Blog: Comment

Blog articles from JRS UK

“What happens to my neighbour matters to me, it is my job to care for my neighbour”

16 February 2021

Cruelty is seen as a legitimate & effective means of immigration control in 2021, writes Sophie

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“I don’t feel that I’m left behind”: Laptops, smartphones and the strength to carry on  

12 February 2021

Without basic technology many of our refugee friends are disconnected from society writes Jo

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“Yet another wall where we desperately needed a bridge”

28 January 2021

New immigration rules add another barrier to sanctuary for those seeking asylum, writes Sophie

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Reporting: A pointless and damaging Home Office condition

22 December 2020

Ahmed sheds light on a practice used to undermine & degrade those seeking asylum.

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Can the UK Government decide to arbitrarily deny asylum claims?

11 December 2020

Interview with Legal Officer Michael Tarnoky on the UK's recent changes to immigration rules

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“All that I ask of God, is that I am not indifferent to suffering”

02 December 2020

How an Argentine folk singer's moving lyrics provide inspiration for JRS's work in detention

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Hope, preparation and generosity for our refugee friends

12 November 2020

"Every day I speak with refugee friends who are suffering. They are waiting to feel welcome"

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Messages of hope and solidarity

05 November 2020

Jo invites you to send a little bit of hope to our refugee friends this Christmas

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“I am really happy today, because I just got my JRS food parcel!”

16 October 2020

On World Food Day, Rhiannon thanks those who help JRS UK ease our refugee friends' hunger

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“Their freedom taken by each turning key”

14 October 2020

This Prisons Week, Will reflects on the sense of freedom lost among our friends in detention

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Jesuit Refugee Service UK
The Hurtado Jesuit Centre
2 Chandler Street, London E1W 2QT

020 7488 7310
uk@jrs.net

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