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Weekly update!

April 23, 2018 10:09 am Published by Sunny week for Hummingbrids! Last Monday was Homework Club 3-5 which was lead by Mick.   GSC was from 5-7 and lead by Kathy. We had guest facilitators in from Amazonia Arts teaching young people Capareira and Samba! We had a new arrival to the UK and we welcomed him and i gave 1:1 support […]

Arriving in the U.K. for the first time – Who is Who?

March 15, 2018 5:21 pm Published by Arriving in the UK for the first time as a young refugee can be difficult and confusing, especially after a long and uncertain journey. English is often not everyone’s first language either and understanding and remembering what everyone is saying is tough. However, an issue that continues to face young refugees and migrants is the […]

Another Wonderful Global Social Club – Monday 12th March

March 14, 2018 1:53 pm Published by What a wonderful night at Global Social Club we had tonight! Every Monday, the Hummingbird Project helps host the Global Social Club at the YPC in Brighton. Global Social Club is an evening of friendship, fun and creativity for young people in the city. It is also a great initiative for helping young refugees meet new people and to spread […]

Hummingbird Project Becomes a Charity!

October 22, 2017 3:20 pm Published by After almost a year of hard work, this month the Hummingbird Project has become charity! We even have a fancy number to prove it… (Registered Charity Number 1174970)! I am so incredibly proud of our Hummingbird Team. Hummingbirds have shown incredible dedication to supporting refugees and are still constantly pushing for positive change for the future. […]

A Short Story About ‘N’ – A Child Refugee Making the UK His Home

October 22, 2017 11:09 am Published by As the journeys of young refugees continue beyond their time in Calais, we want to share some experiences of the young people we often support, when making a new home for themselves in the UK. Many of the children arrive with complex needs, trauma and questions. It’s important to understand that their stuggles do not end once […]