On 30 June 2020, a group of refugees and asylum seekers in Glasgow issued a manifesto in response to the devastating events of 26 June.
At the start of May, we ran a workshop on the asylum process in Glasgow, and we were really happy to meet a couple of women representing Ubuntu Women’s Shelter.
Ubuntu are the first specialist service in the UK run and managed by people with lived experience of migration, asylum or destitution.
We launched the Right to Remain asylum navigation board (co-developed with Dr Victoria Canning of Bristol University and Calverts design and print cooperative) in Glasgow last week.
Here, Lisa Matthews (coordinator at Right to Remain) talks to Josh at Third Works about the asylum navigation board, and the main stages of the UK asylum process (in 2 minutes!).
This week, we ran a workshop on the asylum process for volunteers at the Glasgow night shelter. The shelter provides emergency accommodation for destitute people seeking asylum, and other people with no recourse to public funds.
Just before the Easter weekend, we took part in the Refugee Campaign Day hosted by Glasgow Refugee, Asylum and Migration Network (GRAMNet), and Glasgow Refugee… Read more »