Posts Tagged “newspaper”

Myth busting the refugee crisis

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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 1. The crisis is over. Myth 2. We can neatly separate ‘refugees’ from ‘economic migrants’ Myth 3. Telling ‘human stories’ is enough to change…

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“harnessing the skills of refugee chefs, journalists and nurses”

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“harnessing the skills of refugee chefs, journalists and nurses”

Monday’s Guardian newspaper carries a report explaining that in post-Brexit referendum Britain, “while some see incomers as a threat and a drain, others recognise that many refugees come with skills, ambitions and ideas that should not be wasted”. Four examples of integration and employment are cited. One of the stories highlighted is a food project…

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Christian Aid invite you to Change the Story in word, in speech and through prayer

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Christian Aid invite you to Change the Story in word, in speech and through prayer

“The stories we hear and the stories we tell are important. They help us shape our thoughts, form our opinions and set the agenda.” Christian Aid have launched Change the Story to engage the UK public in writing, talking and praying about refugees. They explain the background to the campaign in their post on Medium….

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