Nikki McArthur recently drove from south-west France to the mud of Dunkirk’s makeshift Grande-Synthe camp. In the first of a series of blogs about the experience, she tells us why.
Nikki McArthur reports on France and Beyond’s success sending shipping containers full of donations to Syria.
A few months ago I decided to give myself a mini-sabbatical to dedicate time to the refugee crisis facing Europe. While the crisis is far from over, I wanted to stop and reflect on what I have learned as I move back into my “normal” life. Or, as I’ve started to say, the “new normal”. By Natasha Freidus.
Zoe Magesse has this report on how the people of Toulouse have come together to help their refugee community.
We are calling for donations of warm winter clothing, blankets and tinned food for a container shipment to Syria. Here’s how you can help.
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By Natasha Freidus
It has been almost three months to the day since a group of us got together for the first time to think about what we could do about the refugee crisis. It’s pretty remarkable to remember sitting around the table with a group of strangers on Jess’s roof terrace— shyly learning one another’s names and brainstorming ways that we could support efforts in Calais and further afield. Continue reading
Quiz nights can be a fun and social way of raising much-needed funds foe refugees and the aid workers helping them. Angie Brewer has this advice for anyone thinking about holding a quiz night. Continue reading
Welcome to our latest update about France And Beyond (FAB), the network of individuals in France coordinating aid to refugees. Continue reading