These Walls Must Fall campaigners in Manchester respond to the report of the Home Affairs Select Committee Inquiry into immigration detention, to which they submitted evidence.
On 15 April we will be meeting in Sheffield to get organised and moving forward with the local These Walls Must Fall campaign. Come along and get involved!
Leeds: two free training sessions for people concerned about immigration detention. Workshop 1 is about practical steps for people worried about detention. Workshop 2 is about campaigning for change
There’s a protest organised for this coming Saturday at Morton Hall detention centre near Lincoln. Here’s some background, first published by Right to Remain at the time of the last inspection report on the centre in 2017.
The “utter failure” of the UK Home Office has led to serious problems with every part of the immigration detention system. So says a new report by the Parliament’s Home Affairs Committee, published today.
Over 100 people filled the hall for the first public meeting of the Sheffield These Walls Must Fall campaign. Inspiring talks were followed by group workshops for ideas to build the campaign locally
This Bill aims to repeal the laws which allow free movement rights to European Economic Area (EEA) nationals. It’s not good news, although there is a chance that some amendments might soften the blow.
Right to Remain are recruiting for a Community Campaigner to support the These Walls Must Fall campaign in the northwest of England.
Launched this week, this “zine” is a hand-made guide to detention for those at risk and their supporters.
ASSIST, SYMAAG, and Right to Remain will host a public discussion in Sheffield on 11 March 2019, on the case to end immigration detention, and stop deportations.
In a blog post for Pluto Press, Agatha Sibanda explains why she is campaigning with These Walls Must Fall in Merseyside.
“No human is illegal.” Lewisham Council unanimously votes to condemn immigration detention, and to endorse the These Walls Must Fall campaign.