Thank you to all our wonderful supporters for helping us raise an amazing amount of money by sponsoring us for the Cardiff Legal Walk on 29th September!
We had quite a lot of fun walking the 10km: up through Bute Park which is looking lovely in Autumnal splendour, and then through the streets of Cardiff past 3 different Courts. There were about 230 people walking, from various law firms and other charities, and most of us were carrying helium balloons so we stood out and lots of people on the streets asked us what we were doing.... Luckily the weather was perfect ...
Enjoy a delicious three course meal in aid of Asylum Justice, a charity which has been supporting refugees and asylum seekers across south wales for more than a decade.
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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.
Please us the following link to read and download the latest Asylum Justice Pamphlet: AJ PamphletREVISED VG
10am - 1pm St John’s Church Garden, Cardiff City Centre
Hosted by Jo Stevens MP
Tea, coffee, cake and children’s activities including face painting.
All proceeds will be donated to local charities which support refugees and asylum seekers.
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.
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.