Organisations which are facing a cut in council funding range from UNITE, the St Mary's Centre, the North of England Refugee Service and Tees Valley Arts to Families Talking, the Women's Support Network, Middlesbrough Voluntary Development Agency, Harbour, and the Citizen's Advice Bureau.
What does NERS stand for?
NERS stands for North of England Refugee Service (UK)
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We have 21 other meanings of NERS in our Acronym Attic
- National Electricity Registration Scheme (UK)
- National Emergency Response Structure
- National Emergency Response System (Canada)
- Neutral Earthing Resistor (electricity)
- New England Regional Symposium (Emergency Nurses Association)
- New England Rug Society (Boston, MA)
- New Enhancements Request System
- New Risk Stratification (cardiovascular medicine)
- North Atlantic European Routing Scheme
- North of England Rat Society (UK)
- Northeast Region Stranding Network (marine animal science)
- Northeast Resins and Silicones (Southington, CT)
- Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences
- Nurses Evaluation Rating Scale (psychiatric nursing)
- (European Fast Reactor Power Station)
- National Energy Regulator of South Africa
- North East Regional Science Association (est. 1970; Binghamton, NY)
- Nuclear European Reactor SA
- Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center (Bergen, Norway)
- National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center
Samples in periodicals archive:
These testimonies were collected by Martyn Hudson, a manager at the North of England Refugee Service, who commissioned the photography project.
Maria, 25, of Sunderland, impressed judges after they heard about her work with the North of England Refugee Service.
For 20 years the North of England Refugee Service has worked with charities, local authorities and other agencies tirelessly to help those in need.
Zaaroura, 54, now head of the North of England Refugee Service, was getting set to break the news to their nine-year-old daughter Daisy, who was in boarding school.
The aim is to raise the profile of refugee and asylum seeking issues and the work of the North of England Refugee Service.
The group which was started in 2006 by The Sage and the North of England Refugee Service takes young people from across a huge range of backgrounds and brings them together to sing, dance and act in its productions.
The North of England Refugee Service was established in 1989 and is a charitable organisation to promote the interests of asylum seekers and refugees who have arrived or have settled in the North East.