Personal insights from behind the scenes
Our blogs are written by staff members at Scottish Refugee Council, as well as people from a variety of backgrounds who are keen to discuss the issues that refugees and people seeking asylum face.
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- 15 February 2017 A cup of tea and so much more Ewain Black is training and support worker at Social Bite in Glasgow, which will be running monthly Cup of Tea with a Refugee events (0 Comments)
- 31 January 2017 Hello Ambassadors Scottish Refugee Council is delighted to welcome onboard two new Ambassadors Amal Azzudin and Omar Hasan (0 Comments)
- 30 January 2017 Scots stand up against racist US policies US President Donald Trump has followed up on his anti-refugee, anti-Muslim and anti-immigrant rhetoric before the American election (0 Comments)
- 20 January 2017 Burns Night - a celebration for all In Scotland, people from all over the world and many new Scots will get together to celebrate Burns' life and the diversity of Scotland (0 Comments)
- 20 January 2017 Sharing Lives, Sharing Languages College ESOL lecturer Emily Bryson tells us about a new pilot project she's managing to help people learn English (0 Comments)
- 22 December 2016 Season's Greetings from Scottish Refugee Council Despite the difficult year, we've achieved a lot - much of it with thanks to your support. (0 Comments)
- 21 November 2016 Glasgow groups shares stories of migration and integration Community worker Pinar Aksu from Migrant Voice talks about their recent project ‘Story in a Poem’ (0 Comments)
- 16 November 2016 Many a mickle macks a muckle: 10 ideas for positive change It’s easy to feel discouraged at what seems to be a rise in racism and xenophobia globally. But it’s important to resist this narrative (0 Comments)
- 25 October 2016 ‘Lest We Forget’ Documentary - Now Available Online Our arts and heritage project ‘Lest We Forget: First World War – Refugees Then & Now’ lives on in this beautiful and moving documentary (0 Comments)
- 11 October 2016 Refugee Women Produce Help Guide for Women in the Asylum Process ‘Claiming Asylum: What Women Need to Know’ provides guidance to women about their rights (0 Comments)