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Syrian Kitchen TV

Syrian Kitchen TV


One of Shropshire's resettled Syrian women, Eman -  now has her very own Youtube Channel!

Syrian Kitchen TV, which already has over 50 subscribers.


Given the number of other Shropshire folk that have been asking for recipes having experienced delicious Syrian food at Shropshire Supports Refugee events,

there are sure to be more followers very soon. Perhaps you will be one of them.


Follow the link to this video on how to cook chicken and potato in a Syrian way.


Don't forget to like and subscribe!

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Syrian Cooking in Shroshire Garden

A Syrian Cooking in a Shropshire Garden.


In celebration of International Refugee Day one of the resettled woman Nidaa,  with Shropshire Supports Refugees very own Kariman Chekakhwa made a video of Nidaa cooking a traditional Syrian dish in a very Shropshire Garden.


We at Shropshire Supports Refugees are so excited about the coming year and the different ways the resettled women are going to share their talents and delicious food .

This video has been edited by another talented resettled Syrian Shropshire lad whose talents with film and music are going to make him a star to watch shine we are all sure.

You can hear how talented he is by listening to  Brothers in Faith by A.B. Official on our Music page. 

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Films to Watch

Watch a Film

As part of Refugee Week, one of the recommended simple acts is to watch a film:

Here are our recommendations for short films

Follow the link to Moving Worlds where you will also find links to feature length films.

BBC Learning: ‘Seeking Refuge’ Series 

Seeking Refuge. Five animated stories giving a unique insight into the lives of young people who have sought refuge in the UK, told by the children themselves. Five animated stories giving a unique insight into the lives of young people who have sought refuge in the UK, told by the children themselves.

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UNICEF: Unfairy Tales ~ Malak and the boat

This is the first animation in our 'Unfairy Tales' series that brings to life the true stories of the Syrian crisis' youngest survivors. 7-year-old Malak fled with her family from war-torn Syria and braved a dangerous journey across the Mediterranean. "I had a lot of friends, now there is no one left," Malak says.

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Rain is Beautiful

A film by Nick Francis ( & Marc Silver (
Omar, a Somali refugee, fled the war in Libya last year to live in a camp on the country's border with Tunisia. This episode of his story, Rain is Beautiful, begins with emotional farewells at the camp as Omar leaves his friends behind to begin a new life in Sandviken in northern Sweden. He is met at Stockholm airport by the Swedish migration board, visits a doctor, gets his 'right to remain' signed and learns what margarine is.

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Amnesty International - When you don't exist

People move to Europe for different reasons. Some flee persecution or war. Others leave because of chronic poverty. They hope to find a safer, better future in Europe. But too often they find a different reality. Europe is failing migrants, refugees and asylum-seekers. Negative attitudes to asylum-seekers and migrants are widespread. European countries are stepping up measures to control migration. This can cause serious human rights violations. People on the move have their rights violated, often out of the public eye. They are effectively made invisible.

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To learn more about Amnesty International's campaign, please visit:

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