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An event not to be missed

HOME TRUTHS FROM THE HOME OFFICE:


An insider’s view of the Asylum Process
Lu Perrett, an experienced Civil Servant and now a mature student at Bristol
University, spent three months last summer working for the UK Border Agency
as a case-owner, making decisions on asylum claims. In her even-handed talk
she speaks of the ignorance and racism she encountered, and reveals how
hugely the odds are stacked against those who seek sanctuary in our country.
We can ask Lu questions after her talk.

Invaluable to solicitors, immigration advisers, asylum seekers, campaigners, those befriending people facing the
asylum system, trade unionists and anyone concerned with human rights and a fit for purpose asylum process.
Please bring along anyone you know who is sceptical about those seeking asylum, and is unaware of the quality of
justice they receive, because it will be an eye-opener.

TUESDAY 23rd FEBRUARY


7-9pm (doors open 6:30pm, tea/coffee)
The Malcolm X Centre, Ashley Road, St Paul’s, Bristol BS2 8YH
(car park available)
Public meeting organised by Bristol Defend Asylum Seekers Campaign
PO Box 2540, BS6 9AX

An event not to be missed


HOME TRUTHS FROM THE HOME OFFICE:
An insider’s view of the Asylum Process
Lu Perrett, an experienced Civil Servant and now a mature student at Bristol
University, spent three months last summer working for the UK Border Agency
as a case-owner, making decisions on asylum claims. In her even-handed talk
she speaks of the ignorance and racism she encountered, and reveals how
hugely the odds are stacked against those who seek sanctuary in our country.
We can ask Lu questions after her talk.

Invaluable to solicitors, immigration advisers, asylum seekers, campaigners, those befriending people facing the
asylum system, trade unionists and anyone concerned with human rights and a fit for purpose asylum process.
Please bring along anyone you know who is sceptical about those seeking asylum, and is unaware of the quality of
justice they receive, because it will be an eye-opener.

TUESDAY 23rd FEBRUARY


7-9pm (doors open 6:30pm, tea/coffee)
The Malcolm X Centre, Ashley Road, St Paul’s, Bristol BS2 8YH
(car park available)
Public meeting organised by Bristol Defend Asylum Seekers Campaign
PO Box 2540, BS6 9AX