The UK Government’s rules allow refugees to be reunited with their children – except – if they’ve turned 18. The UK is also one of only two countries in the EU that bans child refugees who arrive in the UK alone from bringing any relatives to join them, even their parents. We’d like this to change so families can be together. Follow this link for more details or get in touch to find out how you can help: https://ift.tt/2x7OrNT
Home Secretary: Reunite refugee families Add your name to the petition to help refugee families to live together in safety in the UK. More info @ https://ift.tt/2x7OrNT Automated post from Bournemouth and Poole City of Sanctuary – https://ift.tt/2M8uo7z September 12, 2018 at 08:49PM
The Chief Inspector finds that the Government have acted ‘far too slow’ to implement the recommendations from his 2016 report on family reunion, with 8 out of 10 recommendations still not fully implemented.
Refugee Council responds to Chief Inspector report on family reunion Read the latest news from the Refugee Council, one of the leading charities in the UK working directly with refugees and supporting them to rebuild their lives. More info @ https://ift.tt/2oPvN9M Automated post from Bournemouth and Poole City of Sanctuary – https://ift.tt/2M8uo7z September 08,…
Sanctuary in Parliament
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Amir was living a happy and ordinary life in Sudan. He was married with children and had a good job.…
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