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Hearts and Hopes is an intercultural child voice project, which connects children in England with children seeking sanctuary around the world. This short video shows our work as we prepared letters, artwork and messages to take for children living in the refugee camp known as 'the Jungle' in Calais, France.

Please WATCH, SUPPORT and SHARE our brand new schools appeal for essential items for the children we met this summer who have fled conflict and are living alone in the notorious 'Jungle' refugee camp in Calais. Donation points in Leeds and Leicester until the end of October 2016.

Essential item appeal for unaccompanied child refugees living the 'Jungle' camp, Calais
Hearts and Hopes Part 1 July 2016
Hearts and Hopes Messages from the UK to children in Lebanon August 2016
Hearts and Hopes Messages from Syrian children, displaced in Lebanon to children in England. August 2016
Hearts and Hopes Photo Exhibition at the West Yorkshire Playhouse, October 2016

Hearts and Hopes is an intercultural child voice project, which connects children in England with children seeking Sanctuary around the world. Here local children learn about the conflict in Syria and they prepare messages of hope and peace to be taken for Syrian children displaced in neighbouring Lebanon. 

Hearts and Hopes is an intercultural child voice project, which connects children in England with children seeking Sanctuary around the world. Here Syrian children living in Lebanon send messages back to children in England. 

Hearts and Hopes is committed to raising the profile of refugee children and advocating for their rights. One of the ways we do this is through photo exhibitions and presentations. Hearts and Hopes were invited to exhibit work and speak at the Beyond Borders Conference held at The West Yorkshire Playhouse.      

Hearts and Hopes Part 2 The Journey so Far. February 2017

Hearts and Hopes have been shortlisted for a Child Friendly Leeds award. This film captures our journey so far!