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Hands of Friendship: quilting on the pier

On Saturday 16 June, Hastings Community of Sanctuary and Hastings Refugee Buddy Project will hold a quilting workshop in the Birch Room on Hastings Pier. Part of their celebration of Refugee Week, this event gives you the chance to become part of their Friendship Quilt, together making a wonderful community quilt, which will be displayed at Hastings Museum later this year. Felicity Laurence writes.

Posted 13:54 Thursday, Jun 14, 2018 In: Community Arts Tags: Felicity Laurence Hands of Friendship Hastings Community of Sanctuary Quilting for Friendship Refugee Week

Hastings Debates: ‘Another Crossing’

Giovanna Del Sarto and Bern O’Donoghue present ‘Another Crossing’ at Hastings Debates, 23 May 2018*,

Posted 13:10 Tuesday, May 1, 2018 In: The HOT Planet Tags: A Drop In The Ocean A Polaroid For A Refugee Another Crossing Bern O’Donoghue Care4Calais Dead Reckoning Felicity Laurence Hastings Community of Sanctuary Hastings Debates Murmurations Gallery Open Democracy Window 18B

Calais Children: A Case To Answer

At the January Hastings Debates, Clare Moseley, founder of Care4Calais, spoke about the current desperate situation on the ground for refugees in Calais. Professor Sue Clayton (Goldsmiths University) concluded the talk with an introduction to her award winning investigative film Calais Children: A Case To Answer. Next week, on March 28th, Professor Clayton returns to Hastings for a full screening of the film, with Q and A following. Felicity Laurence from Hastings Supports Refugees writes.

Posted 05:59 Friday, Mar 23, 2018 In: Politics Tags: Alf Dubs Fund Safe Passage Calais Children A Case To Answer Calais Jungle City of Sanctuary Dubs Scheme Duncan Lewis Immigration Solicitors Hastings Community of Sanctuary Hastings Supports Refugees Lord Alf Dubs

News from the refugee frontline in Calais

The Jungle camp in Calais was broken up and its inhabitants dispersed in 2016, but not surprisingly that did not mean that the many refugees and asylum-seekers looking to enter the UK disappeared. Clare Moseley, co-founder of Care4Calais, is coming to Hastings to talk about the current situation, as Felicity Laurence of Hastings Supports Refugees explains.

Posted 17:48 Wednesday, Jan 17, 2018 In: Campaigns Tags: Amber Rudd asylum-seekers Care4Calais Dublin Regulation Dubs Amendment Felicity Laurence Hastings Community of Sanctuary Hastings Debates Hastings Supports Refugees Jungle
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