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Help and Support


Additional sites for more support


These websites were shared by our Teaching through Crisis interviewees.


Charities and organisations 


  • The Pandora Project >> helping with the mental health and well-being of helpers and aid workers.  


  • BALEAP EAP work to encourage and facilitate social justice work within English for Academic Purposes (including widening participation to refugee background students) 

         >> BALEAP's EAP for Social Justice Special Interest Group website  










  • Video: British children and child refugees ask and answer questions about the refugee crisis in 2016 >> Children asking children 


  • Video: To help children grasp the stories of refugees and what they go through, Save the Children have produced this video. The video can help teach Australian children about where refugees come from, what happened in their countries, and why they fled danger >> What is a refugee?  


  • Video animation: International Refugee Assistance Project (for teenagers) >> A Refugee’s Journey - Animation (Teenagers), IRAP (International Refugee Assistance Project)