THANK YOU MACHYNLLETH! Together we are making a difference for many. We have prepared a report of the work done with your support since Nov 2016 until June 2017. The list is impressive!
Mid Wales Refugee Action in Conjunction with Bristol Refugee Rights is hosting a day-long workshop for people interested in learning more about asylum rights in the UK The workshop will cover. -overview of numbers/nationalities in UK -outline of the asylum process -asylum support/destitution -signing/detention -getting leave to remain -young people -good organisations/resources for further info […]
This Easter weekend, members of Mid Wales Refugee Action are taking urgently needed sleeping bags, blankets, tents and clothes to refugees in the North of France. A horrific fire ripped through La Liniere refugee camp in Dunkirk on Monday night, destroying the shelters and kitchens that provided for the basic needs of over 1,500 people. […]
Members of Mid Wales Refugee Action call on Carwyn Jones and Welsh Government to do more to help unaccompanied minors. This is a copy of the letter that was delivered to him today. Please, send your own letter at www.writetothem.com Dear Sir We are deeply saddened and horrified by the decision of the UK Government […]
The world is facing an unprecedented displacement crisis, more than 65 million people are forcibly displaced as a result of violent conflicts and natural disasters. In 2015, over 1 million people – refugees, displaced persons and other migrants – have made their way to the EU, either escaping conflict in their country and in search […]
The UK government promised to bring child refugees from the Calais Jungle to the UK so they could start a new life, now 100’s of children are stuck in France as the UK has rejected their appeals to be brought to the UK. You can sign our petition in change.org They have been told instead to […]
Mid-Wales Activists join 100’s of groups across the UK In protest against the inauguration against Donald Trump As part of a national day of action, activists dropped 2 large banners from the iconic Dyfi bridge Friday 20th January to send a simple and hopeful message calling for a just and fair world without borders. a […]
In December 2016, a group of volunteers from Mid-Wales Refugee Action went to work with refugees in La Linière refugee camp in Dunkirk as part of the Kesha Niya project. They took with them much needed supplies of sleeping bags, blankets and clothes that had been donated by people across Mid-Wales. For a week they […]