On Thursday 29th September 2016 at least four Asylum justice Trustees – Sian, Vicky, Bernie and Alison - will be walking the 10km Cardiff Legal Walk - to raise funds for Asylum Justice.
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Amnesty Cardiff presents a special panel discussion focusing on work that is being done in Wales to help Refugees. The panel is comprised of local experts and activists Nizar Dahan, Richard Eynon and Emma Borland. A Q&A session will follow the panel discussion. For more information and to register, please visit https://amnestycardiff.org/2016/06/03/event-special-panel-on-refugees/
Asylum Justice is launching an emergency appeal for funds to ensure the life-saving service it delivers can continue. The fundraising drive, #SaveAsylumJustice, will be officially launched at 7.00pm on Wednesday, 25 May at Waterloo Tea in Wyndham Arcade, Cardiff. Ruth Brown, Legal Director of Asylum Justice, said: “We’ve been able to support so many people so far and it’s heart-breaking to think what will happen to those we’re not able to help in future without adequate funding." Please come along to our launch, or make a donation via the website, or ...
Click on the following link to open the Asylum Justice December 2015 Newsletter AJ Newsletter December 2015.
Asylum and Immigration Adviser Salary £15,120Part time position: 21 hours a week, flexible working arrangements1 year contract (possibility of extension)Based: Cardiff Asylum Justice is seeking to appoint an experienced and dynamic qualified OISC Level 2 or 3 / IAAS Level 2 adviser or a Barrister or Solicitor to work for the charity. Asylum Justice is a registered charity (1112026), and a company limited by guarantee (5447875), which was set up in 2005 to provide free legal advice, assistance and representation to asylum seekers without access to Legal Aid. We ...
Please note that there will NOT be drop-in sessions on Monday 21st or Monday 28th December 2015 and Monday 4th January 2016.After the Monday 14th December session, drop-ins will, therefore, re-commence as usual on Monday 11th January 2016.
Because of unprecedented demand for our services, Asylum Justice is not able accept any new clients until at least 31st January 2016. The implication of this decision is that people arriving at our weekly drop-in clinics may be given one-off advice, an appeal lodged or a referral made on the night, but no ongoing cases will be taken until the current workload decreases.