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We've prepared a handy list of awareness days and events taking place during the term/s ahead, plus accompanying teaching resource ideas from the British Red Cross, to help you plan your lessons.
Get the truth about refugees and asylum seekers - an issue that is often misreported - with our asylum facts and figures.
We work with young asylum seekers and refugees aged 15 up to 25 years to support them as they move into adulthood.
We are calling for changes to the asylum system to prevent people being left in desperate conditions without homes or jobs.
The British Red Cross and the University of Cambridge have developed an educational pilot project for 14 – 19 year olds, which is designed to address all forms of extreme thinking and reduce conflict arising from polarised views.
19 Jun 2017
Along with a host of other organisations and communities up and down the country, Red Cross refugee services will be hosting and participating in a series of events for Refugee Week.
Incredibly, there are still slaves and trafficking victims all over the world – and the victims may require help from a range of Red Cross services.
Download or request a hard copy of our free guide to teaching resources and workshops from the British Red Cross.
Bringing communities in Liverpool and Greater Manchester together
05 May 2017
Music student Rami fled Syria with just his violin. Now his first album will help support us to reach others like him.
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