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Responding to the borders bill

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The Nationality and Borders Bill is a threat to the right to seek asylum enshrined in the 1951 Refugee Convention, and is a very concerning piece of legislation. It will criminalise ‘irregular’ asylum routes, whilst failing to provide safe and legal routes.

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Contrary to the common perceptions and grim imagery associated with supported accommodations, our houses are of good standards, offering a neat, well-ventilated, and naturally lit living place. They are more than ‘just a roof over your head’.

Our accommodations are meticulously furnished with white goods from refrigerators, to fitted washing machines, emergency equipment’s, and all the essentials needed for daily living.

Over 56,000 people have signed two separate Parliament petitions calling for the government to allow Ukrainians the right to settle in the UK.

MPs, led by Pauline Latham, Conservative member for Mid Derbyshire, called on Tom Purlsgove, Minister for Legal Migration and the Border to provide certainty and stability to Ukrainians currently in the UK.

After engaging with so many women across a wide range of projects, we found that there were mainly two things that bonded the women: food and sewing. As we had already run two food and drink projects with Bristol Old Vic, as well as our long-running Accelerated Cooking and Entrepreneurship course in collaboration with Co-Exist Community Kitchen, Bristol Old Vic expressed interest in finding ways to engage the community in sewing, which led to the creation of our latest project, Sewing the Scene.

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Inspirational stories

Read the stories from people who we have had the pleasure of working with and have since settled and rebuilt their lives here in the UK – or forged a career helping others to do the same.