Tackling housing injustice with kindness and hospitality

February 18, 2022

As we mark the UN World Day of Social Justice on Sunday, 20th February 2022, Amy-Leigh Hatton, Accommodation Officer at Jesuit Refugee Service UK, speaks to a refugee friend and reflects on housing injustice and the pervasive impact that a denial of such a basic human right has on refugee friends.

"Excluded from areas of daily life, unable to access basic services, banned from working and unwelcome in the education system – the impact of a life in limbo is devastating. For many refugee friends, housing insecurity and street homelessness is the most pressing consequence of the UK’s hostile environment: it can be felt for decades..." To read the rest of the blog, please click here

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Prayers for Diaconal Ordination

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