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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.

New social media volunteers sought

May 16th, 2022|

At Detention Forum, we have a dynamic and committed team of social media volunteers, who help us to engage with our 12,000+ followers on Twitter and many, many more people. The current team of social media volunteers come from a [...]

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#ICYMI We must not lose our capacity for kindness and 'generosity of spirit' towards those who need our help says Michael Morpurgo https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m0017cs0

For advice on the UK's complex and changing asylum system, practitioners cite @Right_to_Remain as the best single source.

Essential insights on the UK asylum system from @ColinYeo1.
As he notes, the current Home Secretary has described the system as “broken”.
… What the HomeSec does not say is that it was she who broke it.

Reforming the asylum system is indeed an imperative.
But as in other policy areas, the Govt's idea of morality is at odds with basic principles of justice and humanity.

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