The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly affected young people’s lives, physically, emotionally and mentally. Before the crisis, mental health was not seen as that important. Now we know how critical it is for young people everywhere. Even those who seemed well prepared have not been able to cope and many have sought help. Young refugees and … Continue reading Youth Ambassadors blog 2021
The UK needs to establish an asylum centre on the French coast, and offer a legal and safe route to seek asylum in the UK
KRAN has successfully secured crisis funding from Lloyds Bank Foundation, National Lottery, Acts for Change, Esmee Fairbairn, Kent Community Foundation, Barrow Cadbury Trust and Colyer Ferguson, as well as through direct and crowfunding donations to support young people and the organisation during the current crisis. BIG THANK YOU !
You walk away from your house and your mother, without saying good-bye to your beloved young brothers and sisters. You know they won’t let you go but you have no choice. It’s painful if you stay or if you leave. It’s the hardest decision you can make in your life What should you do now … Continue reading Refugee week project- Daniel
Hubs open for new arrivals being referred and case work by appointment
Covid-19 is playing havoc with lives around the world. In the UK, everyone is urged to stay at home, and many of us are now suddenly confined to spaces that we call home. For KRAN’s young people, home is a bedsit, a flat share or with a foster care family. Isolation is something that our … Continue reading The Effect of Covid-19 on Young Refugees
The KRAN Youth Forum, an action platform for social change in Kent Hearing the Voice of Refugee Youth For too long, the voice of refugee young people has been hidden. The issues that young refugees arriving in the UK face are immense and complex. Their stories reflect truths that the rest of society cannot … Continue reading The KRAN Youth Forum, an action platform for social change in Kent
FINAL 2017 – 2020 Strategy Plan