“I am glad I did it for Revive. I was happy that my dad practised and ran the half-marathon with me.” A jubilant Hattie Ditton said after a colourful completion of the Great Manchester Run, Sunday 28th May 2017.
Hattie ran the
Sunday 23rd April is World English Language Day, so it’s fitting that we talk about the work that we do to help asylum seekers and refugees with communication. Each Wednesday a team of ESOL volunteers led by two specialist
One of the workshops that we run and feel passionately about the benefits of is our music therapy workshop.
Every Wednesday, between the hours of 9 and 2, the sound of drums, singing and laughter can be heard streaming from the
On Friday 25th November, the Greater Manchester Refugee Support Partnership put on a ‘Volunteer Celebration Event’, to thank and celebrate the volunteers who make their work possible.
Staff and volunteers from all the partnership
In this inspiring blog Revive volunteer, Harriet Ditton, explains why she is taking part in this year’s Great Manchester Run for refugees and to raise awareness of their situations, both here in the UK and overseas.
Are you becoming all too accustomed to reading and hearing about xenophobia being on the rise, fuelled by the hateful rhetoric that has become commonplace in mainstream politics?
Are you being led by the media to believe that
One of the workshops that we run and feel passionately about the benefits of is the music workshop.
Every Wednesday, between the hours of 9 and 1 o clock, the sound of drums, singing and laughter can be heard streaming from the Spiritan
This month, Britain is celebrating Black History Month, an annual celebration of the phenomenal contributions that African and Caribbean people and communities have made and continue to make to our society. It is a time to give thanks to
About 40 families with children, couples and young adult refugees and people seeking asylum were given a welcoming Day Out treat in the beautiful English countryside, in Ribble Valley, Lancashire, on Saturday 23rd July
As we mark the start of British Summer Time with the clocks moved forward by one hour, at 1am on Easter Sunday 27th March 2016 we proudly remark that 2016 has been a big year, so far, for the immigration department at Revive.
We bade a
Bishop John Arnold of Salford Diocese believes that learning the language of the new community refugees have found themselves is key to their integration.
“I want you to be easily accepted and to find work, so I would encourage you to
Refugees and people seeking asylum in Greater Manchester will be offered an integrated and sustained support through a new support partnership by the major refugee’s service providers in the area.
The Greater Manchester Refugee