Every Refugee Matters

We want to see a more compassionate way to support refugees. Stand with us.

When terms like refugee and asylum seeker are stripped away, we’re left with who someone really is: a person with hopes and dreams, just like you or me.

As people from Ukraine, and around the world, are forced to flee their homes, there has never been a more important time to show your support for people in search of safety.

This Refugee Week, join us and stand up to say: we need a kinder and more compassionate way to support refugees.

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Our policy calls

The government is overhauling the asylum system. And as they do, we urge them to create a fairer and more effective approach to how we treat people seeking refuge in the UK.

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Our CEO reacts to the Nationality and Borders Bill

We believe a person’s need for protection and, therefore, their ability to claim asylum should be judged on the dangers they have faced and not on how they enter the UK..

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Understanding what's happening in the asylum system

Members of the VOICES network stand outside Parliament holding 'Every Refugee Matters' signs

The UK public is in favour of welcoming refugees – let’s not make people’s journeys to safety even harder

New British Red Cross research reveals an outpouring of solidarity in a crucial week for asylum reforms

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“Nothing is as painful as being separated from your family”

How one father of three was reunited with his family after three long years apart

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Every refugee matters: how to teach young people about migration

Teaching young people to empathise with refugees can build a better world. Here’s how to start

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'We are VOICES' - listen to our award-winning podcast

The Red Cross is calling for a more compassionate way to treat refugees and people seeking asylum. Hear why this matters from 12 experts by experience: the refugees and asylum seekers who tell their stories through our podcast series. 

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