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13 Local Authorities welcome no Syrian refugees this quarter

New figures released by the Home Office today [Thursday 24 August] show that 96 Syrian refugees were settled in Wales between April and June this year.  ...

Wales coming together in a time of crisis

If you turn on the news or read the newspaper right this moment, there's a good chance you'll hear about an unfolding humanitarian crisis, disaster or emergency. ...

What should we learn from Communities First

It won't have escaped your attention that the Welsh Government is soon to end its flagship programme for tackling poverty in Wales, Communities First.  ...

Policy that will change lives for the better

Over the past few months I have been privileged to work with Oxfam and our partners on the Welsh Refugee Coalition to support the Equality, Local Government and Communities Committee inquiry into...

Skills for Life – giving women a hand on their journey to employment

Skills for life is an exciting new project which is enabling women in Cardiff to gain the skills and confidence they need to progress into decent work. ...

Young people in Wales call for equality

Every year, as part of the Wales-wide youth movement Urdd Gobaith Cymru, young people across Wales work together to share their message of peace and goodwill with the world.  ...

A step towards the right direction

Oxfam Cymru Media Officer Deio Gruffydd spoke with Sohail Ali about his experiences and opinions as an asylum seeker in Wales ...

Making Wales as a Nation of Sanctuary

Yesterday, the Equality, Local Government & Communities Committee published a report  calling for all people and all sectors in Wales to work together to build Wales as a Nation of Sanctuary. ...

We want a Wales where local services are designed with people at their heart

In Wales almost a quarter of people live in relative poverty.  ...

We want a Wales that offers a warm welcome to refugees and asylum seekers

It is easy to feel powerless when the latest figures show that more than 65 million people have been forced to flee their homes by terrifying conflict and violence, millions more by natural disaster...

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