An overwhelming majority of young voters wants Britain to maintain its tradition of offering sanctuary for refugees
“The UK has a long tradition of providing sanctuary for those fleeing persecution...Refugee Week is an excellent opportunity to recognise this and the contribution that refugees ma…
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Refugee Week Scotland, British Red Cross and Scottish Refugee Council present this uplifting musical celebration of World Refugee Day and the rich and eclectic mix of cultures in S…
21 June: Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff. Performances, stalls, workshops, food tasters, storytelling and activities for all ages.
A full day of activities, workshops, poetry readings and live music at MAC Birmingham, 21 June
This June we dedicate Refugee Week to celebrating the positive contributions that refugee children & young people make (and will go on to make) in the UK.
Refugee Week 2014 plans in Greater Manchester from photographer Anna White and embroiderer Emily Hayes, working with refugees and asylum seekers in a variety of settings
Refugee Week is a unique opportunity to discover and celebrate the contributions of refugees to the UK.
David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg have shown their support for Refugee Week this year and are encouraging a greater culture of welcome for refugees in the UK.
Show support for Refugee Week by completing your “Simple Act of Welcome”
Our young ambassadors promoting a culture of welcome for refugees in the UK
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