This year, a special team of athletes is making Olympic history.
Let’s celebrate them with a Top Trumps twist.
Finally the day of the big match had arrived.
Not a crucial decider at Euro 2016 – but Plymouth Hope FC vs a football therapy group from charity Freedom from Torture.
The matches kicked off Refugee Week, the international week which celebrates the positive contribution that refugees make to society.
Discover the fantastic events that happened up and down the country for Refugee Week.
The 20-26 June saw a host of fun-filled activities celebrating the positive contribution that refugees make to our society.
Here are some of the highlights.
Question: What do Rachel Weisz, Omid Djalili and Rita Ora have in common?
Answer: They are all refugees.
Their families have all had to flee their homelands and make a new life in a new place.
This Refugee Week, a host of budding refugee-directors are following in their footsteps down the red carpet. They have been working with the arts organisation Cardboard Cameras to create this fantastic stop motion animation.
Check it out and enjoy!
Don’t believe in magic?
Many of the refugees in our Liverpool drop-in centre could be forgiven for not believing.
They have fled their homes and fetched up halfway around the world.
Some of them, owing to bureaucratic delays and restrictions in the immigration system, are homeless and hungry.
Enter Dynamo, world-renowned magician and illusionist.
The magician made a surprise visit ahead of a gig in Liverpool. And he put on quite a show.
Take a look and see for yourself. More
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Omar’s first birthday will live long in his family’s memory.
After four months of separation, they were reunited just in time to celebrate Omar’s birthday together.
Theirs is a story of the terrible strain on families affected by the Syrian war.
Families forced at short notice to make heart-wrenching choices.
Families waiting to be reunited.
You might remember Leen.
Last November we met her at her lowest point. At just 16 years old, she had fled her home in Damascus with her younger sister and mother.
Leen was exhausted and shaken from her journey but relieved to have reached temporary safety at a refugee camp on the border of Macedonia and Greece.
Months later, Leen got back in touch with us via Facebook to say she had finally arrived in Germany. We recently travelled to Berlin to find out how she is settling into her new life.