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, with the Illegal Migration Bill, the government plans to effectively abolish the right to claim refugee protection in Britain, and round up migrants into detention camps.
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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Solidarity from Yorkshire at Derwentside women’s detention centre
Yorkshire These Walls Must Fall campaigners travelled to join the monthly protest outside Derwentside Immigration Removal Centre for womenread more
Strengthening our knowledge on detention: AVID session
On 15th February, These Walls Must Fall campaigners and Right to Remain staff attended an online information session on immigration detention delivered by AVID. AVID, short for Association of Visitors to Immigration Detainees, is a network for organisations that support people who are in detention.read more
A journey with the Right to Remain Toolkit: Glory’s story
Glory, a campaigner with These Walls Must Fall, chats about how the Right to Remain Toolkit helped her to gain refugee protection and the right to stayread more
These Walls Must Fall Campaigners at Manchester Pride 2022
“The solidarity in Manchester was amazing, we could see people wiping their tears and at the end, we heard everyone shouting ‘We are together’.”read more
Campaigner gathering: Radical solidarity in Liverpool
These Walls Must Fall campaigners got together in Liverpool this month for a network gatheringread more
GPS electronic tagging of migrants: complaints filed to regulators by privacy rights charity
Two complaints to data protection regulators have been filed against the Home Office’s use of global GPS ankle tags to monitor peopleread more