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
A new report from the Jesuit Refugee Service has called for the abolition of the “cruel and inhumane” practice of immigration detention.
During the Covid-19 crisis, These Walls Must Fall is hosting online fundraising events streaming music and performances online. Details of upcoming events here…
On 13 June, take action against airport expansion, in solidarity with those detained in the Heathrow detention centres, and resist plans to build Europe’s largest detention centre in their place.
TWMF Yorkshire campaigners write on their extreme concern about the safety of those who remain in immigration detention under Covid-19 and why the government take action now.
This recording is by a campaigner who has experienced the state violence and racism of immigration detention three times. A woman who stands in solidarity with all who are striving, fighting, for freedom, equality, justice.
Government faces a fresh legal challenge to immigration detention during Covid-19, after settling the first immigration detention case.
Victor Mujakachi reflects on the coronavirus pandemic, the government’s response, racism, the impact of the crisis on migrants, fake news, and the history of Zimbabwe, which eventually brought him to the UK.
TAKE ACTION: email your MP, ask for help bring pressure on the Home Secretary to empty the detention centres. This is urgent. The Home Office must take action now to stop the spread of Covid-19
We’re looking for people to help run online events to raise urgent funds for local projects, and support the campaign to end immigration detention
These Walls Must Fall campaigners in joined author Behrouz Boochani, and translator Omid Tofighian, discussing the writing of Boochani’s extraordinary book ‘No Friend But the Mountains’, a first-hand account of his detention by the Australian government on Manus Island
Detention centres closed to visitors. Only 736 remain detained. No detention or deportations to 49 countries. Cases of all in detention to be reviewed