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This article was written by Mike at Still Human, Still Here: The percentage of British people who say the UK should accept fewer or no Syrian refugees has increased by 22 points since September, according to a YouGov opinion poll published on 18 November. The group who say Britain should accept no Syrian refugees whatsoever (24%) outnumber […]
Applications: In Q3, there were 10,156 asylum applications, compared with 6,203 in Q2 Decisions: There were 6,755 initial decisions in Q3, of which 36% were grants of asylum (2,450) and 1% were grants of HP/DL (76). This compares with 6,318 initial decisions in Q2, of which 37% were grants of asylum (2,360) and 1% were […]
A Big Rummage event will take place on Saturday 28th November 10:00 – 16:00. Volunteers willing to help sort donations are asked to contact [email protected] or call him on 07999 795863. The event will take place at the sorting centre at Richmond Hill Leisure Centre, off Pontefract Lane – on Cross Aysgarth Mount, Richmond Hill, […]
Asylum law blog https://www.freemovement.org.uk/ Not for the faint hearted, but it’s very good, very clear information.
Singing is officially good for your health: it brings people together and lifts people’s spirits. Harmony is a community choir that welcomes refugees and asylum seekers and also pays bus fares for asylum seekers to attend. They welcome new members at any time, as well as welcoming invitations to sing at events. Click on the […]
All Welcome We’ll be joined the Deputy CEO of Leeds Council, James Rogers LMP Agenda December 2015 Minutes 27 August 2015 2015 August Action Plan update – quarter 1 James Rogers Profile July 2015 Questions and comments for James The room is booked at Ebor Court, from 9.30am
Are you based in Leeds, working with asylum seekers, refugees, or other migrants..? Do you think you or your group could use the internet more effectively..? Are you still a bit baffled by how to do things online..? Do you have ideas about what you could do with technology, but no idea how to do […]
Book now to avoid disappointment https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/asylum-fresh-claims-workshop-tickets-5200376466
After weeks of very hard work, the Collection/Sorting Depot at Richmond Hill* will open on Saturday 21st November. If you know of anyone who has been collecting clothing or other good for refugees (and is running out of storage) – this is the place to take stuff – between 10am and 4pm, on 21st November. […]
Excellent resource on housing rights, covering all migrants (including people without recourse to public funds)here http://www.housing-rights.info
Thanks to Dave Paterson from United Against Poverty for this list of all the places where people without recourse to public funds can get food. “People can access food repeatedly more than 3 times from 5 out of the 6 venues. Harehills Lane Baptist is still 3 food parcels every 6 months but this may change.” […]