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July 3, 2017

Refugee resettlement scheme expanded to include people from Middle East North Africa region

Amber Rudd MP announced today that changes will be made to the Vulnerable Person’s Resettlement Scheme (VPRS) to enable more nationalities to benefit. The VPRS scheme was launched in January ...

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June 27, 2017

Safe Passage and legal partners nominated for award

We are delighted to announced that Safe Passage and our legal partners have been shortlisted for The Lawyer magazine’s Pro-Bono award. The winner will be announced at their annual awards ceremony ...

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June 16, 2017

New Strategic Plan

Safe Passage have published our Strategic Plan for 2017, which details our solution, how we will achieve it, and our goals to 2020. It is available to download or you can request ...

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May 28, 2017

Theresa May’s pre-election pledge to resettle 20,000 refugees

The hard work of Refugees Welcome supporters during the general election campaign paid off. Like hundreds of others across the country, Refugee Welcome supporters got together to hold their Parliamentary ...

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April 26, 2017

‘Dubs scheme’ announcement – reaction from Safe Passage

Reacting to the news that the government will accept another 130 unaccompanied refugee children from Europe under the ‘Dubs scheme’, Rabbi Janet Darley, who has been working with Citizens UK’s Safe Passage project, ...

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April 14, 2017

Spring Newsletter

It has been a busy few months for Safe Passage. There have been disappointments: we fought the closure of the ‘Dubs’ scheme for some of the most vulnerable refugee children ...

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April 13, 2017

Campaigning developments – the ‘Dubs scheme’

On 8th February, after just four months in operation, the Government announced it would be closing the ‘Dubs’ scheme for child refugees by the end of the financial year, limiting ...

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March 29, 2017

Government’s request to stay family reunification cases of unaccompanied minors from France refused by the court.

The Home Office’s application to stay Judicial Review proceedings on the cases of two refugee children affected by the Home Office’s policy on transfers of unaccompanied minors from France to ...

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