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Lisa reviews Deporting Black Britons, by Luke de Norona. Through the stories and lives of four men, de Noronha explores the human impact of the UK’s deportation policy (and Jamaica’s compliance with it) and thematic aspects of state racism.

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Last night, activists blockaded Stansted Airport to stop the departure of the scheduled charter flight mass deportation to Nigeria and Ghana. At the time of… Read more »

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Two weeks of coordinated international action against mass charter flight removals was marred by violence in Lagos, Nigeria when military police attacked and subsequently detained… Read more »

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The forced removal of over 50 people from their homes on a charter flight to Jamaica in September last year renewed outrage over the mass… Read more »

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This is the joint statement on the deportation of Majid Ali, by Malia Bouattia, NUS Black Students’ Officer, and Shreya Paudel, NUS International Students’ Officer,… Read more »

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A report from Saturday’s demo against deportations to Afghanistan, outside the Afghan Parliament in Kabul.  From our friends at the Kabul blog, ‘Stop Deportations to… Read more »

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Post from After 18.   In summer 2013 After18 hosted a theatre production of Mazloom on the Leicester leg of a national tour. Mazloom is… Read more »

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This article appeared in Open Democracy (50:50) on 24 June 2013. Each year around 400 children forced by war to leave their families and homes… Read more »

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This week – on Thursday June 6th – the world’s largest security firm G4S, will hold its annual general meeting in the City of London.… Read more »

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2012 saw mass deportations of Tamils to Sri Lanka continue, despite credible evidence of torture of returnees.  Lisa of NCADC South explains what’s happening, and… Read more »