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One Year Ends, Another Begins

It has been almost three months to the day since a group of us got together for the first time to think about what we could do about the refugee crisis.  It’s…

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Refugees: What’s Going On?

What do people do on a lovely November day in the south of France? They go to a Christmas market. A huge and fabulous market here in Languedoc is the Château Cassan…

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Weekly Update 21/11/2015

Last Saturday LSR made the weekly food delivery again to the Syrian families in Beziers and all went well. We are grateful for all the food donated by concerned people everywhere in…

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Weekly Update 14/11/2015

Much has happened this past week and our volunteers have been busy on several fronts. Food collection went well this week and deliveries were made to nine Syrian families living in Beziers….

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Weekly update 02/11/2015

We are very pleased to have met with the Béziers CIMADE last night to discuss how we can work collaboratively to support the remaining Syrian families living in Beziers as they apply…

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Helping Where We Live

The war in Syria has ravaged people’s lives for the last five years, bringing with it an exodus of millions of people who are fleeing, most of whom are now either stuck…

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Breaking Open our Piggy Banks

Original article posted on: medium.com/@cnarrations Having kids has been a big curb on my activism. I’m not one of the mothers who was dragging my kids to protests in a sling or a…

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To Ventimiglia and Beyond

Article originally posted on somelikeithotlodeve.wordpress.com It isn’t without a certain amount of trepidation that we prepare our trip to the refugee camps in Ventimiglia, just over the border in Italy. We’re travelling in…

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