On the eve of the Second World War British communities put pressure on the government to help 10,000 kids escape Nazi Germany. 80 years on, child refugees still need safe passage. Today it's our turn.

Thousands of children are still fleeing war and they need safe passage to the UK. Again today we need to establish a lasting route to safety for child refugees at risk from across the world.

We’re asking the Government to do the same again, resettle 10,000 child refugees over the next 10 years.

places pledged by local councils for child refugees so far

Come and get involved

On this important anniversary we need your help to continue this proud legacy of resettling refugees. By signing up we’ll email you about how you can get involved with the campaign both locally and nationally.