NCADC has a new name … Right to Remain: campaigning for migration justice As you may know, at our last AGM our members voted to… Read more »

We support campaigning for the right to remain because it works: it can overcome the barriers to justice, and win the right to remain; and… Read more »

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Xenophobic Immigration Bill The new Immigration Bill, described by one politician as “the most racist piece of legislation that this country has witnessed since the… Read more »

In the Guardian newspaper this weekend, it was reported that: “A Ugandan gay rights activist has thwarted an attempt by the South African government to… Read more »

In this post: Women for Refugee Women’s new report on the detention of asylum-seeking women Court of Appeal judgment on detention of seriously mentally ill… Read more »

“I don’t know how I would have kept going except that I had so much support from people outside.” “The second time I was detained,… Read more »

A guest post from NCADC’s legal volunteer, Jacqueline Farmer. We recently posted on our legal resources blog a summary of a 2013 Court of Appeal… Read more »

A ruling from the European Court of Justice in November 2013 has divided lawyers and campaigners: was it a positive judgement for the rights of LGBTI asylum seekers, or not?

A guest blog post from NCADC volunteer, Evelina Gambino The recent months have seen a worrying spread of anti-homosexuality bills approved on a global scale.… Read more »

A recent article from Free Movement highlights an important legal development for those convicted of a crime and facing deportation (deportation for the ‘public good’ after a criminal conviction, not just administrative removal) to DR Congo.