Calling Manchester! The government is planning a fresh assault on refugees and migrants, with a new Immigration Bill. We have an alternative to this racist hostile environment. We are building bridges, not walls. Join us!
Notes of the meeting of the Abolish Reporting campaign launch. On March 3rd, 2021, almost 200 people gathered online for the launch of the campaign. Read on, for notes of the breakout rooms.
Have you heard about the UK government plans for new network of immigration detention centres for women? Agnes was previously locked up Yarl’s Wood, and is campaigning against the new measures
Hot off the presses… These Walls Must Fall campaigners VVIDY (Voice for Voiceless Immigration Detainees Yorkshire) today launch four brand new, limited edition t-shirts, for sale now on the Right to Remain shop.
“We should all be moving freely across borders like planets and comets do in space and in the heavens without restrictions. That is the nature of things. Free movement across borders, space and time.”
Victor reflects on current events, in the heavens and closer to home.
Bail for Immigration Detainees has launched an urgent campaign for the release of people being held in immigration detention in prisons.
We are Voice for Voiceless Immigration Detainees Yorkshire, last week we wrote to the Home Secretary about in-person signing and reporting, and ask that it is stopped for good.
This weekend, under the shared banner of ‘Solidarity Knows No Borders’, groups across the country are taking action against the racism and brutality of Hostile Environment immigration policies
We have achieved so much in the struggle to end immigration detention in Britain. How did we get here, and how do we go further? Jerome Phelps, writing at the Detention Forum blog.
Our message to people inside Brook House, who are struggling, is: be strong. We on the outside are fighting for you. We need you outside, we need you to come and help us, fight this system together. You know you are not alone.
Campaigners speak in response to today’s announcement that Morton Hall Detention Centre is to close.
An amendment to the Immigration Bill would bring a time limit on how long people can be detained under immigration rules. This sounds positive, but there are some issues that need clearing up