Kirklees Refugees and Friends Together has dealt with at least 10 other cases of people who have been caught using false documents and have been sentenced to terms of imprisonment up to a year.
What does KRAFT stand for?
KRAFT stands for Kirklees Refugees and Friends Together (UK)
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- Kentucky River Area Development District
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- Klub Rasy Alaskan Malamute (Polish: Alaskan Malamute Club Race)
- Kent Refugee Action Network (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Alan Brooke, of Kirklees Refugees and Friends Together, helps Huddersfield asylum seekers.
Kirklees Refugees and Friends Together also got pounds 10,000.
Kirklees Refugees and Friends Together (Kraft) could have to slash services due to a three-month gap in finances.
Kirklees Refugees and Friends Together (Kraft), and the Holocaust Survivors' Friendship Association also presented writing and drama pieces.
Dara Ahmed, of the Kurdish Cultural Community Kirklees and Alan Brooke, of Kirklees Refugees and Friends Together, said: "We believe that many of the Iraqi asylum seekers here have much to contribute to the UK and will also acquire further skills, which will be useful for the reconstruction of their homeland when they decide to return.
Hot news Greenhead College students Karen Soraci (left) and Heidi Johnson with a Kraft client STUDENTS from Greenhead College in Huddersfield have joined with Kirklees Refugees And Friends Together to produce a newsletter.
The Kirklees Refugees and Friends Together group (Kraft) will use the money to help furnish an advice centre for staff and volunteers.