Join us for a week of action to mark 10 years of the hostile environment, and the launch of a new phase of the movement for migration justice. Solidarity knows no borders!

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Immigration Enforcement and surveillance out of migrants’ lives.

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These Walls Must Fall is a network of refugee and migrant campaigners working with allies and supporters for radical change.

We are already living under a hostile environment. Now, the Borders Bill is a threat to the Refugee Convention, the Policing Bill seeks to criminalise protest and the Human Rights Act is under attack.

We need to come together to resist these challenges, and fight for an alternative society. We need to fight to defend and extend our rights. We need a movement based on radical solidarity, to counter the government’s racist hostile environment. That movement must come from and be led by the grassroots, the people at the sharp end. And it needs solidarity from across all communities.

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Latest news

Online rally, 25 May: End The Hostile Environment!

Join us on 25 May for an online rally, ahead of the week of action to #EndHostileEnvironment

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10 years too long: Week of action to end the Hostile Environment

The Solidarity Knows No Borders community of resistance is calling for a Week of Action to End the Hostile Environment, this 13-19 June.

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Demonstration against Hassockfield detention centre

A coalition of groups has called a national demonstration in Durham on May 14th

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Offshoring responsibilities, outsourcing abuse

The government has announced plans of ‘offshoring’ some people seeking asylum in Britain to Rwanda. We are going to fight this all the way!

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We Want Freedom – webinar videos

Videos from our We Want Freedom webinar on supporting each other and resisiting the hostile environment

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‘In a place like prison’: voices from institutional asylum accommodation

This timely report reveals the disturbing reality of life in the new institutional asylum accommodation in Britain, with expert evidence from people forced to live in this system.

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