Celebrating Sanctuary Portraits

On the 19th April 2022 there was a special meeting to take part in Celebrating Sanctuary’s We Are Birmingham Project which marks their 20th Anniversary. Group members and some friends took their own pictures using the set-up by Brian Homer

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Trustees’ Tribute to Rosemary Crawley

We opened our meeting on 24th January with spontaneous tributes to Rosemary Crawley, who was instrumental in creating our charity two years ago and died in hospital on 17 January 2022. We all share the experience of being inspired by

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Doctors of the World Covid Briefing

Just before this festive period and with the Omicron variant unfortunately rampant, here at Doctors of the World we thought it was a good idea to put together a quick briefing on booster jabs and COVID Pass for people (including

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Climate Change by Beauty

The most cause of Climate Change is human activity, caused by fossil fuels which produce carbon dioxide and other gasses. The Western developed countries move to undeveloped countries to get resources to develop their countries. They started with what they call

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Report on Issues Facing Migrants

Migration: Policy & Practice Birmingham – Black Country have released their first Sector Assessment on the barriers and challenges faced by migrants in the area. 2021 Sector Assessment Released We are delighted to share with you our first Sector Assessment: 

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High Court Rules That Trafficking Victims Should Remain

The UK High Court has made a landmark ruling that trafficking victims should have the right to remain. Link to a Guardian report on the issue: https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2021/oct/12/trafficking-victims-should-be-granted-leave-to-remain-in-uk-high-court-rules

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Your Views on UK Asylum Process Wanted

The Women and Equalities Committee of the UK Parliament is examining the fairness of the UK asylum process, looking at the experiences of people seeking asylum who have a range of protected characteristics (as defined in the UK’s Equality Act).

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Day Out in Lichfield

On 10 August 2021, twenty-nine women and sixteen children of Women with Hope enjoyed a picnic in Lichfield’s beautiful Beacon Park. The park is set in the historic and beautiful city centre and is overlooked by the magnificent three spired

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