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  1. Dear Dr. Rev. Bhogal,

    I hope this email finds you well. My reason for writing you is to enquire about your work as as President of City of Sanctuary. I teach Hebrew Bible at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, and I am conducting research at the Centre for Criminology at the University of Oxford as an Academic Visitor.

    See: https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/content/academic-visitors-2018-19
    and https://louisville-institute.org/awards/project-grant-for-researchers/14315/

    My research topic deals with the nature and role of religion in Immigration Detention, both in the US and UK. More specifically, I am comparing the provision of religious services in detention like chapels, literature, and chaplains as well as faith communities opposing detention as a life-giving mode of human care.

    If your time permits, I would be very grateful for any direction, guidance, suggestions you could provide on the above topic. I would also be interested in hearing more about your work with the City of Sanctuary movement.

    If I may, would you be open to meeting sometime in June of July? I could arrange to visit you at your office if that is convenient. I am sort of starting this process with very little UK connections to draw from. So, I would greatly appreciate any guidance or potential resources you could provide.

    Many thanks for your time and consideration of my enquiry.

    With kind regards,
    Gregory L. Cuéllar

  2. Dear Rev,
    Greetings from Sri Lanka!
    I am Suthan ,a Methodist from Sri Lanka
    Can you send the audio file of your interview ” Rev Dr Inderjit Bhogal: From Sikhism to Christianity”
    I would like to listen this leisurely.
    Thanks and best,
    Suthan

  3. Hello Inderjit
    I do hope that you are well.
    I am making contact to see if you are able to help an organisation that I am a trustee of. The Wharfedale Foundation is a small grant making trust which was founded in 2009 from the proceeds of the sale of Scargill House in Wharfedale. It provides small grants to organisations across Yorkshire and the Humber who are addressing the issues of breaking down societal barriers, integration of marginalised groups within communities and a concern for the natural environment. Sajda Shah was our previous chair and she will also have an invitation to the event I am about to invite you to.

    We hold an annual event after each AGM to showcase the projects we have funded. This year, being our tenth anniversary, we are planning to hold an event which will be open to a wider public with two guest speakers as well as presentations from grant holders. We would like to invite you as one of those speakers as it would be good to have someone who is familiar with the sort of issues faced by the people supported by our grant holders. These include the need for a safe refuge, poverty and austerity, and marginalisation and the social and political context that is creating those issues.
    The event will take place on Tuesady, 11th June at St. George’s Centre in Leeds from 2.00 – 5.00 p.m. and will be followed by refreshments.

    It would be great if you could help us, and we would much appreciate you doing so.

    Best wishes
    Ann

  4. Dear Inderjit
    It was good to see ou again at Launde Abbey. I introduced the Santuary material at school during Refugee Week this summer. The autumn term is my last term. I wonder if I could ask you to contact me to see if you might possibly be able to visit please? My email is below

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