Reports

More than 60 Afghan refugees offered temporary sanctuary in Bristol

Local health bosses say almost 200 people fleeing the Taliban may arrive in the city, with mayor Marvin Rees telling councillors local landlords have committed to housing 16 families so far.

‘Their lives and safety are in great danger’: Students urge Bristol Uni to protect Afghan alumni

Bristol pledges to welcome 10 Afghani families fleeing from Taliban rule

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The personal trainer working out for Bristol’s asylum seekers and refugees

Tim and his family fled from religious persecution in Nigeria. Here he tells how he is taking back control “within a system where you don’t often win”.

Bristol and Beyond

Bristol activist could face life in prison for stopping deportation flight

Bristol and Beyond

From politics to potatoes: real views and stories from Bristol refugees and asylum seekers

Bijan Ebrahimi's nephew: "We all let my uncle down, we must all fight a racist system"

Davood Khayatain talks about institutional racism, media prejudice, and how Bijan's death has influenced his activism.

Bristol Free Voice: A refugee media project

Tired of the misrepresentation of refugees and asylum seekers in the media, Bristol Free Voice is tackling the issue head on. Founded earlier this year,...

Refugee return policy "an insult to the Geneva Convention"

There is anger in Bristol at what is being seen as yet another attack on refugees in the UK.

I chose the way that speaks truth

An exiled Sudanese journalist tells her story of political repression, exile and integration

"Justifiable" discrimination: 500% fee increase for asylum appeals

“A Dafuri man claiming asylum has been trying for two years to bring his wife here. If he can’t afford to even go to court and appeal...

"Don't go for the sob story": Reporting on humanitarian crisis

How can journalists best tell the stories of people they meet in crisis situations? Al Jazeera’s Shafik Mandhai spoke to the Cable about his experience...