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Refugee support

How we support refugees

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We give vulnerable refugees and asylum seekers practical and emotional support in the UK.

Read about our services for refugees >

Other organisations that can help refugees

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Many other organisations in the UK can also help vulnerable refugees and asylum seekers.

More about other organisations >

Learning about refugees in the classroom

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We visit schools across the UK to give classes the facts on refugee and asylum seeker issues.

Find out what we teach >

Could you help an asylum seeker or refugee to access health, social, education and legal services, and adjust to life in the UK?

Get the truth about refugees and asylum seekers, subjects that are often misreported, from our guide separating fact from fiction.

If families get separated after conflict, disaster or migration, we trace missing relatives and put them back in touch – wherever they are.

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Putting families back in touch

People we’ve helped

Therese had to flee the Ivory Coast and leave her children behind – until the Red Cross helped reunite them.

When Ahmad had to leave Iran, the Red Cross helped him get settled in the UK.