Blog: Detention

Blog articles from JRS UK

“Looking forward, we need status for all”

09 July 2020

We have glimpsed the possibility of a kinder society & we don't have to go back, writes Sophie

[READ]

Hidden in plain sight: immigration detention during COVID-19

07 May 2020

Those experiencing immigration detention face added barriers during the pandemic, writes Will

[READ]

Legal Blog: Why COVID-19 is a threat to UK asylum seekers

16 April 2020

In a guest blog, Cameron outlines the risks faced by asylum seekers during the pandemic

[READ]

Displaced and Disappointed: challenges faced by asylum seekers in the UK

09 April 2020

'Refugees Call for Change' write their first blog on life as an asylum seeker in the UK

[READ]

Volunteer Reflection Day: ‘A heart-warming encounter’

19 November 2019

Beatrice, our detention outreach manager & Sr Linda reflect on JRS's first Volunteer Day

[READ]

“We owe it to those silenced to use our voice well”

13 November 2019

By voting, we have a duty to consider those refused asylum, writes Sophie our Policy Officer.

[READ]

What Does Freedom Mean?

11 October 2019

Detention Volunteer Chris speaks on what 'freedom' means to him in light of Prisons Week 2019

[READ]

“We’re leading each other out of our prisons, unlocking our hearts”

11 October 2019

For Prisons Week 2019, Eamonn reflects on what visiting detainees has taught him about freedom

[READ]

There is a longing for a system that is for welfare, not for harm

11 July 2019

Sophie, JRS UK's Policy Officer, reflects on our latest report and the context of love at JRS.

[READ]

Arrupe Internship

19 June 2019

JRS UK's Arrupe Intern, Jasmine Husseini, speaks about her experience working with JRS.

[READ]

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

020 7488 7310
uk@jrs.net

Subscribe to our newsletter

Subscribe