A giant Syrian refugee puppet found her home on return to Manchester last night in a visual event hosted at
Vast swathes of protesters have gathered in St Peter’s Square, condemning the horrific treatment of refugees inside Libyan detention centres,
Ten years ago, a group of friends living in Manchester set the groundwork for a charity that would one day
A national charity set up a COVID Emergency fund in March this year to support 18-28-year-olds who are asylum seekers
Music collective All Hands on Deck will host a 12-hour DJ set to raise funds for Manchester’s refugee and migrant
A campaign to donate unwanted winter coats has been launched by Care4Calais, a charity working with refugees in France and
Up to seven thousand people have arrived on UK shores this year seeking asylum, according to the latest UNHCR figures.
‘Tears still well up when I say goodbye’: Mancunian sisters relive ‘Voyage of the Damned’ on Holocaust Memorial Day
Sisters Gisela Feldman and Sonja Sternberg were teenagers when they fled Nazi Germany on the SS St.Louis destined for Cuba, but were denied entry and forced back to Europe. Now aged 96 and 93, they share their story which led them to the UK, what it means to be recognised in the 2020 New Year’s Honours List, and why they have dedicated their lives to educate others about the Holocaust.
Last night Muslims from Bosnia, Syria and East Turkestan shared poignant stories of their journeys as refugees and how their lives were transformed by political repression and war.
As with most important issues at the moment, the settlement of refugees in the UK is being overshadowed by Brexit.
From Sudan to Manchester via the Nile… MM discuss life in the North (and queuing for buses) with Bolton refugee
It’s been two decades since Sudanese political activist Yagoub Matar, 49, first became a refugee when escaping the clutches of the one-party, oppressive state of Sudan.