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13
Jun

Justice 1st Charity Dinner & Auction of Promises 2011

Justice first Invites you to support their Charity Dinner and Auction of Promises 4 course meal with wine, plus after-dinner entertainment. Come and browse our new stalls beforehand. Date: Saturday 3rd September 2011 Time: Join us for drinks from 6.00pm, dinner is served at 7.00pm Place: The Trinity Centre James Street North Ormesby Middlesbrough TS3 6LD Secure carpark available Tickets

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14
Sep

Justice First Dinner & Auction of Promises

JUSTICE FIRST Invites you to support their Charity Dinner & Click Here to download the leaflet Registered Charity No. 1116388

20
Jan

Grace’s Story (not her real name)

When Grace was forced to flee Sudan, her one desire was that she would be able to keep her young family safe. Grace’s cycle of depression and isolation, symptoms common to many Asylum seekers, was recognised by her Health visitor and she was put in touch with Justice First. Justice First has now become Grace’s mainstay for both legal advice

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20
Jan

Amir’s Story (not his real name and not real picture)

Having fled conscription by the Taliban in 2003, Amir has exhausted all legal avenues for seeking Asylum and now is destitute. When Amir first came to Justice First his distress was palpable. As a deserter, Amir fears for his life if forced to return to Afghanistan. He accepts destitution as the only option left to him. Justice First offers Amir

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20
Jan

Rachel’s Story (not her real name)

Rachel suffered serious abuse in Rwanda before escaping to the UK in 2003. She was already experiencing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and the rejection of her asylum appeal prompted a desperate response. Fearful of forcible repatriation to the dangers of Rwanda, she fled to London severing all connection with her friends in the Tees Valley. Eventually Rachel was traced through

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20
Jan

Josiah’s Story (not his real name)

Josiah fled Guinea in January 2004 after being tortured by the authorities. On arrival in Britain he was dispersed to Blackburn. He was refused asylum and his subsequent appeal was dismissed. At this point all material support from the National Asylum Support Service was terminated and he was evicted from his home. Josiah made his way to Stockton-on-Tees, the home

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