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28 Tales for 28 Days

As part of the mounting campaign to put an end to the indefinite detention of immigration detainees (that means no…

KRH Annual Report 2017-2018

Kent Refugee Help’s AGM was held on Saturday 23 June 2018 at St Paul’s, Church Street, Canterbury. The Annual Report for…

Opportunities at the University Of East London (UEL)

The University of East London have an exciting new initiative for refugees, asylum seekers and people with temporary leave to…

Kent Refugee Help AGM 2018

Dear all, You are warmly invited to Kent Refugee Help’s AGM on Saturday 23 June 2018. The AGM will be…

Review of ‘Our Lives’ exhibition

Chris Stone, a local writer, has written an excellent review of our exhibition of Foreign National Prisoner paintings. You can…

Free English classes for Refugees at International House

Throughout the year, International House London run Practice Lessons which are English Language classes taught by their trainee teachers. Classes…

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