Join the ‘Dubs Now’ Day of action this Friday 1 December
Collect for the appeal and/or join the delegations to France on 8-10 December.
Lord Alf Dubs, the author of the ‘Dubs Amendment’ on unaccompanied child refugees has given his support to the Stand Up To Racism & Care4Calais Winter Refugee Appeal.
Lord Dubs is supporting a ‘send off’ of volunteers who will be traveling to France to offer solidarity to refugees in Northern France and Belgium on the weekend of 8-10 December.
The send off will take place at 5pm at Downing Street on the evening of Friday 8 December, please join us to send off volunteers and bring collections if you can. .
Lord Dubs will also be supporting a ‘Dubs Now’ day of action in the build up to the solidarity weekend this Friday 1 December.
Stand Up To Racism and Care4Calais are working together to raise financial support and much needed items to ease the suffering of refugees now scattered across Northern France and Belgium after the closure a year ago of the ‘Jungle’ refugee camp in Calais by French authorities.
They are also joining the growing outcry against the governments failure to offer the care and support needed towards unaccompanied child refugees.
Join in this Friday 1 December with the ‘Dubs Now’ day of action. Collect on Friday and get a workplace, campus, community ‘Dubs Now’ photo, post on Facebook and/or tweet using the #DubsNow hashtag
Download ‘Dubs Now’ Selfie here.
Winter Appeal Collection sheet here
Winter Appeal statement here
To join the delegations to France 8-10 December email email@example.com
Arrangements in Calais 8-10 December
If you have a car book onto a Eurotunnel or a Ferry to Calais. Let us know times of arrival. Aim to arrive Friday night or Saturday morning before midday.
We recommend the youth hostel for affordable accommodation in Calais.
If you have no car, we may have space – if not you can take train to Dover and take ferry to Calais as a foot passenger. We can arrange to meet you in Calais.