Amaya Valcarcel, Jesuit Refugee Service International Advocacy Coordinator, considers the aptness of the law to deal with forced displacement today.
Bandi Mbubi, who came to the UK from the Democratic Republic of Congo as an asylum seeker twenty years ago, tells his story to Thinking Faith.
Louise Zanre, Director of Jesuit Refugee Service UK, begins Thinking Faith’s series for Refugee Week 2011 by asking why a change in popular opinion about refugees is needed now more than ever
The island of Malta has in recent years come under scrutiny with regard to its position as a point of entry into Europe for asylum seekers and refugees attempting to flee Africa via the Mediterranean. Grant Tungay SJ, who spent the summer working there with the Jesuit Refugee Service, describes the plight of those who arrive in Malta under such circumstances, and the legal and political issues surrounding their situation.
Immaculee Ilibagiza shares the power of faith in God through her experience of the Rwandan genocide. She attests that forgiveness is possible - even for those who killed her parents.
A Rwandan woman, who came to the UK to claim asylum after the genocide of 1994, wrote for Thinking Faith in 2008.
Louise Zanre, Director of the Jesuit Refugee Service in the UK, describes its mission and work, and the issues and challenges faced by JRS – and by refugees themselves – in Britain today.
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