Many of you will know about this, but for those who don’t…
Chris Bryant is top of the list to table a Private Members Bill and he’s opened it up to a public vote.
One of the options is a Refugee Families Bill – ‘allowing refugee families to be reunited by expanding the definition of family members allowed to accompany refugees and giving refugee children the right to be reunited with their parents.’
Anyone can vote, which is great – please do vote now, and please do share this widely within your networks and let’s make sure this issue gets the attention it so badly needs
Link below, deadline is 7pm on Tuesday, 11th July.
Here is a poster to print single-sided A4 for the event on 29th June 2017
and a double sided flyer which prints on A4 to then cut into four A6 size flyers.
An exhibition and talk with Baraa Ehssan Kouja
Thursday 29th June Liberty Suite above Jerichos.
Exhibition from midday, Talk at 7pm
The exhibition features artwork by children living in refugee camps. There is also a book, and voices telling stories from the camps – these include children talking about their past, their present, their future as it seems to them, their dreams and their feelings Continue reading “From Syria With Love – 29th June”
This posted by Rob Butler on Facebook following his recent trip to Calais and Belgium. On Facebook there are also several photos from this trip.
Not posted a lot about my trip to France and my day in Belgium been getting my head together. Now on the Bank holiday Monday making sense of it all.
Continue reading “Rob’s Reflections on Calais, May 2017”
We need sleeping bags.
Small men’s clothes.
Dried fruit and nuts.
Coffee biscuits and cake or energy bars.
That’s a message I have received today from Clare Mosley at Care4Calais. We are putting together a team to go to France. May the 21st Sunday and back 27th Saturday. If you can help in any way it would be greatly appreciated