Holocaust Memorial Day recalls one of the worst crimes in human history. It's also a time to reflect on the heroic and humanitarian actions of those who did all they could to stand with the marginalised and oppressed. Whoever it was that chos
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It irks me a bit when people phrase things in terms of "the British did this" or "the Mexicans did that". An adjective like 'British' or 'Mexican' denotes millions of people - millions who aren't going to do the same thing in a given situatio
"Do not go gentle into that good night; Rage, rage against the dying of the light." The Welsh poet, Dylan Thomas, wrote those words in 1951. A few years earlier, on 19th April 1943, Jewish Poles in the Warsaw Ghetto lived them. On the
Note from Luke: for today's blog post on UN Human Rights Day, Pete tells the fascinating story of his family's arrival in Britain over 100 years ago and how the establishment of human rights has changed how we think about refugees. Over to Pete!