Premier Youthwork Investigates… Working with refugees in the UK

Faisal knocked on the door of the Refugee Support Network office three weeks ago. We’d never met him before. He had no appointment. He hadn’t been referred to us by a social worker. He was holding a small scrap of paper, with my name and our office address scribbled on.

As we made him a cup of tea, he began to tell his story. After his father was killed, he’d fled the violence in Syria as a 16 year-old boy, and made the...

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