A brother from a Salford parish has pleaded for an increase in support for Asylum Seekers, in commemoration for the anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
The Cornerstone Day Centre in Hulme, run by charity Caritas Salford, offers refugees and asylum seekers the opportunity to socialise with each other and help them set up a life in the UK.
Secondary school pupils across Salford are joining together for the #ShareTheJourney campaign walking miles for refugees and migrants.
Salford University journalism graduate Martina Moscariello has won the news category at the regional Royal Television Society (RTS) awards for […]
MANCHESTER based charity, Cornerstone, is organising a fundraising to build a new classroom to help refugees enter university, Cornerstone is […]
Caritas Diocese of Salford, a charity that aims to help vulnerable people to transform their lives, have set up a […]
A MOTHER-DAUGHTER arts group have launched the Stitch a Tree project in aid of refugees across the country. Thread-bearing witness, the […]
SIMPLY PUT, the war in Ukraine is complicated. A war which started as an uprising in reaction to the pro-democratic Maidan […]
A woman who defected from North Korea and is now based in Manchester is working with a start-up organisation employing […]
MANCHESTER-based charity RAPAR have sent an open letter written by Calais Jungle refugees to David Cameron. RAPAR is a charity […]