In a wonderful, landmark judgement, the High Court has ruled that the UK Home Office has been illegally operating the Detained Fast Track asylum system.… Read more »

A parliamentary inquiry on detention was announced yesterday – the first of its kind. The inquiry is jointly led by the All Party Parliamentary Groups… Read more »

This Saturday, 5 July, there will be another protest against immigration detention. The demonstration at Harmondsworth is organised by Movement for Justice, in solidarity with… Read more »

Roof-top protesters

Refugees have taken to the rooftop of an abandoned school building in Berlin to protest the attempt to evict them from their home.  As police… Read more »

Many of you will remember the campaign for Marie Therese Nana, a survivor of ritualised torture in Cameroon.  Marie Therese wrote, movingly and powerfully, about… Read more »

By Evelina Gambino, Right to Remain volunteer What happens after removal? Such is the question that many people involved in campaigns for the right to… Read more »

Syrian refugees Calais

By Evelina Gambino, Right to Remain volunteer Since the beginning of the Syrian conflict, over 2.5 million refugees have fled Syria, including nearly a million… Read more »

For those who despair that the outrage of immigration detention continues – seemingly unchallenged – in the UK, hope may be at hand. Those of us… Read more »

Right to Remain committee

Right to Remain’s first conference This year our annual conference is an extra special one: our first conference with our new name, Right to Remain!… Read more »

solidarity

What is signing-support? Most people who have applied for leave to remain and have not had a positive decision have to regularly report at their… Read more »