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Refugee facts and figures

Get the truth about refugees and asylum seekers - an issue that is often misreported - with our asylum facts and figures.

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All I left behind. All I will discover: an exhibition of art by young refugees

See art works by young refugees who were supported by the Red Cross. The art works speak about traumatic journeys, nostalgia for home and optimism, highlighting the strength and resilience of these young people.

boy traces boat in window

Red Cross marks Refugee Week with a host of events

19 Jun 2017

Along with a host of other organisations and communities up and down the country, Red Cross refugee services will be hosting and participating in a series of events for Refugee Week.

Modern slavery and trafficking

Incredibly, there are still slaves and trafficking victims all over the world – and the victims may require help from a range of Red Cross services.

Edna teaching volunteers and staff to eat okra

Open Arms

Bringing communities in Liverpool and Greater Manchester together

Children raising their hand during a Red Cross lesson

Key dates to help you plan your lessons

We've prepared a handy list of awareness days and events taking place during the term/s ahead, plus accompanying teaching resource ideas from the British Red Cross, to help you plan your lessons.

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Ending destitution

We are calling for changes to the asylum system to prevent people being left in desperate conditions without homes or jobs.

Rami from Syria plays the violin in a refugee camp in Europe surrounded by young men listening to the music

Ode to Joy: Syrian refugee's new single to support the Red Cross

05 May 2017

Music student Rami fled Syria with just his violin. Now his first album will help support us to reach others like him.

Marie needed our help to reunite with her family.

The ‘Dubs Amendment’ and the ‘Dublin Regulation’ explained

Two distinct laws offer a route to safety for child refugees in Europe. One of them is under threat.

Justin Welby in Derby

Archbishop visits Derby drop-in centre for Refugee Week

23 Jun 2016

The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby visited a British Red Cross drop-in centre for refugees on Wednesday.

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