Blog: Suffering

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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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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“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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Over 300 pre-paid cards delivered to refugees in need

25 June 2020

Jess shares more on JRS UK's pre-paid MasterCard scheme which allows refugees to buy fresh food

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Volunteers’ Week 2020: “I try to be a friend to them”

04 June 2020

Being a JRS emotional support & befriending volunteer brings worry, but also joy says Chris

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‘A safe place for everyone or a society that self-destructively marginalises the vulnerable?’

19 May 2020

Barring access to public funds & NRPF conditions are cruel policies that perpetuate destitution

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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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Dying to Live – Stories from Refugees on the Road to Freedom

23 April 2020

Danielle Vella shares the importance of refugee storytelling in her new book.

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

020 7488 7310
uk@jrs.net

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