We are proud to stand alongside people in their fight for justice, and we are determined to ensure they are treated with respect and care throughout some of the hardest times.
We're fighting for Rosie, who won't give up her dream of being reunited with her children. Rosie is doing everything she can to bring her two daughters and her son to the UK. Its been three years since she had to flee to the UK for safety - three years of separation. Hers is one of the 100 families who relied on our Refugee Family Reunion service last year for help in their fight to be together.
We're fighting for Amina, who is holding on to the hope of safety and a new life in Manchester after being trafficked to the UK. Over two hundred women with insecure immigration status contacted us last year wanting to escape situations of exploitation and abuse. We know there are many more women in Greater Manchester living under threat of fear and violence who need advocacy, support and emergency accommodation in their fight for safety.
We're fighting for Kidane, who after a long and traumatic journey just wants to get the papers that will mean he can use his skills and fulfil his potential in the security of the UK. Despite all the information Kidane has carefully provided, its taking time for the Home Office to make a decision on his refugee status. Hes one of 1,000 people we supported through the process of claiming asylum in 2018, providing them with legal advice and representation in their fight for justice.
In 2019 well carry on fighting for people to reunite with family, to be safe and to access justice. But we would be stronger with your help. Your donations will allow us to support more families like Rosies, provide advocacy to women fleeing violence in Manchester like Amina, and legal advice to people like Kidane.
Please support us and be part of our fight for people's futures in 2019.