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Refugee Resource

According to opinion polls, asylum continues to be one of the most important issues for the British public. It is rarely out of the newspapers and is the subject of a lot of political and public debate. Reporting about asylum seekers and refugees can be hostile, unbalanced and factually incorrect and attitudes in different communities can vary very widely.

As teachers it is really important that we approach this subject with our learners, but because it can be emotive some teachers find this difficult.

These pages will help you to refresh some of key information regarding refugees and asylum seekers, and also find teaching resources appropriate for you and your students.

Materials that might be adapted for a range of ages, are presented first, followed by some divided into Primary and Secondary.

The global eye website has this child friendly area all about refugees and asylum seekers.