Thousands of men, women and children have died and thousands more are struggling to survive, in makeshift shelters and tent cities, following the deadliest recorded earthquake in more than 20Continue reading
War, what is it good for?
The images of Aleppo are almost too painful to look at. How did Syria’s largest and once most prosperous city, a UNESCO world heritage site, end up like a versionContinue reading
It’s hard to imagine how much has changed for those living through the unrest in Syria. Not so long ago families went shopping, lived in houses with all mod-cons andContinue reading
If the tables were turned…
Archbishop Justin has said it is outrageous to describe people who are worried about the impact of migration as racist. He told Parliament’s The House magazine there was “genuine fear”Continue reading
Facing our Responsibilities
The ‘migrant crisis’ continues to dominate the headlines. The Prime Minister has argued that ‘bringing peace and stability’ to Syria and the region needs to be the focus for theContinue reading