These Walls Must Fall is a network of community-based campaigners, part of the movement to end immigration detention.

The movement is winning: detention centres have been closed, fewer people are being detained, politicians of all parties are in support, and the Home Office has finally admitted that it has to do something. Your donation will help us to keep up the pressure, and make sure that “something” isn’t just minor changes to the system.

Our Organisers help people, groups and organisations to get started with campaigning in the way that suits them best, and ensuring that the people most directly impacted by detention are front and centre in campaigning.

Your donation will help to fund these locally-based campaigns, make sure people without funds because of hostile immigration rules can play a leading role, and link up campaigns regionally and nationally.

A donation of £5 will make sure someone with no money can get to an organising meeting.

A recurring £5 donation will mean they can get to all the monthly meetings.

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About These Walls Must Fall

These Walls Must Fall is a growing network of groups, organisations, communities, people. People from all sorts of backgrounds but with one thing in common: a determination to end the injustice of immigration detention.

People are pushing the campaign through their community groups, voluntary organisations, charities, trade unions, activist groups, faith communities, student societies, sports clubs… the list keeps growing!

When you have these people, groups, organisations, communities, acting together, it all adds up to some serious people power. This is what it will take to convince the politicians that they must act to shut down the detention centres.