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Housing 4 all protest

“It’s so sad that we have to justify why asylum seekers deserve good accommodation.”

Oct 10, 2018

As Westminster debates the new contracts for asylum accommodation, Housing4All in Belfast have written about why these contracts and conditions must be human rights compliant.

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Souvenir box made by a German internee, F.P.C., at Douglas Aliens Detention camp, Isle of Man, WW1

“Indignation and sorrow”: responses to wartime internment, and immigration detention today

Oct 9, 2018

How does wartime opposition to internment compare to local anti-detention movements today? Turns out the language is surprisingly similar…

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University of Manchester, October 16: These Walls Must Fall event

Oct 8, 2018

Detention and the threat of detention affects staff and students, and members of the local community. It’s time to get informed, and take action.

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“I could not stay silent when people are suffering.”

Oct 5, 2018

“Whatever you do, never stay in silence, get involved, run a workshop, raise awareness and challenge to change this unjust system!’

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Children ask the Home Office to stop blocking their rights

Oct 4, 2018

“Did you know that the Home Office has made nearly £100 million from charging children for the right to stay in what they call a free country?”

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A history of Immigration Detention in the UK (1914-2018)

Sep 28, 2018

Sadly, immigration detention is nothing new.  But we can make it a thing of the past. Right to Remain has worked with the Refugee History project to produce a timeline of internment and detention in the UK from 1914 to the present day.

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Solidarity with the Stansted Defendants!

Sep 26, 2018

Last year, 15 people grounded a deportation charter flight for ten hours to prevent it taking off. They were due to stand trial in March this year but after a series of agonising delays the trial was adjourned. On Monday October 1st the trial re-starts, and they need our solidarity again.

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