Amina Muslim Women’s Resource Centre in Dundee is a charity which is working alongside voluntary groups and statutory agencies to support Syrian refugee families that have been resettled in the city. If you would like to find out more or offer to support Amina with donations or volunteer, please call 01382 787450 or find out more on the Amina MWRC Dundee Facebook page.
Dundee Lord Provost Bob Duncan has reopened the Disaster Relief Fund (Dundee) to ease the plight of refugees from Syria. He said: “The shocking pictures we have all seen of refugees and victims of the war in Syria has touched people’s hearts across the world and in Dundee folk have been in touch to express their shock and frustration at the loss of life and suffering. I was moved to reopen the fund as a way of allowing Dundonians to make a practical contribution to the humanitarian aid that is so badly needed.”
Dundee the Caring City is a registered charity which overseas the work of Dundee Refugee Support. They list on their website ways in which local residents can help, include by donating goods and money or offering time as a volunteer.
If you would like more information please contact Dundee the Caring City or email email@example.com
The One World Centre promotes global justice and equality through education by supporting schools and community groups in Dundee, Angus, Fife, Perth and Kinross to engage in global citizenship through active learning. They support Refugee Festival Scotland events, organise CLPL (career long professional learning) on refugee issues to support schools understand more about the issues as well as a whole range of activities to support global citizenship.
Please contact the One World Centre if you would like to find out more, or if you would be interested in volunteering to support their work.
You can also like Dundee Inter Faith Association on Facebook.
News from Dundee
23 June 2016 Courier – story about an event for refugees in the Steeple Church
15 December 2015 TheTele.co.uk – article reporting the first Syrian refugees have arrived in Dundee