Tag Archives: refugees
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I was a foreigner, and you did not welcome me in: the challenge of the Nationality and Borders Bill

Parinaz is a journalist from Iran who came to the UK seeking asylum over eight years ago. Despite the services of a caring solicitor, her claim has been refused many times. To add to her despair, she discovered a breast lump earlier this year. Imagine […]

Informal Refugee Settlement in the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon. 

Compassion, faith and hope: preparing for COVID19 among refugees in the Bekaa Valley

Susan is a Northern Ireland trained GP who sensed God was calling her to serve overseas. Having connected with CMF a couple of years ago, she came on our Developing Health Course and said ‘I have found my tribe‘ -people who had a heart for […]

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Healthcare for immigrants – an issue of justice

From 23 October, there will be a legal obligation on every hospital department in England to check every patient’s immigration status before treating them, to see if they are required to pay for their care. In addition, charges are being extended to community health services. […]