Penzance art auction for Refugee Aid will prove that Cornwall cares for those caught up in conflict

Article from cornwalllive.com, written by Tom Gainey. Original Article Here A Penzance art collective is fighting to prove that Cornwall cares about those caught up in the European refugee crisis. Refugee Aid volunteers hope that an auction will raise “vital” funds and believe that now, more than ever, compassion is needed. “We really want to […]

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Afghan refugees describe warm welcome from local people in new home after Calais eviction

Article by Elsa Buchanan, from The International Business Times October 25, 2016 15:01 BST Original Article IBTimes UK hears how Afghan refugees spent their first night outside Calais’ Jungle camp. There was a lot of angst and trepidation on Monday (24 October) as many refugees feared they would face rejection and an uncertain future after […]

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