In June 2015 and in July 2016, 2017 and 2018 the Refugee Tales project walked in solidarity with Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Immigration Detainees. As the project walked it reclaimed the landscape of South East England for the language of welcome, and everywhere it stopped it was met with hospitality and enthusiasm. Working directly in collaboration with those who had experienced the UK asylum system, and taking Chaucer’s great poem of journeying as a model, established writers told a series of tales en route. Through that sharing of other people’s tales the project gathered and communicated experiences of migration, seeking to show, in particular, what indefinite detention means.

  1. To show your support for the work of Gatwick Detainees Welfare Group and Refugee Tales, please consider making regular monthly donations to enable us to continue supporting people in immigration detention. Here’s the link:
  2. Please raise the issue of indefinite detention with your MP. A suggested letter to send is attached.
Link to Instagram Link to Twitter Link to YouTube Link to Facebook Link to LinkedIn Link to Snapchat Close Fax Website Location Phone Email Calendar Building Search