Right now across Wales, refugees from Syria are attempting to settle in to their new communities. It is something that we should all be proud of that all 22 of our councils have responded to house people fleeing the civil war.
Yet for refugees and asylum-seekers living in Wales, sadly our welcome has not always been as hospitable as it could have been. From poor standards in initial accommodation, to ensuring translation support in key public services, and helping people use public transport there are times where we could have done a better job.
That's why we were delighted when a National Assembly Committee decided to look at these concerns and determine what more could be done in Wales to help those who have fled violence, conflict or persecution and found themselves here in Wales.
That report has been published, you can read it here
, and it's vital that the Welsh Government accepts its recommendations. Can you help make sure that happens by tweeting your Assembly Members and asking them to back the report?
Step 1 Find your Assembly Member in one of the categories below. If you don't know who they are, you can look them up here.
Step 2 Click on the icon to tweet our message directly at them.
Step 3 Wait and see if they respond. If they do, let us know!