Posts Tagged "asylum"

Human Too

Jul 30 2015

I am white, middle-aged, white-haired, a woman and a refugee. There are of course many other things that make me who I…

Making a New Bed by Peter Lind

Jul 07 2015

To mark the Refugee Week 2015  we are publishing a series of excellent articles by students taking an MA in International Journalism at City University. We are very…

A Second Torture: The UK’s Fast Track to Despair by Josie Le Blond

Jun 25 2015

To mark the Refugee Week 2015  we are publishing a series of excellent articles by students taking an MA in International Journalism at City University. We are very…

Suspended Between Torture and Refuge: Zimbabwean Asylum Seekers in the UK by Kate Johnson

Jun 16 2015

To mark the Refugee Week 2015  we are publishing a series of excellent articles by students taking an MA in International Journalism at City University. We are very…

Churches’ Refugee Network Speaks Up for Dignity and Respect

Mar 25 2015

At its annual conference held in Islington on Saturday 21 March, the Churches’ Refugee Network passed unanimously a Position Statement calling for…

When support isn’t always supportive

Oct 01 2014

As part of our blog series looking at the isolation that our members face, ‘This is how it feels to be lonely‘ , The Forum’s…

Getting the right to stay in the UK: the beginning of a new struggle

Sep 30 2014

As part of our blog series looking at the isolation that our members face, ‘This is how it feels to be lonely‘ ,…

How to solve a problem like Calais?

Sep 09 2014

  “The migrants should be deported from French territory and placed in closed detention centres until they can be sent home.”  These…

Time to put an end to indefinite detention.

Sep 01 2014

Image copyright DIBP images Over 30,000 people were locked up in the UK last year – but not because they had committed a…

Coming to a cinema near you – Tina Gharavi’s BAFTA nominated film, I Am Nasrine

Jun 10 2013

Tina was one of our 2013 Migrant and Refugee Women of the Year. She is also a BAFTA nominated filmmaker for her…