Sona Translate Partner Organisations

Listed below are a number of (European based) organisations that we have partnered with to provide services and jobs to refugees.

Sona Circle, a refugee networking and recruitment app are the team behind Sona Translate. Partnering with experienced professionals in the translation services industry to create Sona Translate,  a socially responsible enterprise to deliver quality service while creating opportunities for refugees

From the team who developed Sona Translate and Sona Circle, Sona 100 aims to create 100 jobs for 100 refugees in 100 cities.

Manchester Refugee Support Network (MRSN) is a grass-roots organisation directly managed by refugee communities, based in Manchester.

Refugee Action help refugees who’ve survived some of the world’s worst regimes. They provide the basic support they need to live again with dignity.

Birmingham Skills for Enterprise and Employability Network, an initiative sponsored by the European Union’s European Regional Development Fund.

The Entrepreneurial Refugee Network (TERN) is a pioneering new social enterprise that supports and empowers refugees in the UK

ACH is a social enterprise specialising in the resettlement of refugees through labour market and social integration. 

UnLtd find, fund, and support social entrepreneurs to bring their ideas to life and build sustainable social ventures.

AMAKA is a non-profit organisation which aims to facilitate the organisation and operation of art workshops which appeal primarily to young people

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