“We do whatever it takes to get to a landmine before another child does,” reads the website of Manchester-based charity
Human Appeal interview: Syria, six years on… ’50 families an hour have been displaced since the start’
Now entering its seventh year, the Syrian crisis has caused ceaseless horror, loss and devastation.
City or United? Manchester theatre director says Calais refugees ‘just normal people in extreme circumstances’
Visiting a refugee camp may not be a weekend activity that immediately springs to mind but for a young Manchester-based theatre director it was an essential and rewarding trip.
A medical emergency response charity based at The University of Manchester has become the UK’s deployment lead to global humanitarian crises, receiving an £8million grant from the Government.
President Barack Obama is guilty of committing the ‘oldest war crime in the book’ by bombing a hospital in Kunduz, according to a leading Manchester conflict expert.
The media’s ‘obsession’ with ISIS has taken the focus away from Syria’s growing humanitarian crisis and more political action is needed, according to a Manchester-based community organisation.