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Afghanistan - what is happening and what can we do? (Last updated on 16/9/21)
We are regularly updating this piece - latest update 16/9/21.
19 Aug 2021
Don't criminalise refugees- a joint letter to the Home Secretary on the Afghan crisis
19 Aug 2021
During the pandemic some of our female clients practiced yoga with us. Yoga teacher Amy Merone shares why a trauma-informed practice can be helpful.
2 Aug 2021
Opposing the Nationality and Borders Bill: it's time to take action
Following the publication of the Nationality and Borders Bill, we are asking our supporters to urge their MPs to oppose the Bill.
13 Jul 2021
We're recruiting for two brand new roles!
We're looking for a Head of Ops and also a PA /Administrator- could it be you?
1 Jul 2021
Refugee Week 2021: let's do #OneGoodThing
During Refugee Week this year (14-20 June), we are inviting our supporters to do #OneGoodThing.
8 Jun 2021
An alternative to the Government's New Plan for Immigration
In recent weeks we have been asked what our alternative to the Government's New Plan for Immigration would be. We've set out our thinking so far.
1 Jun 2021
In recent weeks we have been asked why we are engaging in advocacy work alongside the practical support we offer. Here's why.
24 May 2021
Lamentation: a final reflection for Lent
In the final of our Lent pieces, we offer a reflection on the purpose of lamentation.
1 Apr 2021
A moral failure: understanding the Government's new plan for immigration
Following the Government’s announcement, Amy Merone, Advocacy Manager at the Boaz Trust, explains why the proposals are so troubling.
30 Mar 2021
A statement from the Boaz Trust following the government’s announcement for a new immigration system
Seeking asylum is a human right, not a crime.
24 Mar 2021
Anticipation: a reflection for Lent
In our next Lent reflection, Sarah Beaney, our HR and Projects Manager, reflects on anticipation and why this is an important aspect of the season.
17 Mar 2021
The privilege to prepare: a reflection for Lent
In the fourth of our Lent reflections, Boaz housing manager, Mark Ainsworth, invites us to consider the privilege of being able to prepare.
8 Mar 2021
Solidarity with the Strong Ones: a poem for Lent
In the third of our reflective Lent pieces, refugee support worker Lydia Nelson shares one of her poems.
4 Mar 2021
The value in being seen: a reflection for Lent
In the second of our weekly reflections for Lent, Ros Holland shares a recent reminder of the importance of being seen and known.
24 Feb 2021
Could you or someone you know be our new Refugee Support Worker?
22 Feb 2021
What it means to wait: a reflection for Lent
In the first of a series of weekly reflections during Lent, Amy Merone shares what this season of observance means to her and for the work of Boaz.
16 Feb 2021
A statement from the Boaz Trust about the ongoing situation at Napier Barracks and its implications
The ongoing situation at Napier Barracks in Kent should be a cause for concern for us all.
1 Feb 2021
"You can’t call this a life."
One of our client support workers, Amy, reflects on the mental health crisis amongst people seeking asylum.
2 Dec 2020
The Boaz 2020 Christmas Appeal
Help our clients experience safety, sanctuary and peace this festive season and beyond.
1 Dec 2020
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