No matter who you are, how old you are or where in the world you are, we believe with all our hearts that education isn’t a privilege but a fundamental human right.

We uphold this right, we fight for it and we enable it. Unconstrained by bricks and mortar, unconcerned by age limits our classrooms are open to everyone. More than just algebra and verbs, this is relearning life in another language. To ask for a loaf of bread, to make new friends, to talk to a doctor about your child. This is education that helps you take back control and regain a sense of self so that life can begin.

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From Brighton to Barcelona

The European Tour continues. Alon and Melissa are back and now we are planning for the Crisis Classroom to continue its work.  Each day we are adding more amazing humans to the teams, reaching more people who want to learn and sharing skills, language, culture and friendship wherever we go.

Mo's Sand Painting Workshops

Mo supports support newcomers to the great city of Brighton & Hove by running Art workshops that bring people together to make beautiful sand paintings, talk and heal.  Everyone loves Mo’s workshops, please help him keep running them.

Right Here Right Now

If you’re local and you’d like to do something to help others learn the skills and knowledge they need to get to the next step on their journey, we’d love to hear from you.

Fundraising Fridays

Fundraising Fridays are a great way to do something amazing and life-changing for someone else without having to leave the comforts of your own home.  Download the resource pack and away you go!

Suzie's Yard

Suzie’s Yard is an organic farm in Southern Tuscany, near to the beautiful town of Cetona. Owned and operated by Suzie Alexander, a passionate humanitarian and advocate of traditional farming methods, Suzie has been opening her home and sharing recipes with the local migrant community since July 2017.  Find out what’s happening now.

Supporting Refugees with their Further Education

We run courses in understanding the impact that trauma can have on learning and how to manage the overwhelming experiences that come with settling in to a new home.

Partner Projects

If you’re a partner project and you’d like to work with our volunteers then please get in touch. Just let us know if there are any particular skills you’re looking for and we’ll do our very best to help. [email protected] or [email protected] 


The Darfur School

The Darfur School was our first Crisis Classroom, built by a community of young men from Sudan in the Calais Jungle refugee camp in 2016.