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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.

Tragic death of an Albanian man in detention

November 20th, 2023|

We were devastated to learn about the tragic death of an Albanian man on Friday at Brook House, the detention centre near Gatwick Airport. Our thoughts are with his family and friends and the wider community affected by this awful [...]

National demonstration to Keep Campsfield Closed

November 13th, 2023|

We are keen to share news of the inaugural national demonstration to Keep Campsfield Closed, organised by the Coalition to Keep Campsfield Closed and Oxford Student Action for Refugees. The protest will take place at the site of the former [...]

Brook House Inquiry Report

September 20th, 2023|

Yesterday we saw the long awaited publication of the Brook House Inquiry Report, and what a damning indictment of the immigration detention system in the UK it is. Its findings are sobering and it makes a clear argument for change, [...]

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Thank you to @StephenFarryMP for asking this parliamentary question on #AlternativesToDetention.

Mindboggling response from Robert Jenrick! He must have read different evaluations from everyone else. @DetentionForum @AVIDdetention

Great to see the Asylum Application (Entry to the United Kingdom) Bill introduced in ⁦@UKHouseofLords⁩ by the Bishop of Chelmsford today. The Private Members Bill would create a refugee visa for people to come safely to the UK to apply for asylum

🚨Heartbreaking: A video posted by Israeli soldiers bragging about torturing and beating the deaf young man Ihab Tanboura from the Beit Lahia area in northern #Gaza during their raid on the area.

No news about him so far.

It is currently zero degrees here and I just keep thinking about the fact that a government department is deliberately making people street homeless right now

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