United for Change is appealing to the people of Manchester to support asylum seekers ahead of next week’s UN summit.
New research conducted by the University of Manchester has revealed that asylum accommodation is reviewed based on profit, and not the wellbeing of the occupants.
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.
‘It’s very frustrating’: French PM’s claim that migration is ‘great risk’ to EU slammed by Manchester refugee charity
The French Prime Minister’s comments saying that migration poses a ‘great risk’ to the EU have been described as ‘frustrating’ by a Manchester charity.
‘They killed my brother and wanted me too’: Manchester refugee who fled Syria for defying ISIS ‘misses home’
Tucked away in unit seven of Longsight Business Park is non-profit organisation Rethink Rebuild.
In the wake of presidential candidate Donald Trump’s comments regarding the banning of Muslims from entering the USA, the issue of how refugees and Muslims are portrayed in the media is more pressing than ever.
The Government must allow migrants in the infamous ‘Jungle’ Calais camp to enter the UK, a Manchester-based Human Rights organisation has said.
The escalating refugee crisis will be portrayed as a film by a Chorlton director next year and filming is well underway.
Oldham charity volunteer pleads for help as 70 Syrians are denied burial in Lesbos.
A North West MEP has ‘deplored’ the UK government’s inaction to take a ‘compassionate’ European approach to the ongoing refugee crisis, after EU government ministers agree on a disputed relocation plan.
Syrian refugees talk of their ‘dangerous journey’ to the UK, ‘blessed refuge in Manchester’ and thoughts on UK migration policy, as they feature in a new documentary showing the lives of Syrian refugee families living in the city.