At the Europa Building (Cinema area), Teesside University on Thursday Sept 30th 2010 at 6.30pm “ENDANGERED LIVES” The consequences of adverse decisions in the asylum system Exploring the reasons given in decision making within the asylum system The effect... On Thursday, 30th September 6.30 in the University Cinema, Europa Building at Teesside University Endangered Lives Consequences of adverse decisions for people seeking sanctuary Returned to danger: Cameroon and DR Congo The cases will include those of Anselme Noumbiwa... Our country is facing testing times and whilst there is a great deal of anxiety about the economy and cuts there is also the promise of a new form of Government through Coalition. Catholic social teaching is not as well-known today as it should be. If it were better... The Red Cross report “Not gone, but forgotten” has recently been released. It focuses on the severe poverty asylum seekers in the UK find themselves, as they struggle to find food and shelter. We do not have to look to the Third World to find refugees who... Wednesday 12 May, 7.30pm at St Joseph’s Church Hall, Stokesley Kath Sainsbury and others from ‘Justice First’ will speak on ‘The Journey, the Story of Asylum’. All are welcome.