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In furtherance of its charitable objectives, RR strives to raise awareness on issues related to refugees and immigrants within the British landscape through work on policy and media. Because of our daily work with Syrian refugees, we serve as a critical source of information on the Syrian conflict for journalists and through our professional relationships with these journalists we work on the framework by which refugee crises, particularly in Syria, are discussed. RR also organises seminars and hosts academic conferences that draw in leading academics and community organisers for discussion and insight on often overlooked aspects of the Syrian conflict and other conflicts in the region.
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Members of Syrian Community of Bristol Visit RR Office

Meeting with Syrians from Bristol

Five members of the Syrian community of Bristol visited RR office on Saturday 23 May and met members of the Syrian community of Manchester
The meeting between the two communities was highly beneficial in sharing experiences and exploring methods of collaboration to increase Syria's profile within the UK.


Meeting with the Henning Family

The Syrian community of Manchester had the good pleasure of meeting with Barbara, Lucy, and Adam Henning (family of the late Alan Henning) for breakfast at the RR office on 16 May. We are very thankful to the Henning family for accepting our invitation and hope that it was just the start of a continued and warm relationship between the family and our community.


Meeting with Tony Lloyd, Police and Crime Commissioner of Greater Manchester

RR met with Police and Crime Commissioner of Greater Manchester Tony Lloyd to update him on the work of the office and to seek his advice on Syria-related issues. We spoke with Tony on issues ranging from airport stops, to networking with new and old MPs, to formulating and advocating for Syria-related policy, to rising levels of Islamophobia.