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Vacancy – Immigration Advice Caseworker

Vacancy – Immigration Advice Caseworker

An exciting new opportunity has arisen with Samphire as our pro bono Immigration advice team is expanding and we are looking for an Immigration Advice Caseworker.  This is a permanent part time role.  Samphire’s vision is for a society which is inclusive and...

A Big Thank You to All Our Funders!

A Big Thank You to all our Funders I’m now able to share with you the exciting news that the National Lottery Reaching Communities fund has agreed to extent Samphire’s grant funding for another 3 years.  The National Lottery are Samphire’s...

Press Release – Deal Winter Lights Parade

Press Release – Deal Winter Lights Parade

Deal Pier Winter Lights Lantern Procession On Friday 15 December, Deal Pier was lit up with a beautiful lantern parade organised by local human rights charity Samphire in partnership with Deal Town Council and local school children. The event began at the entrance to...

The Class Divide: A Tale of Two Tragedies

In a world that has seemingly become divided by class, where the plight of the marginalised is often overshadowed by the glamour of the wealthy, it is crucial to shed light on the stark contrast between the rescue efforts and media coverage surrounding the Greek...

Choose Compassion This Refugee Week

In a world often dominated by divisions, uncertainties, and barriers, it is within the depths of compassion that the light of humanity shines brightest. Within the intricate tapestry of human existence, the UK asylum system stands as a critical test of our collective...

Migration Chaos: The Forgotten Women

As another international women’s day passes, our thoughts turn to the desperate women arriving on our shores in small boats. Obviously the subject of small boat crossings continues to dominate in the media and in government, but so often all we hear is ‘fighting age...

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