Lisa Matthews, Coordinator at Right to Remain, reflects on the legacy of the slave trade in Liverpool and inspiring anti-racist campaigners today.
In a blog post for Pluto Press, Agatha Sibanda explains why she is campaigning with These Walls Must Fall in Liverpool.
A guest post from our friends MaMA in Liverpool, ahead of their Transmutable Voices event on 12 November. There are not a lot of creative… Read more »
This year, Unlocking Detention is exploring how detention affects communities across the UK – not just where detention centres are located. This blog post was… Read more »
On 15 January we reported that the UK Home Office had announced a change in procedures for lodging further submissions on asylum and human rights applications, after a refusal of an asylum claim. All further submissions were now to be made in person, in Liverpool, rather than at the applicant’s local Immigration office.
The new process, announced without notice or consultation, was scheduled to start on 26 January. However, the Home Office made a further announcement that this was to be delayed.