• 18 Jun 2018
    Refugee Week in Northern Ireland (18-24 June 2018)

    Refugee Week has been celebrated across the UK annually for 20 years. Libraries across Northern Ireland along with other venues are hosting events during Refugee Week. Monday 18 June The Belfast ...

  • 17 Jun 2018
    Refugee Week 2018 in Wales (18-24 June)

    Refugee Week has been celebrated across the UK annually for 20 years. The Welsh Refugee Council’s focus this year is celebrating sanctuary: the people who find sanctuary in Wales, as well as the ...

  • 11 Jun 2018
    Rescue vessel #Aquarius refused permission to dock in Italy (updated)

    A ship carrying 629 people rescued from the Mediterranean has been refused permission to dock in an Italian port. The BBC report: A rescue vessel carrying 629 migrants is stranded in the ...

  • 05 Jun 2018
    Myth busting the refugee crisis

    Writing in Tuesday’s Guardian newspaper, Daniel Trilling busts five myths about the refugee crisis in a long read that deconstructs some of the beliefs that shape policy and public opinion. Myth ...

  • 01 Jun 2018
    United Against Racism study materials

    The ACT Now! Unite to End Racism campaign has published a book to help individuals, small groups and congregations to confront racism within their own lives and the lives of their churches. The ...

  • 30 May 2018
    Becoming Human Together theological reflection published

    A new theological reflection on migration – Becoming Human Together – has been published [PDF] by Christian Aid Scotland and Scottish Faiths Action for Refugees. The resource explores how ...

  • 16 May 2018
    Responding to the hostile environment policy

    CTBI’s Churches’ Refugee Network met last week and among a number of other topics, the attendees discussed the UK government’s ‘hostile environment’ policy and the recent U-turn on the ...

  • 14 May 2018
    Could your church or group screen The Peace Between?

    The Peace Between is a short film that features three friendships between a European and an asylum seeker or refugee. It’s a film about people and friendship rather than politics and it has been ...

  • 09 May 2018
    Martin Kettle: Don’t you love illegal immigrants?

    Revd Martin Kettle is a policy advisor to the Church of England. Writing in a personal capacity, he recently penned a guest post titled ‘Don’t you love illegal immigrants?’ about othering, ...

  • 01 May 2018
    Increased numbers of refugees arriving at Greek land borders and islands

    The Greek Reporter news agency reports that the Greek Government’s Minister for Migration has expressed “deep concern” over the increasing trend of refugee and migrant flows to the country in ...

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