Join the UK's Biggest Family Photo Album

families-together-1200x1200px-homepage.jpgFamily photos can capture wonderful moments of love and togetherness - the first day at school, a holiday snap, or a shared family meal. But for refugees separated from their families by unfair UK rules, these photos are often their most cherished possession.

The Home Secretary Sajid Javid could change these rules and make a lasting difference to refugees in the UK. 

You have the power to make this a reality.

How to get involved

We’re creating the UK’s biggest collection of real family photos to show the Home Secretary that the UK believes in keeping families together. We need as many photos as possible so that he can’t ignore us - that’s where you come in!

Submit a photo of your family below and we’ll add it to our giant album to be displayed at Parliament in October.

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Please ensure you have consent from everyone who appears in the photo.

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