Briefing
Safe and Legal Routes to the UK
Safe and Legal Routes to the UK
This briefing has been put together by Amnesty International at the request of MPs David Simmons, Neil Coyle and Tim Farron, and Lord Bishop Butler. It is a clear and concise explanation of what is and isn't available in terms of safe and legal routes to the UK.
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January
10
2022
Author
Amnesty International
Research and Reports
In a Place like Prison
In a Place like Prison
This report is the result of in-depth interviews with fourteen people in the asylum system with recent experience of living in institutional asylum accommodation. Although individuals’ experiences were different, there were a number of common themes which surfaced again and again in the stories they told.
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December
17
2021
Author
Asylum Matters
Briefing
An analysis of Channel Crossings & Asylum Outcomes
An analysis of Channel Crossings & Asylum Outcomes
This briefing published by the Refugee Council reveals that the men, women and children who come across the Channel in small boats are likely to be allowed to remain in the UK as refugees with only just over a third of those arriving not being deemed in need of protection.
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November
18
2021
Author
Refugee Council
Guides
Together With Refugees Campaign Pack
Together With Refugees Campaign Pack
The together with Refugees Coalition has produced a Campaign Pack to aid organisations and individuals that want to welcome refugees into the UK and oppose the draconian and inhumane Nationality and Borders Bill that is making its way through parliament in the autumn of 2021.
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September
21
2021
Author
Together with Refugees
Guides
Toolkit for Supporting Afghan Refugees
Toolkit for Supporting Afghan Refugees
The Church of England has produced an excellent Toolkit for Supporting Afghan Refugees, including tips on practical help, advocacy, prayer and comprehensive links to other organisations. **Please note: this toolkit is the best advice available as of 7/9/21 BUT IS LIABLE TO CHANGE […]
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September
09
2021
Author
Mission and Public Affairs Division of the Church of England
Research and Reports
Being Human in the Asylum System
Being Human in the Asylum System
This report from JRS UK seeks to envisage a just and person-centred asylum system by bringing refugee experience and policy analysis into conversation with Catholic Social Teaching, against the backdrop of new, deeply troubling government proposals for an overhaul of the asylum system.
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April
21
2021
Author
Jesuit Refugee Service

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