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Who We Are

Refugees have always been a part of the UK, and of Birmingham. It’s who we are. Visitors arriving in the city by coach are greeted by a sign declaring ‘A Hundred Thousand Welcomes’ (photo above by ell brown is licensed under CC BY 2.0). Here are just a handful of the generations of refugees who […]

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Poetry from Refugees on Sale

7th October is National Poetry Day, and as we begin our theme Who We Are about standing Together With Refugees, a reminder that a wonderful book of poetry is available to buy at Peace Hub: Soaring with Clipped Wings A book of poetry written by Asylum Seekers and Refugees, to share something of their lives […]

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Keep Taking Action for Economic Equality

Our theme Think Global, Act Local, Get Equal is coming to an end, but there are still plenty of ways to take action: On 6th October, millions of families will lose the £20 Universal Credit lifeline – you can join Joseph Rowntree Foundation in calling to Keep the Lifeline. Keeping this £20 uplift is important, […]

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Take Action for Climate & Economic Justice

It’s been great to support the Relay to COP26 as it passes through Birmingham this week. This November, world leaders are meeting in Glasgow for important climate negotiations called COP26. On Friday 11th June, a group led by Young Christian Climate Network (YCCN) began walking from the G7 summit of wealthy nations hosted in Cornwall, […]

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Keep taking action to support our Mental Wellbeing

Our theme Speak, Listen, Change is coming to an end at the Hub, but there are still plenty of ways to keep taking action to support our collective Mental Wellbeing, and demand equality for people experiencing Mental Health problems. The charity Mind have regular campaigns – you can support their current campaign Fund the Hubs, […]

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