The evidence of torture uncovered in Libya has prompted new questions to be asked about its practice and about the degree of complicity of states who claim to uphold the right to freedom from torture.
Frido Pfleuger SJ, regional director of JRS in Eastern Africa, describes his impressions of the situation in the Dollo Ado refugee camps in south-east Ethiopia and how JRS is getting involved.
Amaya Valcarcel, Jesuit Refugee Service International Advocacy Coordinator, considers the aptness of the law to deal with forced displacement today.
Bandi Mbubi, who came to the UK from the Democratic Republic of Congo as an asylum seeker twenty years ago, tells his story to Thinking Faith.
Louise Zanre, Director of Jesuit Refugee Service UK, begins Thinking Faith’s series for Refugee Week 2011 by asking why a change in popular opinion about refugees is needed now more than ever
Six years ago this month, Chile completed a reform of its criminal justice system that changed the way in which judicial administration was carried out.
A report published this week by the Home Affairs Committee claims that the number of asylum seekers who have been granted leave to remain in the UK means that ‘in practice an amnesty has taken place’, although this has been denied by minis
Using Romero’s own words, Michael Campbell-Johnston SJ gives an account of the martyr’s life. How did a formerly conservative priest rediscover his roots to become a champion of the oppressed?
Michael Campbell-Johnston SJ, who worked with many of the El Salvador martyrs, tells their stories and gives an insight into the Church teaching that lay behind their deep commitment to justice.
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