Blog: Detention

Blog articles from JRS UK

St Josephine Bakhita & the International Day of Prayer against Human Trafficking

08 February 2021

On the Feast Day of St Josephine Bakhita, Sr Mary Rose reflects on the victims of trafficking.

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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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“This year we hope”

15 January 2021

Will reflects and shares hopes from our friends who've experienced immigration detention.

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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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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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Changes to detention: “Ultimately, human beings will pay the price.”

29 October 2020

As the Home Secretary announces a new immigration and asylum system, we are at a turning point

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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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“They should be treated with compassion but instead are detained”

02 September 2020

These men we accompany were already wounded on the long journey from home, writes Sr Vui

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Training and fundraising during a pandemic

19 August 2020

"The journey so far has been challenging, but I also feel motivated"

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“They put you there to forget about you”

30 July 2020

On World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, Will reflects on victims suffering in detention

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Jesuit Refugee Service UK
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020 7488 7310
uk@jrs.net

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