‘I Might Have Been Stuck In Calais’: Lord Dubs On Being A Child Refugee In 2020
Published on 29 Oct 2020
Lord Alf Dubs is the latest person to join us for our #BigQuestions series. Dubs came to the UK as part of the the 1939 Kindertransport rescue effort which brought around 10,000 children to safety amid the atrocities of the Holocaust.
He is now a Labour peer in the House of Lords, one who campaigns vocally for the rights of child refugees to be protected following Britain’s departure from the European Union.
EachOther has put its Big Questions to Dubs, in an interview which covers everything from his experiences as a refugee, to his assessment of the government’s migration policies and his concerns about the rise of the far-right.
Thanks for joining us, Lord Dubs.
Read our full interview here:
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