Learning and Identity
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Exhibition featuring footballers with a refugee background, from Spanish Civil War refugees playing in the 1940s to more recent stars such as Fabrice Muamba. It includes background information about the…
Library / Exhibition
A pack of information to help teachers and others to introduce the subjects of refugees and asylum. Includes booklets: Refugees By Numbers (2003 edition) and Refugee Children: Escape from Persecution and War; 2…
Library / Teaching pack
The Agony of the Refugee in Our Time
A novel for children about a boy from Ethiopia whose family is caught up in Civil War between Ethiopia and Eritrea and whose father sends him to England as a refugee for his safety.
Poems Inspired by the Experiences of Some of the 30,000,000 Refugees Around â€¦
8-page magazine aimed at 8-13 year olds including information on where refugees come from, how readers can help them, and case studies
Library / Magazine
Three refugee children tell their stories. Running time 45 minutes; suitable for 8-year-olds to adults.
Library / Video
A Handbook for People Working with Refugees and Asylum Seekers in England
Factsheet to accompany the Refugee World Cup video
Library / Booklet
A Teachers' Guide
Advice for Refugees about Services Available in Sheffield (2003)
Video shot during Refugee Week in June 2002 in Newcastle. While the World Cup finals were taking place in Japan and Korea, the North of England Refugee Service and Show Racism the Red Card campaign organised a…
Cultural, historical and linguistic information about Kurdish, Kosovan and Somali refugees. Includes personal accounts and information about Somalis in Sheffield.
Library / Report
A Research Report on Integration, 'Britishness' and Citizenship
Projects Led By Refugee and Asylum-seeking Communities
Final Report on the Role of Football in the Lives of Refugees and Asylum-Seekers
A booklet describing ways that teachers and educationalists can help refugee children new to Britain
Issues and Guidelines
Integration of Refugees in Europe
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A Resource and Training Pack to Support Work with Young Refugee Children
This book analyzes the impact of policy on the social and economic settlement of refugees in Britain.
A young children's story book set in a refugee camp in Africa, in which prejudices between refugees and the host community are overcome when children from each start playing football together.
An Educational Book for 14-18 Year Olds
Volunteering for Asylum Seekers and Refugees
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Connexions Supporting Young Asylum Seekers and Refugees
Developing Youth Work With Young Refugees
A Guide for Young Asylum Seekers and Refugees
A true story about a small town in Georgia, USA, which rapidly became home to a large influx of refugees from around the world in the early 1990s. A woman decided to start a football team to unify the refugees.
It tells the story of a refugee in Montreal who steps in to teach at an elementary school after the regular teacher commits suicide.
An award-winning children's picture book about a refugee child from Somalia and his first days at school in England. Suitable for Key Stage 1 or 2 in English and PSHE/Citizenship.
A two-part documentary, each of 50 minutes, on Britain's estimated one million illegal immigrants, and how they survive outside the system. Part 1 covers unscrupulous landlords, squalid accommodation, abuse and…
This DVD is a record of the Unity Cup competition, a national football tournament for refugees and asylum-seekers, supported by Kick It Out. The tournament took place on July 16th and 17th 2005 in Leeds with 20…
Parts 1, 2 and 3 of a documentary series shown on BBC2 on 14th & 17th April and 1st May 2003. The series follows the attempts of refugees as they try to settle in Britain. Each episode lasts 40 minutes. Part 2…
An American Town and "the Somali Invasion".
Interim Conference Report