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Refugee facts and figures

Get the truth about refugees and asylum seekers - an issue that is often misreported - with our asylum facts and figures.

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Support for young refugees

We work with young asylum seekers and refugees aged 15 up to 25 years to support them as they move into adulthood.

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International family tracing

Do you have missing loved ones? We are part of a global network that traces missing family and reconnects them.

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International family tracing

Do you have missing loved ones? We are part of a global network that traces missing family and reconnects them in times of need.

Woman holding two children

International family tracing in Montserrat

Do you have missing family or friends? We are part of a global network that traces missing people and puts them back in touch with their loved ones.

Amuun Mohamoud and her children

Amuun’s story: overjoyed to find my mother alive

After fleeing Kenya, Amuun Mohamoud lost contact with her mother and thought she’d died – until we put them back in touch.

Marie needed our help to reunite with her family.

Other organisations that could help find missing family

There are several organisations that can help you find someone in the UK or overseas.

A child holds a toddler in a muddy refugee camp

Red tape leaves refugee children stranded in Calais Jungle

07 Oct 2016

Red tape leaves refugee children stranded in Calais ‘Jungle’ according to a British Red Cross report released today

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How we support refugees

Fleeing your home and arriving in a new country can be traumatic. We offer support for vulnerable refugees and asylum seekers in the UK.

Ibrahim is reunited with his wife and three children at Manchester airport

Most Brits think their child could not face life alone aged 18 – the age refugee children are barred from reuniting with their family in the UK

24 Aug 2016

Just 11 per cent of British adults believe their child would be ready to face life alone at 18

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