We abbreviated to IPF was established in 1995 and has been based in Britain throughout this time, working with other countries in representing the political asylum seekers immigrants in their hour of need.
Mr Choudhry Mohammad Sarwar, who is a former member of British Parliament, took IPF under his wing and has ensured that the issues concerning the above-mentioned people have been looked into and resolved as quickly as possible. IPF has therefore been running activity since this time showing a dedicated involvement in resolving such issues not only in Britain but all over the world. IPF has always made good and faithful suggestions to the political issues which concern immigrants and generally to people who are affected by the changes in the immigration laws finding ways of ensuring that those that need to be protected by such laws receive adequate protection herein.
We would like to recall the live and strong issues of the struggle regarding the White List in which 14 countries were denied Asylum claims in the UK, despite migrants facing severe human rights violations. During this time, IPF worked in removing Pakistan and other countries from the white list successfully, thereby freeing many immigrants from the terrors they faced if they were made to stay in their country of origin in dangerous, fatal conditions.
We wish to continue to represent the immigrants in the UK whether they be under the student, spousal, visitor, asylum seeker, humanitarian protection or other immigrant category and to ensure that their individual issues regarding their immigration concerns are resolved to the best of our ability. We have to late begin a worldwide survey which looks into the live issues of the problems which such immigrants are facing on a day to day basis.
We as an established organisation wish to continue to bridge the gap between the issues of the immigrants and the protections which the governments provide to the immigrants and to bring to attention the flaws in the legislation. We hope in time that the rules and regulations in respect of the immigration laws will change to reflect the changing needs of the immigrants in the UK and all over the world.
Further IPF has contributed politically in ensuring that the immigration laws change to assist the immigrants in the UK. In late 99 Mike O’Brien who was the Immigration Minister at the time was assisted by IPF to ensure that the immigration rules were changed to protect the rights of the immigrants at large. The level of contribution made by IPF in changing these laws extended to 80% after various protests took place in and around London, closes the Parliament House to ensure that each immigrant who had resided in the UK for at least 7 years, and especially if they have dependent children in the UK are given leave to remain in the UK under protective legislation.
We wish for IPF to continue to form a bridge between the requirements of the immigrants and the legislation in the UK on a quick and successful basis thereby serving individuals in their hour of need. IPF want to achieve more goals for betterment political workers, immigrants, and real democracy in the world.
IPF WORLDWIDE to promote, support and develop a strong, effective and independent voluntary and community sector in Redbridge in order to improve the quality of life for individuals, groups and communities. This requires us to work actively towards combating the poverty and disadvantage that exclude or constrain the opportunities of many individuals, groups and communities from full participation in civil society. We recognise the richness and creatively of a diverse society. We are a committed to ensuring that no individuals, group or community is disadvantaged or excluded from playing an active part in society because of their race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, disability, sexuality, religion, age, class or geographical location.
We also recognise that inequalities exist based on the above factors and we will, therefore, activity work with individuals, groups are communities whose full participation in society is limited by economic, political and social advantage.
Our Policies and practices stem from the following set of values:
- We believe in equality of opportunity and social justice for all.
- We believe in the right of individuals to work collectively to participate in decision making and local action.
- We believe in the importance of building the capacity of local voluntary and community groups in order that they are democratic and accountable.
- We believe the voluntary and community sector must always be at the heart of community development and regeneration.
IPF WORLDWIDE is committed to delivering services within on honest, open and welcoming environment where all service users, partners, staff and funder safe treated with respect. In doing so we embrace,
- Equality and diversity
- Continues improvement