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”It is difficult to find the words to explain how much it means to me what Asylum Justice did. When I was told by my previous solicitors that they could not represent me, I was sent to Asylum Justice. I was scared and the preparation was very difficult. But with the help of Ruth and Hussein, I understood what this moment could mean for my life. I cannot thank Asylum Justice enough, I can now live my life without the worry that I will be sent back to my home country. I am no longer scared. I hope to be able to repay Asylum Justice one day in the future and to share my experiences with people who have gone through what I have.” Please note we ...

Quiz Night at Asylum Justice

Asylum Justice are happy to announce that we will be taking part in this year's Great Legal Quiz and invite you to join. Despite what the name says, the questions will not be of the legal variety and will instead be like your regular pub quiz. The Great Legal Quiz is a fantastic way to raise funds for legal services at the forefront of providing specialist advice to the most vulnerable in society. Advice that they would be unable to receive if it were not for charities such as Asylum Justice. Enjoy a wonderful social event accompanied by delicious food cooked by Steen the chef. All funds raised will go straight to Asylum Justice. Where, when ...

Asylum Justice at the 2018 Cardiff Legal Walk

Intrepid trustees, volunteers and staff members have signed up to complete the 10k Cardiff Legal Walk on 27th September to raise funds for Asylum Justice. Last year we raised over £1000 to help Asylum Justice continue to provide advice and free legal support to some of the most vulnerable in our community. This year, we'd like to raise more, so please sponsor us if you can - the link to our fundraising page is below. AJ Fundraising page Thank you

Asylum Justice AGM 2018

The 2018 Asylum Justice AGM will be held on Thursday 20 September at 5:30pm at City United Reformed Church, Windsor Place, Cardiff CF10 3BZ (off Queens Street, behind Sainsbury's). All are welcome to attend!

Dr Barbara Harrell-Bond OBE

The trustees, employees, volunteers and beneficiaries of Asylum Justice would like to send our deepest condolences to the family of our patron Dr. Barbara Harrell-Bond OBE, who passed away on 11th July 2018.  Her dedication to the rights of refugees is reflected in the legacy she leaves behind. Founder of the Refugee Studies Centre at the University of Oxford, Dr. Harrell-Bond went on the focus on the Global South, establishing several projects, programmes and networks including AMERA International, which was established to provide legal aid to refugees. In more recent years, Dr. Harrell-Bond established Rights in Exile to create a global hub for ...

Lloyds TSB Foundation Grant Received

We are delighted to announce that Lloyds TSB have given us a three year grant. This will be used to fund a part-time office and volunteer co-ordinator, rent and rates, IT, stationery and volunteer training costs.

Easter Monday Drop-in closure

The Drop-in surgery will be closed on Easter Monday 2nd April; we will be open as usual on Monday 9th April. Have a good Easter!

How Family Reunion Policy Affects People in Wales

Current family reunion rules place huge barriers on which family members of refugees settled in the UK are allowed to reunite within the UK. For many families who have already experienced untold horrors, this enforced separation is heartbreaking and significantly adds to suffering. On Friday 16th March 2018,  MPs will vote on the Family Reunion Bill that would make vital changes needed to allow more refugee families, torn apart by war and persecution, to be reunited in safety in the UK.  Help us make sure as many MPs as possible take this opportunity by turning up to parliament that day and supporting this Bill. What you can do: Read more ...

Drop-in closure 25/12/2017 and 01/01/2018

The Drop-in surgery will be closed on Christmas Monday 25/12/2017 and New Year's Day 01/01/2018 because these are bank holidays. We will open again on Monday 08/01/2018.

Thank you!

A very big thank you to all our invaluable Asylum Justice volunteers - including those who were unable to come to the bring and share party we had on the 8th of December - without whom we would not be able to provide our legal advice service!