The Schools of Sanctuary team, at City of Sanctuary UK, have worked with us to create a Schools Activity Pack. This pack will help schools learn more about the Together with Refugees campaign (see campaign pack here). It will help teachers to get their classes involved to show support of refugees and people seeking sanctuary. […]
Response to the Afghanistan crisis and UK government resettlement programme from Asylum Matters, Freedom from Torture, Refugee Action, the Refugee Council and Scottish Refugee Council Overview Many Afghans now face profound dangers to their lives, human rights, and ability to live in freedom and dignity. The UK’s response to the crisis must be compassionate, comprehensive
“When I left Eritrea. I didn’t know if I was going to live or die. I just knew I had to get out. I didn’t have any option about where I went – I just found myself here.” Mariam, whose name has been changed, is a clinical support worker on a Covid-19 ward in Leeds.
Media Release: Women and children abandoned by proposed refugee rules, reveals new campaign coalition
1 June 2021 Two in every three women and children that the UK would accept as refugees now, would be turned away in future under proposed new government rules (1), reveal new figures released today (1 June 2021). The findings, which also show that women and children make up half of people currently accepted as
Together With Refugees today reveals that a shocking two in every three women and children that the UK would accept as refugees now, would be turned away in future under proposed new government rules. This is despite the government’s own statement on the launch of these proposals that: “We should ask ourselves, where are the