This concerns a Palestinian refugee who was living in Syria, who was refused asylum here on the grounds it would be safe for him to ‘return’ to Palestine – somewhere he has never lived & would not be allowed by Israel to ‘return’ to. Click here
Report of our Getting Ready Training Day organised by BRWR Saturday 4.6.16 at St Andrew’s Parish Centre, Barnt Green.
On arrival the 60+ participants registered and chose their workshop for the afternoon Yvonne Rendell, chair of Bromsgrove and Redditch Welcome Refugees (BRWR) introduced the aims of the day. What are refugee welcome groups? Yvonne spoke about BRWR and the aims of the training day, which would inform, update with the latest news of the […]
Update BRWR June 2016
Worcestershire_Resettlement_Volunteer_Role_Outline See role outline (above). If you wish to volunteer for as a Resettlement Arrivals, Advocate & Support Volunteer. The deadline for the interest is 10/06/2016 13:00pm and the initial meetings will be held w/c 13/06/2016. Please fill out this ” Enquiry Form “ Initial meetings with the volunteers planned for 17/06 and training on the following […]
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The meeting was very positive and went very well. All those attending were fully involved and attentive to all that was said. John Cochrane introduced the meeting. He stated that all of us were there because of our compassion, whatever our culture, religion, non-religion or political persuasion. That our compassion leads to kindness for all […]
BRWR Getting Ready Training Day 31.5 programme The venue is St Andrew’s Parish Centre , 24 Sandhills Road, Barnt Green, Bromsgrove B45 8NR for BRWR’s training day for all interested in actively welcoming Syrian refugees. Following two public meetings many local people have come forward to offer their support for our work. Getting Ready is […]
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Contacts: Naeem Arif (Vice Chair) – firstname.lastname@example.org Sally – email@example.com Mary- firstname.lastname@example.org See also – United Nations’ World Refugee Day at http://www.unhcr.org/refugeeday
For the government’s response, open the link below, then click on “Read the response in full” Britain must not turn its back on child refugees
Open Public Meeting Tuesday 24th May 7.30 pm St Stephens Church, Church Green, Redditch The first refugees from the camps surrounding Syria allocated to Worcestershire under the Vulnerable Persons Relocation Scheme will be arriving in July. What is the background to this situation? How many will be coming to our area? How will they be […]