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Sara Nathan

Co-founder of Refugees At Home

Sara Nathan is a co-founder of Refugees At Home and volunteers with other refugee charities. She is a journalist by background, mostly in broadcasting, mostly at the BBC. She was Editor of Channel 4 News rather a long time ago. Since then she has had a portfolio of public appointments including on the Ofcom board, Judicial Appointments Commission, as a Public Appointments Assessor and now as a tribunal chair at the Nursing & Midwifery Council.

She has an OBE for fairness and services to broadcasting and is thus, officially, fair.

Surely There Should Be Some Rooms Available For Refugees In One Of The Richest Countries In The World This Christmas?

<img alt="giving back.jpg" src="http://i.huffpost.com/gen/4909110/original.jpg" width="300" height="35" />Our favourite stories at this time of year of course involve babies. Mary is a trafficked Albanian woman. She has been hosted, since the birth of her infant in September, by one of our generous hosts. Can you imagine taking in a total stranger and her newborn?
14/12/2016 17:17 GMT

Hosting A Refugee At Home - A Small Answer To A Big Problem

Our hosts offer anything from a sofa-bed in the living room of a little flat above a shop in the edgy part of North London, to spacious suites with bathrooms in Notting Hill. What each does offer though is a generous heart and a desire to do something to those, and it could be any of us, fleeing war and persecution and facing a deeply uncertain future
15/11/2016 16:39 GMT