Refugee Tales is an outreach project of Gatwick Detainees Welfare Group inspired by the experiences of men held in immigration detention at Gatwick and the work of the Group in 25 years of visiting.
Refugee Tales is our outreach project which amplifies the voices of people who have been affected by detention through our book series and our annual summer walks. We walk in solidarity with Refugees, Asylum Seekers and people being held in detention, telling the stories of people affected by immigration detention to raise awareness of the cruelty of indefinite detention.
See our interactive map of this years walk to follow our steps from Brighton to Hastings. Click on the arrow to the left of ‘Refugee Tales’ to watch interviews and videos from the walk. Just click on the title and then on the picture to bring up the video. Don’t miss our 360 degree videos, watch them full screen on your phone to feel like you were right there walking with us!
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