Courtroom Solidarity Immigration, the Stansted 15 and the Hostile Environment


When refugees and other migrants reach UK shores their struggle isn’t over, they encounter a ‘hostile environment’ that seeks to penalise and alienate them. When groups, like the Stansted 15, fight the injustices imposed by the UK Home Office they are prosecuted under terrorism offences. But solidarity can be a powerful tool.

In this Pluto Press blog post, Luke Butterly highlights the importance of solidarity with those up against the hostile environment, both to ease their burden and to tear down the systems that create those burdens.

Read the blog post here


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