Kindertransport anniversary

Kindertransport anniversary: it’s our turn, campaigners urge government

In 1938 the UK launched what became known as the Kindertransport scheme, an organised rescue effort that saw 10,000 predominantly Jewish children given refuge from Nazi persecution.
 
Exactly 80 years later a group of campaigners, including Baptist ministers emboldened by the response of their local council, will ask the Government to protect today’s unaccompanied refugee children – and they request your prayers.

Baptist minister explains more.


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