It's just 12 months since out hub of partners won £1m in funding from the Tampon Tax Fund (TTF) to pay for a diverse range of services to help BME Women and Girls across the UK.
The London Jobs Fair is a HUGE event, with 100's of employers advertising 1000's of opportunities.
Arhag is working in collaboration with Arhag housing to provide a service to help women navigate the ‘complexities of benefits’.
Today is the start of Children's Mental Health Week.
The 4th - 10th February 2019 is a week dedicated to Children's Mental Health, encouraging children, young people and adults to look after their bodies and their minds.
We are moving into a brand new space, with a whole host of new opportunities for our residents.
Arhag Housing Association, in partnership with 5 other organisations (Praxis, Migrants Rights Network, Doctors of the World, Olmec, and IKWRO) have successfuly secured £1 million funding from the Department of Digitial, Culutre, Media...
In May 2018 Arhag CEO Cedric Boston attended a Housing Diversity Conference, where he told the guests that the only true way to support Migrants and Refugees is to develop partnerships with specialist providers.
Our move to become the ‘go-to’ organisation for...
From January 2018, all residents should expect to receive calls from CallerZ. CallerZ will be carrying out estate and repairs satisfaction surveys to help us to involve residents more.
At Arhag Housing Association we are currently undergoing an exciting phase of our development.
The RISE into Employment programme, developed and delivered in partnership with Social Enterprise Olmec has been awarded the Best Training Programme award by 24Housing at the fifth annual 24Housing Awards in Cove
Our ground-breaking employment scheme, RISE, developed in partnership with BME-led Social Enterprise, Olmec, has proved so popular it has been extended to 14 other landlords in London.
We have begun a programme to train staff to give immigration advice as part of our expansion to provide greater services to the migrant community.
Cedric Boston, Chief Executive of London-based Arhag Housing Association shares how its tenants' employment scheme is helping people back to work.
For almost a quarter of a century there has been a steady growth in legal measures that restrict migrants’ access to housing. This has accelerated considerably in the past seven years.
The innovative RISE into Employment Programme wins award.
Housing needs to be a priority for all political parties in June’s election