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Windrush crisis demands conversion of heart and radically different approach, says Jesuit Refugee Service

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JRS UK Latest News

JRS UK Latest News

Windrush crisis demands conversion of heart and radically different approach, says Jesuit Refugee Service

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JRS UK Blog

Stories of the Windrush citizens brought us face to face with the cruel hostile environment agenda, shares Sophie Cartwright

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JRS UK Blog

JRS UK Blog

Stories of the Windrush citizens brought us face to face with the cruel hostile environment agenda, shares Sophie Cartwright

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JRS UK News

Time to call an end to cruel hostile environment agenda, says Jesuit Refugee Service

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JRS UK News

JRS UK News

Time to call an end to cruel hostile environment agenda, says Jesuit Refugee Service

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JRS UK Latest Report

Read our latest report "Out in the Cold: Homelessness among destitute refugees'

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JRS UK Latest Report

JRS UK Latest Report

Read our latest report "Out in the Cold: Homelessness among destitute refugees'

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Windrush crisis demands conversion of heart and radically different approach, says Jesuit Refugee Service

Following Windrush, the government must make radical changes to their approach to immigration

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Apology to Windrush citizens offers opportunity to overturn cruel hostile environment agenda

Sophie Cartwright tells of how Windrush brought us face to face with the hostile environment

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JRS EUROPE NEWS

Greece: Government Defies Court on Asylum Seekers

Athens, 25 April 2018 – The Greek government’s move on April 20, 2018, overturning a binding court ruling ordering it to end its abusive policy of trapping asylum seekers on...

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INTERNATIONAL NEWS

Kenya: An oasis at the margins

Kakuma, 23 April 2018 – Education remains out of reach for many girls around the world. In Kakuma and other refugee camps, girls continue to face difficulties when it comes to accessing...

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