Do you have children, or do you have links to a school in your community? Perhaps you’re a teacher or work in a school in some other capacity?
If you can get your local school involved and interested in supporting refugees, you might be really surprised by the results.
For teachers, talking about refugees provides a way for children to experience the wider world around them, by hearing people’s stories and imagining how they would feel in a similar situation.
For parents, you might be surprised at how engaged the children become with the issues, and just how much they get out of it.
Watch teachers, pupils and parents at Edmison Heights School in Peterborough, Canada, talking about what how they all loved doing their bit for a local refugee family.