• Published On: 27th June 2023

    World Refugee Day – Migrants’ Rights Network

    Guest blog by Migrants' Rights Network for World Refugee Day, originally published here on June 20, 2023.

  • Published On: 23rd June 2023

    A Friend Named Compassion: a poem co-created by this year’s ambassadors

  • Published On: 14th June 2023

    How the UK is Celebrating Refugee Week 2023

  • Published On: 6th June 2023

    Pilar, an artist from the Seeking Refuge Project, shares their story

  • Published On: 2nd June 2023

    Coffee, Comedy & Migration

    ‘Coffee tells a beautiful story of Migration’.

  • Published On: 31st May 2023

    Meet the Refugee Week 2023 Ambassadors!

    This year we are working with an incredible group of Refugee Week Ambassadors.

  • Published On: 25th May 2023

    Films you can screen at your Refugee Week event

    Films can help us understand different perspectives by introducing us to different people, cultures and perspectives.

  • Published On: 3rd May 2023

    How to Have Good Conversations About Tough Topics

  • Published On: 18th April 2023

    Everyone has a migration story, how will you tell yours?

  • Published On: 24th June 2022

    Local Councils mark Refugee Week 2022

    Local Councils took part in Refugee Week 2022 in a […]

  • Published On: 16th June 2022

    What’s On: Around the World

    Refugee Week is a growing global movement, and we are […]

  • Published On: 17th June 2021

    Statement: Refugee Week Celebrates All Refugees

    By Enver Solomon, CEO of Refugee Council and Chair of […]

  • Published On: 10th June 2020

    The Belle Vue Studio, Bradford

    A guest post by Tim Smith A unique archive of […]

  • Published On: 11th November 2019

    Opportunity: Refugee Week Leadership Project 2020 (Paid placement/ expenses)

    Following the success of the first Refugee Week Leadership Project in […]

  • Published On: 27th June 2018

    Refugee Week 2018: What Next?

    Thank you to everyone who made Refugee Week 2018 such […]