How the Illegal Migration Bill affects vulnerable people
The Illegal Migration Bill has now passed and will become law. But what will it actually mean for people who have fled their home countries?READ MORE
Refugees and people seeking asylum: get the facts, not the myths
With so many conflicting reports, it's hard to picture life for an asylum seeker in the UK. We shed some light on the matter.
There are a lot of misconceptions about why men, women and children risk their lives to cross the Channel in the hopes of finding safety in the UK. Here are five facts about it
Hear from refugees and asylum seekers in their own words
By the VOICES network
Our award-winning podcast. 'We are VOICES, is produced by refugees and people seeking asylum. They share first-hand stories about life in the UK and of their experiences along the migration route.
"This is not a refugee story, it's a love story"
By Hamed Amiri
Hamed Amiri's life has been extraordinary, a Russian doll of stories spanning from his home in Wales to Afghanistan. Here, he describes his family's escape from Herat, which inspired a sell-out play.
Meet Ahmed, who is finding his feet in Glasgow after taking part in a British Red Cross programme for young refugees
One VOICES ambassador shares his experiences of working on The kind place: We are VOICES, and what the new podcast means to him
How we help refugees and people seeking asylum in the UK
Our refugee support programmes moved online to help keep young women connected
Karyna and her family's journey from Ukraine to the UK took six months. Here, she tells their story
The brothers reunited after five years apart
By British Red Cross
When Lemar and Karim were split up fleeing gunfire, they both feared the worst. Five years and one unforgettable phone call later, they were together again
Support for people caught up in trafficking
A safe house in Eastern Sudan is helping women process their trauma and move forward with their lives. This is Edana's story
Our history of helping refugees
Blacmange, cream cakes, peaches and tea? We gave evacuated children from home and abroad, the warmest of welcomes in 1944.
The partition of British India in 1947 triggered one of the largest population movements in history. This is how we responded.