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Norwich International Youth Project


Location: Youth group and English lessons take place in Norwich city centre.

Norwich International Youth Project is a charity which supports young asylum seekers and refugees in Norfolk, between the ages of 11 and 25. Established in 2002, they continue to welcome young people from across the world.

At the heart of Norwich International Youth Project is an inspiring group of young people. Their members come from countries across the globe, including Afghanistan, Albania, Cameroon, Chad, DRC, El Salvador, Eritrea, Gambia, Guinea Bissau, Hong Kong, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Morocco, Namibia, Nigeria, Pakistan, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Ukraine, Vietnam, Western Sahara, and Zimbabwe.

Youth Group

A weekly drop-in youth group takes place on Thursdays between 4pm and 7pm in central Norwich. It provides a safe place to meet friends, play games, learn new skills, listen to music and share a meal.

The team of staff and volunteers are available to listen and to provide support and guidance. We enjoy sports sessions, arts workshops and life skills sessions. To see what they’ve been up to recently, check out our Instagram or Facebook.


Website: Norwich International Youth Project (



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