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Helping people at the start of their asylum journey: Early Asylum Support Sheffield

Apr 25, 2019

Since 2016, we’ve been working with Early Asylum Support Sheffield, a volunteer group who run monthly information sessions for people newly-arrived to the area, on preparing for the asylum substantive interview.

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New Patients Not Passports toolkit

Apr 10, 2019

Docs Not Cops, Migrants Organise and Medact have launched a new toolkit designed to support you in advocating for people facing charges for NHS care, and in taking action to end immigration checks and upfront charging in the NHS.

There’s guidance if you’re supporting someone being charged for healthcare, the facts about the NHS charges, and tools so you can campaign for change in your local area.

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Fast changing, complex and with devastating consequences: immigration law

Apr 5, 2019

“The government’s position is that obtaining legal advice is not necessary in making an immigration application and that no advantage in the application process should accrue to people who choose to access, are able to afford legal advice, over those who cannot.”


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Surviving and succeeding in the asylum and immigration system

Mar 26, 2019

At Right to Remain, our approach is about solidarity, self-help and mutual aid. A lot of our work is finding out what practical actions people are taking to survive and succeed in the asylum and immigration system, and sharing that with others facing the same problems.

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Job alert: Manchester

Mar 18, 2019

We are recruiting! A new one day per week role in Manchester, supporting the These Walls Must Fall campaign. Deadline is Friday 22 March.

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“You literally live in constant anxiety”: reporting at the Home Office

Mar 14, 2019

Ultimately, the real solution to this distressing ordeal is to end immigration detention altogether.

Until then, there are practical things that people can and should be doing if they or someone they know is at risk of detention.

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NHS charges for migrants are dangerous and ineffective, say Bristol medics and midwives.

Mar 8, 2019

On Saturday 9th March, 2019, a demonstration, No Borders in Maternity Care, will gather at St Michael’s maternity hospital at midday and march to Bristol Royal Infirmary.

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