10 February 2016 Tickets for the Forum at the University of Kent and The Refugee Tales Walk are still available. Booking for Tickets for Day Walkers opened on 2 March 2016. The Booking page is here.
What does welcome look like? What makes difference in your clients on how you welcome them? What is the impact of your work in your life? How do you see the world now? When I came to UK one year ago, it was an opportunity to see how the world […]
A cold coming we had of it to Wapping. Day-long journeys across the country; rail replacement buses in the early morning light; wayward tickets; engineering works; a poignant text crying ‘I’m lost’. Nearly 50 travellers arrived at last at the Jesuit Refugee Services Centre to wide smiles, open arms and […]
And if you say ‘What has indefinite detention got to do with Refugee Tales?’ We say…watch this film and share with your friends. Thank you.
On a lovely autumnal day in October more than 40 walkers came together for a Refugee Tales reunion walk. We wandered through the parks and woodlands of Croydon in South East London discovering a new side to a borough, which many people had only seen from a train window or […]
– 3 July 2015 – Unexpected symbols of solidarity. As the Refugee Tales walkers left the crypt of Canterbury Cathedral, we heard the Pilgrims’ Blessing of Macrina Weiderkehr. One particular line that went unnoticed on the day has come back to me as I’ve reflected on our experiences of the […]
– 2 July 2015 – For the Detainee Welfare Group walkers I’m watching you dawdle two-by-two on a path through an open field. Your slow motion isn’t, I can tell, because you can’t go fast or you’re dreading to come to the end. You are taking time, which is empty […]
– 2 July 2015 –
Well, she has finished now but you may want to give to Gatwick Detainees Welfare Group in solidarity with her achievement. Andrea’s just giving page is here: