The Bishop of Dover has condemned the Home Office after it announced the end of the scheme to receive migrant children via the so-called Dubs amendment at the end of March.
Ashford as a borough
has come together to welcome, resettle and help integrate the most vulnerable
refugees from the camps around the Syrian border.
The new National
Transfer Scheme for unaccompanied asylum seeking children is not working, says
Kent County Council.
The Diocese of Canterbury has announced the appointment of Domenica Pecoraro to the newly created job of Kent Refugee Projects Officer.
It's been reported
that a number of migrants have been rescued from the English Channel off the
coast of Dymchurch in the early hours of this morning, 29 May.
In recognition of the ongoing concern around the issue of refugees and migrants, the Diocese of Canterbury has announced the creation of a new Refugee Projects Officer post.
The Bishop of Dover has responded to the violent clashes between refugees and French authorities by calling for Christians to join in a minute of silent prayer today Sunday 6 March.
The Ladesfield reception centre in Kent for unaccompanied asylum seeking children has closed down.
An African migrant who was arrested after walking through the Channel Tunnel has been given permission to stay in Britain by the Home Office.
The Bishop of Dover has spoken of the scenes he witnessed when he visited the migrant camp near Calais known as ‘The Jungle’ and has launched an Advent appeal for refugees.