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Blog articles from JRS UK

Giving a refugee friend a chance to live in dignity

14 July 2021

By opening their homes to a stranger, our volunteer hosts respond to the call for hospitality

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“A denial of dialogue and encounter, and an absence of the need to truly understand”

01 July 2021

We are facing the creation of a system so inhuman, it will not listen to people claiming asylum

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“The impact of a listening ear and a functioning bike”

23 June 2021

Miriam shares the impact of your donations to the refugee friends’ hardship fund.

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“To walk together is both our nature and our deep need.”

17 June 2021

This Refugee Week volunteer Chris reflects on the experiences of immigration detainees.

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We Cannot Walk Alone

09 June 2021

Jo invites you to connect with the creative work of refugee friends this Refugee Week

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The one-stop process in the New Plan for Immigration – a cynical attack on due process

08 June 2021

For a long time, the asylum system has been warped by a culture of disbelief, writes Sophie

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“To volunteer is to act out of love”

01 June 2021

Sarah Teather, Director of JRS UK, shares a message of thanks for Volunteers' Week

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“Determining the worthiness of those seeking sanctuary on the basis of how they got to the UK is inhumane, destructive, and dishonest”

19 May 2021

The New Plan for Immigration wilfully ignores the realities of forced migration writes Sophie

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Baby Bundles that bring joy & wellbeing to refugee families

13 May 2021

"One of my favourite tasks is to compile a baby bundle for friends" writes Jasmine

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Hope of a secure home turned to horror for those held at Napier barracks

12 May 2021

Sophie shares the experiences of those seeking asylum, this Mental Health Awareness week

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