughters and galvanizes fathers and others to transform the pervasive cultural messages that devalue girls and women.

Men's Health Network

Men's Health Network (MHN) is a non-profit educational organization made up of physicians, researchers, public health workers, individuals and other health professionals. MHN was founded in 1992 by a group of men's activists and writers interested in improving the health and well-being of men, boys and families.

Working Men Project

STD screening, medical treatments and medicines for men who sell sex. HIV testing, hepatitis A and B vaccinations. Safer sex advice and free condoms. Peer education, outreach and support project. Outreach work on the streets, at escort agencies and with men working from flats/home

Gendered Intelligence

Gendered Intelligence is a community interest company that looks to engage people in debates about gender. The organisation works predominantly within young people's settings and have educative aims. Wide use is made of the arts as a tool for sharing stories, platforming voices and building awareness around the ways in which heteronormativity regulates and restricts everyone.

 

The Association for Post-Natal Illness

The Association for Post-Natal Illness is the leading organisation in its field.It is a registered charity, established in 1979 to: provide support to mothers suffering from post-natal illness, increase public awareness of the illness, to encourage research into its cause and nature.

 

Health Promotion Hertfordshire

Health Promotion Hertfordshire is an information and resource service for NHS staff and other professionals working in Hertfordshire with an interest in promoting the health of the population of Hertfordshire. Topics include such areas as: alcohol, cancer, child care & development, domestic violence, drugs, ethnic health promotion, HIV and AIDS, life skills, men's health, mental health, older people, parenting, physical disability, pregnancy, sexual health, smoking, women's health.

Narcolepsy Association UK

UKAN (Narcolepsy Association UK) is a registered charity, an association of people with narcolepsy, their relatives and others interested in improving their lot. Its registered objects are the benefit, relief and aid of persons suffering from narcolepsy. Its aims are: to promote awareness of narcolepsy and to provide information; to support the establishment of local self-help groups; to press for the recognition of narcolepsy as a disability; to encourage research into the causes and treatment of narcolepsy; to co-operate with narcolepsy associations overseas to further these aims.

 

Refugee Therapy Centre

Provides psychotherapeutic help for children and families of recently arrived refugees who are having problems of adjustment.

Asylum Aid

Asylum Aid is an independent, national charity assisting refugees in the UK. The organisation helps the most vulnerable and disadvantaged people who are seeking asylum in the UK, by giving them free legal advice and representing them in their asylum application. Asylum Aid also combines advice work and policy work with campaigning for the fair treatment of refugees in Britain.

Refugee Action

Refugee Action is an independent national charity that enables refugees to build new lives in the UK. The organisation provides practical advice and assistance for newly arrived asylum seekers and long-term commitment to their settlement through community development work. Refugee Action works to create a society in which refugees are welcome, respected and safe, and in which they can achieve their full potential.

REDRESS

REDRESS is a human rights organisation that helps torture survivors obtain justice and reparation. REDRESS works with survivors to help restore their dignity and to make torturers accountable. The organisation seeks a variety of remedies, including restitution, compensation, rehabilitation, satisfaction and guarantees of non-repetition. REDRESS’ national and international programmes are aimed at ensuring that the rights of torture survivors, whoever they are, and wherever they are located, are realised in practice.

UNHCR

The protection of some 17 million uprooted people is the core mandate of UNHCR. The agency does this in several ways. Using the 1951 Geneva Refugee Convention as its major tool, it ensures the basic human rights of vulnerable persons and that refugees will not be returned involuntarily to a country where they face persecution. Longer term, the organization helps civilians repatriate to their homeland, integrate in countries of asylum or resettle in third countries. Using a world wide field network, it also seeks to provide at least a minimum of shelter, food, water and medical care in the immediate aftermath of any refugee exodus.

 

The Sexual Dysfunction Association

The Sexual Dysfunction Association is a charitable organisation helping those who experience impotence (erectile dysfunction) and their partners and to raise awareness of the condition amongst both the public and the medical profession.

Project For Advice Counselling & Education

Counselling and group work for lesbians and gay men on any issue. Counselling and workshops on sexual health. Mental health advocacy. Employment project. Youthwork and family therapy service. Training for statutory and voluntary agencies on HIV/AIDS and lesbian and gay awareness.

Terrence Higgins Trust Counselling

Terrence Higgins Trust Counselling offers these services: Individual and couple counselling for gay men and anyone affected by HIV/AIDS. Service for 16-25 year olds, support for African people, sexual health counselling for gay men. Counselling for gay men with relationship difficulties. Appointments are available throughout the week, including evenings. Counselling is offered at sites across London.

Stonewall

Stonewall was founded in 1989 with the aim of creating a professional lobbying group on behalf of lesbians, gay men and bisexuals and to put the case for equality on the mainstream political agenda by winning support within all the political parties. The web site provides information of a range of issues including criminal law, partnership, parenting, violence.

Pink Therapy Services

We are London's largest and most experienced private therapy practice working with sexual minority clients. As an organisation we aim to promote high quality therapy and training services for people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender. Our Associate Therapists all positively identify as lesbian, gay or bisexual.

Jewish AIDS Trust

The Jewish AIDS Trust aims to provide the Jewish community with education, counselling and support in connection with HIV infection and AIDS. The site contains a great deal of information and quizzes.

Beaumont Society

The Beaumont Society aims to expel this myth of transgendered people as sexual objects and is not available for making sexual liaisons! It claims to be the largest and longest established trans-gendered support group in the UK, with a developed support network which has been at the forefront of the transgender, transvestite , transsexual and cross dressing community for almost 40 years.

 

AEST - Abused, Empowered, Survive Thrive

Male survivors of childhood sexual abuse and male rape have until recently been the silent, unseen victims of sex crimes; often forgotten by the support services and legal system. In the last couple of years this has fortunately begun to slowly change.

Survivors

Survivors UK supports and provides resources for men who have experienced any form of sexual violence: ‘We aim to actively promote awareness of both the prevalence and effect of the sexual abuse and rape on boys and men. Survivors UK is based in Central London and provides information, support and counselling.

Survivors On The Net

A web site established for survivors of childhood abuse. Contains information and biographical material from people who have experienced abuse.

 

The Lesbian & Gay Christian Movement

The Lesbian & Gay Christian Movement web site is a National resource centre supporting lesbian and gay Christians.

Safra Project

The Safra Project is a resource project working on issues relating to lesbian, bisexual and/or transgender women who identify as Muslim religiously and/or culturally (Muslim LBT women). The Safra Project was set up in October 2001 by and for Muslim LBT women. The issues faced by Muslim LBT women, and the (combination of) prejudices based on sexual orientation, gender identity, gender, religion, race, culture and immigration status that they experience, are unique and currently insufficiently addressed.

Imaan

Imaan (formerly known as Al Fatiha) is a social support group for Muslim lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgender, those questioning their sexuality or gender identity and their family, friends and supporters. Also organises conferences and other events.

Jewish Gay & Lesbian Group

To provide an atmosphere of friendship and support for Jewish gays, lesbians, bisexuals and their partners. Organise social, religious and informative events for our members and their guests. To act as ambassadors between the gay world and the Jewish world, trying to dispel ignorance and prejudice.

Gay and Lesbian Vaishnava Association

This website is provided by the Gay and Lesbian Vaishnava Association, an international organization dedicated to the teachings of Lord Caitanya, the importance of all-inclusiveness within His mission, and the Vedic concept of a natural third gender. Its purpose is to educate Vaishnavas, Hindus and the public in general about the ‘third sex’ as described in Vedic literatures. In addition to this, GALVA wishes to provide a friendly and positive-oriented place where third-gender devotees and guests can associate together and utilize their time to learn more about Krsna consciousness and advance in spiritual life.

Gay & Lesbian Humanist Association

ALHA provides a voice for the many non-religious in the lesbian and gay community in the United Kingdom and elsewhere and promotes a rational humanist approach to homosexuality and to lesbian, gay and bisexual rights as human rights.

 

National Self-Harm Network

The National Self-Harm Network (UK based but available to everyone from any country) has been a survivor-led organisation since 1994. We're committed campaigners for the rights and understanding of people who self-harm. Our priority is to support survivors and people who self-harm. We also support the people it indirectly affects, like family and friends, they can discuss the issue and gain effective support in our forums.

Equilibrium

Equilibrium is a unique award winning user-led self-injury awareness organisation designed to help educate and support people who self-harm and their family and friends.

 

Narcolepsy Association UK

UKAN (Narcolepsy Association UK) is a registered charity, an association of people with narcolepsy, their relatives and others interested in improving their lot. Its registered objects are the benefit, relief and aid of persons suffering from narcolepsy. Its aims are: to promote awareness of narcolepsy and to provide information; to support the establishment of local self-help groups; to press for the recognition of narcolepsy as a disability; to encourage research into the causes and treatment of narcolepsy; to co-operate with narcolepsy associations overseas to further these aims.

 

Graduate Recruitment Bureau Student Advice

Graduate Recruitment Bureau (GRB) are a UK based graduate recruitment consultancy. On this page they provide advice on various challenges faced by students along the way, e.g. university debt and financial support, work experience, CV writing, working abroad etc.

Student Mental Health

A manual produced under a HEFCE funded project at Lancaster University, dedicated to the dissemination of good practice in supporting students with mental health difficulties.

Student Moneynet

Gives advice on financial matters and funding for further education. Covers such areas as: loans, savings insurance.

Student Debtline

Set up by the Consumer Credit Counselling Services, the line is for students worried about debt and money problems. Telephone: 0800 328 1813 (8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Monday to Friday)

PTSD

A leaflet provided by the Royal College of Psychiatrists, for anyone who has experienced a traumatic event or know some else who has. Deals with such issues as: the causes of PTSD, what it feels like, symptoms such as flashbacks and nightmares, exacerbating factors, psychological and physical explanations of PTSD, help and treatments.

David Baldwin’s Trauma Information Page

These Trauma Pages focus primarily on emotional trauma and traumatic stress, including PTSD (Post-traumatic Stress Disorder) and dissociation, whether following individual traumatic experience(s) or a large-scale disaster. The purpose of this award winning site is to provide information for clinicians and researchers in the traumatic-stress field. Specifically, my interests here include both clinical and research aspects of trauma responses and their resolution.

Medical Foundation For The Care of Victims of Torture

Founded in 1985, the Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture provides care and rehabilitation to survivors of torture and other forms of organised violence.

Survivors International

Survivors International is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing essential psychological and medical services to survivors of torture who have fled from around the world to the San Francisco Bay Area. SI aims to help survivors put the pieces back together by providing the support they need to re-establish healthy and productive lives after their experiences of torture.

The Victorian Foundation for Survivors of Torture

VFST was established in 1987 to meet the needs of people in Victoria who were tortured or traumatised in their countries of origin, in other countries, or while fleeing those countries. The Foundation is non-denominational, politically neutral and non-aligned. The Foundation provides direct care to survivors of torture and trauma in the form of counselling, advocacy, family support, group work, psycho-education, information sessions and complementary therapies. Though not British based, the site contains useful information.

UNHCR

The protection of some 17 million uprooted people is the core mandate of UNHCR. The agency does this in several ways. Using the 1951 Geneva Refugee Convention as its major tool, it ensures the basic human rights of vulnerable persons and that refugees will not be returned involuntarily to a country where they face persecution. Longer term, the organization helps civilians repatriate to their homeland, integrate in countries of asylum or resettle in third countries. Using a world wide field network, it also seeks to provide at least a minimum of shelter, food, water and medical care in the immediate aftermath of any refugee exodus.

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