A year ago today, the first organization to provide free legal assistance and representation to asylum seekers in New Brunswick opened its doors to the public. 
It has been a wonderful year full of successes and rewarding experiences, giving hope and changing lives of a very vulnerable population. Joins us today to wish the New Brunswick Refugee Clinic a very HAPPY ANNIVERSARY NBRC and many more successful !

The New Brunswick Refugee Clinic is glad to participate in "Ride for Refuge 2017 '' event which will take place on September 30th,2017

Please joins us to defend and promote the rights of refugees and asylum seekers across Canada!

The New Brunswick Refugee Clinic (NBRC) (http://www.nbrc-crnb.ca/) is a charitable organization providing free legal aid services to refugee claimants who cannot afford the services of a private lawyer.

The NBRC is building a roster of lawyer-volunteers who are willing to provide pro-bono legal services in relation to:

  • meeting with clients to prepare refugee claims;
  • performing legal research;
  • drafting arguments and submissions for hearings before the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada;
  • providing representation to clients before the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada.

All volunteers are required to undergo an orientation and training session prior to being added to the volunteer roster. This training is provided free of charge by the NBRC. The next training session is scheduled for April 28, 2017 from 1:00-3:30 p.m.

If you are interested in this volunteer opportunity, please forward your CV to the attention of Akram Ben Salah at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

If you require further information please contact Akram Ben Salah at 506-204-5781 or Josie Marks at 506-383-2304.

Fundraising Coordinator

New Brunswick Refugee Clinic – Clinique de Réfugiés du Nouveau-Brunswick

Flexible work schedule, Learning environment.

Purpose of Job

Ensuring that all available opportunities for raising funds for the New Brunswick Refugee Clinic are successfully explored and then maintained, contributing to the financial viability and overall sustainability of the organisation. Assist with various fundraisers and other work required by the Clinic.

Principal Duties

  • To develop and implement a fundraising plan for the organisation along with the fundraising committee which will achieve the goals for sustainable funding, the development of projects, and delivery of core operations;
  • To work in partnership with the development committee and the Board of the NBRC and the executive director, to achieve the organisation’s aims and ensure stability and longevity is in place for it and its members;
  • To identify and develop suitable fundraising opportunities, new projects and funds;
  • To cultivate and nurture successful and productive relationships with current and potential corporate/foundation sponsors and individual donors;
  • To accurately monitor fundraising progress and produce quality reports for internal and external parties if required;
  • To write compelling grant proposals and bids to corporate, foundation and government funders;
  • To expand the NBRC network through the development of new and beneficial relationships;
  • To contribute to promotional articles and publications to raise awareness of the work and legal education and the organisation’s aims;
  • To contribute to the organisation’s communication strategy (in relation to fundraising) as required;
  • To attend and participate in necessary meetings (fundraising committee, board, etc)
  • To maintain organized and efficient records of all activities and contacts;

Skills, Experience & Personal Qualities

  • An interest in working to strengthen the services to refugee claimants in the only organization of its kind in New Brunswick;
  • An understanding and willingness to learn more about this sector which is growing worldly every day and its impact and benefits to New Brunswick;
  • A network of contacts and potential funders to bring to the organisation would be an asset;
  • Experience of organising and contributing to fundraising initiatives;
  • Proven relationship building skills, with the ability to engender trust and loyalty from involved parties;
  • Great report writing skills;
  • An understanding of budgets;
  • Excellent communication skills – both written and verbal;
  • A demonstrated high level of drive whether working as an individual or as part of a team;
  • Bilingualism is an asset.

 

We offer

  • A full-time contract for 1 year with possibility for renewal;
  • Potential increasing responsibilities; being part of a multicultural and dynamic team;
  • A varying job content, flexible working environment;
  • Gain experience in a field that is very popular and gets worldly attention for its importance
  • Negotiable 30 hours a week

 

Apply

  • Send your CV and motivation letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. mentioning the job title.
  • Please note that only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted;

THE NEW BRUNSWICK REFUGEE CLINIC RESPONDS TO TRUMP EXECUTIVE ORDERS, DEMANDS AN IMMEDIATE REVOCATION OF THE SAFE THIRD COUNTRY AGREEMENT, AND CALLS FOR AN INCREASE IN REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT TO CANADA

Following President Trump’s Executive Orders on immigration, the New Brunswick Refugee Clinic is deeply concerned about the fate of the thousands of refugees who were in the process of being resettled to the USA.

 

The United States latest measures violate the Geneva Convention and are discriminatory towards refugees and immigrants of Muslim faith or background.

 

The New Brunswick Refugee Clinic joins other social justice, immigrant and refugee advocates to urge the Federal Government, Mr. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, Ahmed Hussen to immediately revoke the Safe Third Country Agreement which precludes those in the USA from making a refugee claim at a Canadian border. 

 

We also ask the Canadian government to offer to resettle refugees who were in the process of being resettled in the USA, but who are denied entry following these orders, and to increase Canada’s refugee resettlement targets for 2017 to address the continued global refugee crisis. 

 

The New Brunswick Refugee Clinic’s mandate is to provide free bilingual legal services to refugee claimants and persons making humanitarian-based immigration applications in New Brunswick who cannot afford a private lawyer. We believe that all people in need of protection should have access to legal services and to a safe haven.

 

For media inquiries please contact:

Akram Ben Salah, Executive Director

(506) 204-5781

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506-204-5781

info@nbrc-crnb.ca

Fax: (506) 204-6117

Address

349 St George
327 St George Street, Suite 204
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Moncton, New Brunswick
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E1C 1W8

Hours

Monday - Friday
Monday - Friday
9-5
9:00am - 5:00pm
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