This week we marked the one year anniversary of the completion of our pilgrimage to Iona.
Today is World Refugee Day, and there is much in the media about different responses to refugees and asylum seekers.
To mark these events we are posting a piece about last year’s Listening Pilgrimage recently published by Floreat Domus, the magazine for alumni of Balliol College, Oxford.
You can read the article here
We are still listening and holding space for conversations about the treatment and reception of refugees and asylum seekers. We trust you are too.
We plan to join the Refugee Tales walk to Westminster this July. If you are looking for a positive way to engage with these issues why not join us? For a few hours or days you can walk in solidarity with refugees and former detainees and raise your voice against the cruel practice of indefinite detention of migrants in the U.K.
With best wishes to all our friends on this special day.
C, I & Z.