Contacts, resources, websites

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United Nations High Commission for Refugees, (UNHCR) Millbank Tower, 21- 23 Millbank, London SW1P 4QP 'Refugees' magazine, extensive website looking at current news, past and present refugee hotspots, teachers' section and resources.

www.unhcr.ch Refugee Council 3 Bondway, London SW8 1SJ www.gn.apc.orgbrcslproject

RefAid (address as UNHCR)

Supports the work of UNHCR in the UK, runs Refugee Week jointly with the Refugee Council, raises money for emergencies and to support refugees around the world. Educational materials, posters and videos available. RefAid staff can be booked to give talks to schools.

www.refaid.org.uk

'Global Eye' is a free termly magazine sent to all UK secondary scools; 'Global Eye News' (GEN) is the extended online edition, written and produced by Worldaware for the Department for International Development.

Worldaware, 31-35 Kirby Street, London EC1N 8TE www.globaleye.org.uk

'Global Eye', Issue 11 + GEN (Global Eye News - Spring 2000) includes hotspots map, definitions, information and resources about UNHCR and RefAid, case studies of Mozambique, Vietnam and Bhutan, plus stories written by refugees living in the UK.

GEN (Autumn 2000) new primary school section will feature Richmond Schools Primary Parliament's work on refugees 1999-2000.

Newspaper sites

www.telegraph.co.uk

www.the-times.co.uk

Both have libraryarchive sites


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