Refugees Call for Change offers an open space for our refugee friends to gather and discuss voluntarily the problems and experiences they are facing within the UK’s asylum system. It can also be a space just to listen and gain some advice. The group’s aim is for their voices to be heard so that others can have an idea about what life is like as an asylum seeker in the UK.
The group hope to regularly publish a series of blogs and articles on the JRS UK website and elsewhere.
And article in The Independent ‘Voices’: ‘This is what it feels like to be a destitute asylum seeker in a pandemic’ (4th May 2020)