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
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
Guides
How Your Church Can Support Asylum Seekers In Hotels
How Your Church Can Support Asylum Seekers In Hotels
Compassionate Communities, a project of the Anglican Diocese of London, has produced a helpful guide for churches wanting to support asylum seekers temporarily placed in hotels.
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March
09
2021
Author
Rev Jo Burke
Research and Reports
Lift the Ban: Common Sense
Lift the Ban: Common Sense
This report from the Lift The Ban coalition shows that there is clear evidence in favour of giving people seeking asylum the right to work.
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August
01
2020
Author
Lift the Ban Coalition
Research and Reports
Wake Up Call: How Government Contracts fail People seeking Asylum
Wake Up Call: How Government Contracts fail People seeking Asylum
42 refugee support organisations across the UK have published a report based on evidence they provided to the National Audit Office during its investigation into the Home Office’s new asylum support contracts.
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July
03
2020
Author
Asylum Matters
Research and Reports
Beyond Belief: How the Home Office fails survivors of torture at the asylum interview
Beyond Belief: How the Home Office fails survivors of torture at the asylum interview
This research, grounded in the perspectives of survivors of torture themselves, looks in depth at caseworker practice in the asylum interview and explores the implications of poor practice for survivors and for the quality of asylum decisions.
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June
29
2020
Author
Freedom From Torture

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