Hosting and welcome - some tips
Published: 31 March 2022
Some information and advice about getting involved in your community and for those considering hosting.
Prof Alison Phipps, UNESCO Chair in Refugee Integration through Languages and the Arts (UNESCO RILA) gives some information about ways in which we can create a culture of welcome. She gives some information and advice about getting involved in your community and for those considering hosting.
We hope that his video is of particular interest to those with questions about how to help people fleeing Ukraine, but it could be useful for anyone seeking information on how to support anyone seeking sanctuary.
Feel free to use this video in part or in its entirety.
Links to the information given in the video can be found below in the order given in the video. You can also check out Alison's twitter thread on this topic.
- Scottish Government
- Scottish Refugee Council
- Positive Action in Housing
- Rooms for Refugees
- New Scots Integration Strategy
- Super Sponsor scheme announcement
- Super Sponsor Scheme for Ukrainians
- Right to Remain
- Nationality and Borders bill
- Together with Refugees
- Glasgow Kenmure Street
- Royal Society of Edinburgh advice on Asylum reform
- Scottish Refugee Council Nationality and Borders bill updates
- Red Cross Nationality and Borders bill opinion
- UNHCR Nationality and Borders bill opinion
- Disasters and Emergency Committee
- Channel 4 - Ethiopia on the brink of famine
- Channel 4 – World Food Programme – No safety net left
- COSLA (Convention of Scottish Local Authorities)
- Migrant Voice
- Red Cross family reunion
- Safe in Scotland
- Refugee Festival Scotland
- Scholarship schemes
- Campus hosting
- Glasgow refugee asylum, migration network (GRAMNet)
- UNESCO RILA podcasts
First published: 31 March 2022