DUBS COURT CASE

Find out about our Dubs Amendment court case with the government.

On the 20th June, Help Refugees took the British government to court over their failure to properly assess local councils’ capacity to take in unaccompanied minors under the Dubs Amendment.

In over 1 year, the UK has only managed to transfer 200 children under the scheme. Such gross incompetence and foot-dragging from the Home Office has put children’s lives at risk.

That’s why we’re asking the courts to intervene, and make sure the Home Office conduct a legitimate, lawful consultation with local councils. We know that if done properly, the UK has the space to offer a safe home and future to hundreds more child refugees.

Please share this page calling for #DubsNow if you support our case to reopen Dubs.

Whatever happens, there are still 95,000 unaccompanied refugee children in Europe. We do our best to reach and help as many as possible. To help us help them, please donate now.

Dubs Press Release

Read our press release for the Dubs court case against the British government. More

Dubs: Fact Sheet

Everything you need to know about our Dubs court case with the government. More

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