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Crisis Classroom
Training volunteers to empower refugees & displaced people through education. We're a restricted fund with the support of Prism the Gift Fund. Charity No.109968
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Want to start volunteering but don't know where to start? Know someone who wants to ? We've got some training sessions coming up in April to help you prepare for any volunteering experience
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Crisis Classroom Feb 15
and migrants face a lot of traumatising events. Sometimes, asking a simple question like "how are you" can really help. Listening and making sure they know you care is vital for them to trust and open up so they can start their life in a new place
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Crisis Classroom Feb 14
Our classroom and workshops are open to everyone, regardless of age or limitations. Our popup classroom can go anywhere it needs to, so we can bring to the people that need it
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Crisis Classroom Feb 13
We want to say thank you to everyone who has donated to our fundraiser for Mo's Sandpainting workshop so far. You can until the 14th of Feb, so please make sure you share & spread the message of these wonderful classes one last time
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Crisis Classroom Feb 12
If you've been wanting to get involved in our training sessions then you're in luck, we have some coming up in April. We believe that no one can help everyone, but everyone can help someone, & our training is the first step
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Crisis Classroom Feb 11
There is only 3 days left to donate to our for Mo's Sandpainting workshop. We love the work he wants to do with and migrants, but we really need all the help we can get from you wonderful people. Please keep sharing and donating!
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Crisis Classroom Feb 10
"Highlights of our time included meeting projects like & Saj Stories, making our favourite Syrian fattoush salad with some of the guys in the camp & attending the ‘Pensare Migrante’ weekend organised by " - Alon's reflection on Rome
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Crisis Classroom Feb 9
We train our volunteers to teach and migrants using unconventional methods that you wouldn't see in a standard classroom. Something valuable to them that can help them start a life in a new place. We listen and care for these people, that's why we are
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Crisis Classroom Feb 8
There are only 6 days left to to our fundraiser for Mo's Sandpainting workshops. & migrants can feel isolated when they start their life in a new country, but these classes provide them with a community. Please share with your friends
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Crisis Classroom Feb 7
Small things make a big difference in someones life, be that knowing how to make juggling balls or spice bags, we all have something to offer, & that is what we like to teach you at our training days @Refugee_Ed
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Crisis Classroom Feb 6
"Good luck Mo, such important work!" - Adam There's only 8 days left to to Mo's Sandpainting workshops. We know how much they mean to you, so how much do you think these classes mean to & displaced people? Please share with your friends
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Crisis Classroom Feb 5
We really need your help to get Mo's sandpainting workshops up and running. Even £2 would be a big These classes provide a safe space for to be creative, make friends and learn a new skill. Art connects us, no matter who you are
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Crisis Classroom Feb 4
Creative classes are a great way to build trust & friendships, & that's exactly what we would like to do with Mo's Sandpainting workshops. These classes provide a for people to be creative, make friends, and learn a new skill below
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Crisis Classroom Feb 3
We train our to teach refugees using unconventional methods that you wouldn't see in a standard classroom, something valuable to them that can help them start a life in a new place. We listen and care for these people, that's why we are
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Crisis Classroom Feb 2
Do you want a fun, , all inclusive workshop? We need your help to keep Mo's Sandpainting class going, so please below. Even as little as £2, the price of a coffee, would really help. They're great fun for all ages, so tell your friends!
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Crisis Classroom Feb 2
Today is the last day of , have you told your story yet? Everyone has a story to tell, and this is the week to celebrate and share them. Do you have any stories?
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Crisis Classroom Feb 1
Refugees & face a lot of traumatic events but asking a simple question like "how are you" can really help. Making sure they know you care is vital for them to trust & open up, but you need to in yourself first, which is what you learn through our training days
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Crisis Classroom Jan 31
"In Rome it’s hard to miss the evidence of how European states have failed displaced people" Our friend & Alon has joined us on many trips & has shared his experiences online. For , why don't you share your stories?
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Crisis Classroom Jan 31
Art is a relaxing activity, inclusive of all ages & races. We want to help Mo get the funding to host more of his Sandpainting workshops. They're great for & people experiencing loneliness because they create a and safe space
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Crisis Classroom Jan 30
Remember that sometimes it's the small things that mean the most. Donating your time can be hard, but cleaning out your cupboard and sending your clothes that you don't use any more to a , or tying up some scarves and hats, could change the world for someone
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