AMSSA’s B.C. Refugee Resource Network (BCRRN) is an initiative to strengthen community capacity to support resettled refugees and displaced Ukrainians through education, information dissemination, research and training.
The BCRRN is made possible through the Government of B.C.’s Refugee Readiness Fund. The Refugee Readiness Fund enabled the creation of regional Refugee Readiness Teams and a B.C. Refugee Resource Network to support the coordination of resources and information flow in response to the humanitarian crises in Afghanistan and Ukraine.
B.C. Refugee Resource Network Action Plan
The action plan for AMSSA’s BC Refugee Resource Network (BCRRN) initiative was developed through extensive consultations and connections with organizations and stakeholders responding to the needs of resettled refugees and displaced Ukrainians. To view the list of activities, click here.
We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia through the Ministry of Municipal Affairs.