‘Hospitality and Sanctuary for All‘- a resource written by City of Sanctuary founder Inderjit Bhogal, exploring the ideas of hospitality and sanctuary in Christianity
The Diocese of Lichfield ‘Stories of Welcome’ – different ways in which refugees have been welcomed in the diocese
The Sanctuary Everywhere Manifesto The manifesto agreed by the highest Quaker decision-making body in Britain, Meeting for Sufferings. Among other things, it calls for the closure of immigration detention centres.
For Refugees, With Refugees – a resource pack from the Council of Christians and Jews to advance interfaith community responses to welcoming people seeking sanctuary
Refugee Resource Centre for Churches (R2C2) – A partnership between Jubilee+ and the Boaz Trust which was set up to bring together the expertise and experience of all those working to support people seeking sanctuary
Embrace Northern Ireland have produced a very handy and accessible handbook aimed at helping locals, faith and other groups and new arrivals navigate the system and know where to find help.
Interfaith Manifesto (2015)
Church Response for Refugees – supporting churches to take action to help refugees
Islamic Relief – international disaster and emergency response and development projects
Jewish Council for Racial Equality (JCORE) – engaging the Jewish community in social action, focusing on justice for refugees and asylum seekers
KhalsaAid – aims to provide humanitarian aid in disaster areas and civil conflict zones around the world. The organisation is based upon the Sikh principle of ‘Recognise the whole human race as one’
Muslim Aid – emergency response and international development
National Zakat Foundation – a charity that collects and distributes zakat – the alms-giving that is one of the Five Pillars of Islam
René Cassin – works to protect and promote the rights of vulnerable individuals and communities – particularly on issues that resonate with the Jewish experience
Quaker Asylum and Refugee Network – working to change the way that asylum seekers and refugees are treated