The majority of members of the London RCO Advocacy Forum are London-based refugee-led community organisations willing to work together to reduce the reliance on mediation through bigger charities and engage directly with those in positions of power in London. Membership is also open to other small and middle-size refugee-supporting charities based in London.

Action for Community Development (AfCD) is a community-based organisation assisting socially excluded members of the community such as ethnic minorities, refugees and asylum seekers, and unemployed people.

Working towards a positive change in the quality of life for the Afghan community in London.

Free information, advice and support to disadvantaged Chinese people living in the United Kingdom.

Working for community well-being and social inclusion.

The Community Legal Centre (CLC) has been set up to provide free legal advice and representation service, giving support and counselling to under represented and deprived individuals from all walks of life.

The Council of Somali Organisations works directly with Somali led community organisations across the UK. They provide infrastructure support and a platform to address issues facing the Somali community in the UK.

SECCA are a user led organisation, dedicated to supporting local people. They offer a range of holistic services which support over 6,000 people every year - in all different areas of their lives.

The relief of poverty among refugees, asylum seekers, and their dependents, particularly Congolese women living in Greater London.

A non-profit organisation set up in 2004 by the East African community in West London.

The Iranian Assocation provides tailored services for adults, young and older people dealing with over 20,000 requests annually for information/advice on a wide range of issues such as education, citizenship, health, welfare, immigration, culture and arts & crafts.

Islington Refugee Forum is a refugee-led, independent organisation, created to act as a common voice for refugees, to improve their quality of life and support their integration into the community.

The Kimbanguist Hope of the World is a registered charity that provides information and services to the Kimbanguist Community in London.

A registered charity whose mission is to assist Kongolese and other black and ethnic minority groups in London to fulfil their potential and play an active role in the Society.

KAYAV provides integration, through education and training for young people and their families from Kosovar Albanian heritage and living in London.

Working towards a better community.

Lewisham Multilingual Advice Service offers free and impartialĀ advice, assistance and advocacy in different languages. Their main languages are Albanian, Arabic, Bengali, French, Italian, Kurdish, Portuguese, Spanish, Somali, Turkish, Polish & Vietnamese.

MEWSo supports Middle Eastern, North African and Asian women in London to rebuild their lives.

Mother & Child Welfare Organisation (MACWO) is a London based charity set up to provide support for vulnerable mothers and young people across our capital. Their work is centred on delivering direct community-level support, to the people who need it most.

ReConnect is a London based charity that provide one-to-one guidance, signposting and support to Refugees into higher education.

We help refugees and asylum-seekers to find homes, work, and a future in Kingston. Because, wherever we come from, we all want the same thing: to play our part in a thriving community.

SHP is a health organization set up to promote health, prevent major chronic diseases and level health inequality among Black Africans, primarily for French Speaking Community, of all ages and genders, through raising awareness, giving advice and information, educating people, and campaigns.

South London Tamil Welfare Group (SLTWG) is a registered charity, supporting Tamil refugees by providing Advice and Services relating to their immigration, welfare benefits, housing, education, employment and training needs.

Working for Social Inclusion Amongst People of African Descent in the UK.

Work, training, apprenticeships and welfare services to those in need in London

WHEAT MST provides one to one mentoring/befriending support to refugees, asylum seekers, migrants and other vulnerable adults with different needs.