Refugees Call for Change is one of the regular refugee-led activities that run to complement JRS UK’s Day Centre. The group offers an open space for refugee friends of JRS UK to gather and discuss openly the problems and experiences they are facing within the UK’s asylum system. It is also a space just to listen and gain some advice from one another. One of the group’s main aims 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 regularly publish blogs and articles on the JRS UK website and elsewhere.
Read Ahmed’s blog: Reporting: A pointless and damaging Home Office condition
Watch Ben, a member of Refugees Call for Change in conversation with with Bishop Paul McAleenan and Director of JRS UK Sarah Teather, in a special online event hosted by the Catholic Bishops Conference of England and Wales:
May 2020: Read an article in The Independent ‘Voices’ written by a member of Refugees Call for Change:‘This is what it feels like to be a destitute asylum seeker in a pandemic’
April 2020: Read Refugees Call for Change’s blog: Displaced and Disappointed: challenges faced by asylum seekers in the UK
Help us continue to provide a space for our refugee friends to have their voices heard. Donate to JRS UK today and help fund activity groups like Refugees Call for Change