- Dec 5, 2019
A gruesome discovery of 39 bodies in a refrigerated container on a truck in Essex on Wednesday morning “highlights the urgent need for more safe and legal routes to migrate and to seek asylum,” says the director of the Jesuit Refugee Service UK.
Refugee advocates are opposed to the decision announced by the Trump administration Sept. 26 that it plans to admit no more than 18,000 refugees in the next fiscal year, the lowest number since the resettlement program was created in 1980.
Britain’s leading Catholic refugee agency is concerned after the death of a Nigerian man at an immigrant detention center last week.
A new report says Britain needs a more humane asylum system, giving asylum seekers opportunities to work and participate in the community.
An investigative news report showing that nearly 40 percent of people held at Scotland’s only immigration removal center are classified as “adults at risk” is “deeply troubling,” according to the head of the Britain’s chief Catholic refugee agency.
Britain is “seriously failing” human trafficking victims, according to the head of the Jesuit Refugee Service UK.