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.
<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?
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
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