Safe Passage wins landmark legal ruling, opening a legal route for family reunification for children in Calais. Three children arrive in UK soon after.
Solidarity and Support Network is started, to support those who have worked in the camps.
The Maria Skobtsova Safe House is opened in Calais and Simon joins the management committee.
As half the camp faces demolition hundreds of children go missing, but a few travel safely and legally to the UK to join families through EU laws.
We support community leaders and organisations as the other half of the camp swells with 1000 new people each month.
We support Safe Passage and Lord Dubs in securing the ‘Dubs’ amendment.
Juliet visits Lebanon to learn about peacemaking, migration and inter-faith dialogue.
During the final demolitions of the Calais ‘jungle’ we provide peacemakers to advise and escort minors to emergency registration as the UK transfers 900 unaccompanied children.
We bear witness to the chaotic and violent demolitions, recording and submitting evidence of inhumane treatment.
We assist with staffing emergency safe houses in London which receive some of the 900 children from the demolitions.