Blog: Suffering

Blog articles from JRS UK

“If I work I go to prison”

29 April 2021

On the feast of St Joseph the Worker this weekend, refugees reflect on the ban on working

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“Dying and rising with Jesus”

01 April 2021

Sr Vianney reflects on how refugee friends reflect the suffering of Jesus this Easter Triduum

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

08 February 2021

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

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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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“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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We need to confront the reality of this death in the English Channel

26 August 2020

Sophie explains why we must make it easier, not harder, for people to move when they need to.

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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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2 Chandler Street, London E1W 2QT

020 7488 7310
uk@jrs.net

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