For people who are seeking asylum in the UK, Life Skills courses are designed and delivered by peer educators who have themselves experienced the asylum process, as well as the ups-and-downs of adjusting to life in a new country.
The VOICES Network, supported by the British Red Cross, is a nationwide association of people with refugee backgrounds providing a platform on which to share the challenges they face, and raise those issues to decision makers.
Kızılay Community Centre in Şanlıurfa brought refugee children with hearing impairments together with students of the School for Impaired Children in a four-week social cohesion workshop carried out between March-April 2019.
By Ece Ceren Dogar, IFRC “The world is beautiful!” says Muhsine to Abdullah, her friend from Syria whom she calls her little brother. The two are deep in concentration, covering their paper with green and blue paint. Later, they have more fun painting …
By Gurvinder Singh & Debbie Busler While performers recite famous lines from William Shakespeare on the Globe theatre’s main stage, a few yards away is a room where Abye and other young migrants and refugees from Africa, the Middle East and Asia ar …
The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies has a longstanding history of working with people on the move. Our member National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies provide support to people migrating, including refugees and asy …
As a child, Rahim dreamed of being a martial arts fighter like his idol Chuck Norris. Although he never got to practice martial arts, Rahim did grow up to be a fighter, who inspires those around him every day.
More than 150 Red Cross Red Crescent delegates from 23 countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea are meeting in Sarajevo this week to discuss approaches to aiding vulnerable migrants and the communities receiving them.
Budapest/Geneva, 13 March — A Red Cross Red Crescent partnership is launching a powerful interactive classroom tool to help European students understand and empathise with the dangers and difficult choices faced by young Syrian refugees and their families.
Many of the children growing up in the sprawling camp surrounding Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, have no access to formal education. On the cusp of adulthood, they face an uncertain future.