On 9 July we celebrated the victory of our friends at Detention Action over immigration detention when the High Court ruled that the Detained Fast Track system… Read more »

Post by Right to Remain volunteer, Jacqueline Farmer. On 9 July we celebrated the victory of our friends at Detention Action over immigration detention when… Read more »

Since the landmark 2010 Supreme Court judgment in which it was ruled the Home Office could not tell LGBTI asylum-seekers that they could go back… Read more »

A guest post from Sophie Pritchard of Edge Fund Edge Fund is a grant-making organisation that funds individuals and small groups working to challenge injustice… Read more »

The British Parliament has launched its first-ever inquiry on detention.  The inquiry, jointly led by the All Party Parliamentary Group on Refugees and Migration, will… Read more »

– Snatched at daughter’s wedding by Immigration raid – Deported to Colombia – Campaign for justice continues   Isabella Acevedo, former cleaner for Mark Harper… Read more »

 By Jacqueline Farmer, Right to Remain volunteer. Great news!  This week, a timely and scathing judgment  by a rare three-judge Divisional Court in PLP v… Read more »

Justice

Latest post from Right to Remain volunteer, Jacqueline Farmer. Last week we took delight in a tremendous victory for Detention Action as the High Court ruled… Read more »

This blog post is from the Border Criminologies blog. Based at the University of Oxford, Border Criminologies brings together academics, practitioners and those who have… Read more »

Demands by women currently being held in Yarl’s Wood detention centre.  Via Black Women’s Rape Action Project Note – these demands refer to the current… Read more »