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British Red Cross supporting lorry drivers stuck after Eurotunnel strikes

02 Jul 2015

We've been providing food and water to lorry drivers stuck on the M20.

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Support line launched for Britons after Tunisia attacks

30 Jun 2015

The British Red Cross has launched a support line to help those affected by the violent attack at a tourist resort in Tunisia.

Evaporating borders footage.

Journalist wins top award for great refugee reporting

19 Jun 2015

The filmmaker Iva Radivojevic has won a prestigious award for her piece on refugees – setting the bar high for future reporting on asylum.

Boy in a refugee camp in Guinea

Refugee numbers are highest since records began

19 Jun 2015

A UN report has revealed that more people are on the move than ever before, as major conflicts around the world continue to escalate.

People in Leer wait for a Red Cross airdrop

Watch: “We are living in the bush… nothing is okay”

17 Jun 2015

Hundreds of thousands of people in South Sudan face starvation unless urgent action is taken.

Kindness and Ayman meet up for Refugee Week

Top musicians team up with refugees on new album

15 Jun 2015

Some of the country’s most cutting-edge talent have signed up to make a concept album – based on the real-life stories of refugees and asylum seekers.

First aider Joe Mulligan with Prince Charles

Honorary gong for first aider Joe and volunteers

12 Jun 2015

Staff, volunteers and our resident first aid supremo, Joe Mulligan, have been recognised in the Queen's honours.

Woman in Nepal helps with earthquake recovery effort

Red Cross boss visits Nepal to help plan for earthquake recovery

09 Jun 2015

A key Red Cross conference is taking place in the capital Kathmandu.

Emergency response volunteers unloading equipment from vehicle

Red Cross helps migrants found locked in lorries in Essex

05 Jun 2015

Red Cross volunteers are helping 68 migrants found locked in lorries at a port in Essex.

An Red Cross employee walks through an Red Cross food warehouse in Leer, South Sudan

Desperate situation in South Sudan as Red Cross warehouse is looted

26 May 2015

Eating water lilies and coconuts to survive – families are in desperate need of help in South Sudan.

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