Blog: Detention

Blog articles from JRS UK

“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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“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

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Hidden in plain sight: immigration detention during COVID-19

07 May 2020

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

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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

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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

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“Mixed-emotions and surreal feelings”: a visit to a Detention Centre

21 January 2020

Jo Biernat recounts the moving experience of her first visit to Harmondsworth & Colnbrook IRCs

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Volunteer Reflection Day: ‘A heart-warming encounter’

19 November 2019

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

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“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.

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

020 7488 7310
uk@jrs.net

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