8 January 2018
What do we prioritise in our work and research? How do we bridge the gap between the UK and overseas? What difference does educational support make? We talked to Al-Fanar Media about our history, work and ethos.
'Although it has grown since it began eight years ago, Refugee Support Network maintains a “small is beautiful” ethos. “As an aid organization, you are under pressure to get people through your program,” Catherine Gladwell said. “The danger there is looking only at numbers. The biggest difference our work makes is when we are able to treat people as individuals, not as statistics.”'
Categories: Educational mentoring, Higher education, International, Our team and work, RSN in the media, RSN research