Our work with refugees

Education is an essential tool to empower vulnerable refugees and their families, enabling them to integrate, find work and rebuild their lives. In London, we support this cause by fundraising and working with our partners the Baytree Centre, who provide vital English language education to vulnerable refugee and migrant women. We have also conducted research into the barriers these women face when trying to learn English. 

More broadly, we're collaborating with European partners on "A Refugee Like Me" a youth-led project which aims to involve young people and refugees in the process of influencing decision makers to help welcome refugees across schools, universities and communities.

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