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We are a network of over 50 independent organisations across the UK committed to working together to challenge the use of immigration detention.

We want to end immigration detention because it is unjust and inhumane.

No Pride In Detention

June 22nd, 2022|

This blog post comes from one of our members - Rainbow Migration It’s Pride Month and people are rightly celebrating how far LGBTQI+ rights have come in the UK. But we shouldn’t let that progress blind us to the appalling [...]

Time-served prisoners

June 14th, 2022|

When the last Immigration Bill was going through Parliament, I remember that one of the key government arguments against a time limit for immigration detention was their contention that such detention was used for foreign criminals. Indeed they refer to [...]

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Come join us for an event to mark #RefugeeWeek at @wienerlibrary on Wed 22 June, 6-8pm, w/ speakers @robinlustig, Afaf Mohammed & Charlotte McClean @DLPublicLaw

#RefugeeWeek2022 #HealingTogether #NationalityAndBordersBill #NABB

Register https://bit.ly/3wKvnnJ

It's essential that we equip ourselves to disabuse people everywhere about the untruths and disinformation on immigration peddled the Govt and its supporters in the media

Interested in anti-border organising? Come along to our new members meeting, this Wednesday, 22nd June at 5:30pm. This meeting is a chance to meet other members, learn about our work and get involved. Everyone is welcome! Dm us or email s.det.sup@gmail.com for the zoom link!

Our client, who was recently issued with a notice of the government’s intention to deport him to Rwanda, was granted bail today (although he remains in detention until accommodation is found). Judge considered that his removal was not imminent. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/jun/20/sudanese-trafficking-victims-must-stay-in-detention-judge-rules

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