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Immigration detention is not the answer, for anyone.

People are detained without a time limit, for months, sometimes even years.

It is harmful and expensive. It robs people of their dignity, spirit and lives.

This can’t go on.

We are working towards an immigration system that is based on humanity, compassion and fairness.

To begin this process of change and to reduce detention, we are calling for:

Community-based alternatives to detention that respect rights can minimise the use of detention, reducing costs and helping people to live with dignity in the community while going through the immigration process.

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Will the new Minister listen to us?

Will the new Minister listen to us and work with us to change this immigration detention system? https://twitter.com/DetentionForum/status/948509351760875522 While 2017 ended with a welcome news of the closure of the Verne detention centre, 2018 opened with a change [...]

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MSPs seeking rights to annual visits to Dungavel Immigration Centre. HO response: Requests to visit are carefully considered to preserve the privacy & dignity of the individuals detained and to avoid a disproportionate number of visits.’ #time4atimelimit
https://t.co/oYtD6AREjt

MPs pay tribute to work done by orgs e.g. @refugeecouncil & others during Commons debate on Refugee Family Reunion. But leadership desperately needed, Angus MacNeil: 'the public are absolutely onside when politicians are courageous enough to make a case
https://t.co/o3JfZ4wYGE

As the permanent secretary claims not to be an expert on immigration, experts by experience react.

https://t.co/x1vVOSUNbO

Write to your MP to ask them to join the fight against the creeping tentacles of the #hostileenvironment, as these professions have done @docsnotcops @schools_ABC @unisresist.bordercontrols

https://t.co/vuJoJ2cH93

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