“Migrants lives are at a standstill never knowing when they will be released”: Voices from Morton Hall
No reading or discussion prepared me for how it felt to be at Morton Hall detention centre. It feels remote. I’m sure it’s deliberate that it feels a long way from friends and family. It also feels a long way from policymakers.
National protest at Morton Hall detention centre, 26 October
Join South Yorkshire Migration and Asylum Action Group, These Walls Must Fall supporters, and Student Action for Refugees on a national protest at Morton Hall detention centre on 26th October 2019.
Why did a football club stage a match outside their local immigration reporting centre?
Mount Pleasant Park FC held a football match outside Vulcan House, the Home Office building in Sheffield. We met up with some of the team, to ask them what propmpted this action, and how they went about planning it.
Football v the Hostile Environment in Sheffield and Bristol
Forget Liverpool, Spurs and the Champions League: the real football action this week was on the streets of Sheffield and Bristol, where local clubs came together to take on the Hostile Environment.
Shining a light on Morton Hall immigration detention centre
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.
Liverpool Migrant Solidarity march on December 18, International Migrants Day
Join Liverpool Migrant Solidarity Network on International Migrants Day, marching in solidarity with refugees and migrants.
Bristol. From the streets to the Town Hall, the message is clear: these walls must fall!
Hundreds marched through Bristol streets, and this week the Council votes on a These Walls Must Fall motion