This report looked into the experiences of people seeking asylum living in hotel accommodation in England: it is a follow-up on our research report on the same topic from last year. The report identified a range of problems and challenges as a result of insufficient support provided in asylum hotels. It provides an update on the situation for people living in hotels, with new information […]
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.
The Jubilee+ Refugee Network (formerly R2C2, the Refugee Resource Centre for Churches), was set up as a partner project between Jubilee+ and the Boaz Trust to fill a gap in resourcing churches across the country involved in this vital work.
Now embedded within Jubilee+, our vision is to see churches increasingly playing a major role in welcoming, loving and supporting refugees and asylum seekers in the UK, both through practical action and as a voice for justice, so they can integrate, flourish and play a full part in society.
This website, and our growing network of partners, has been set up to facilitate churches and individual Christians (of all denominations) to work effectively towards that vision.