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ABOLISH REPORTING

Anyone who is waiting for a final decision on their application to live in Britain can be required to regularly “report” travel to an Immigration Reporting Centre. Every appointment carries the risk of being randomly taken to a detention centre. Every visit brings fear. These conditions amount to unfair, unjust and unnecessary harassment of migrants, and it has to stop!

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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

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 people

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Manchester coalition against the hostile environment

Migrant organisers and allies came together in Manchester for a gathering as part of the Solidarity Knows No Borders week of action.

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Telephone reporting – a campaign victory, but the struggle continues

A victory in the Abolish Reporting campaign against unfair monitoring and control of migrants!

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Two older African women embrace

“I am not free until other women are free”. United against the new detention centre

Campaigners from Manchester, Liverpool and Yorkshire joined forces with others in Durham to say NO to the new immigration detention centre

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Immigration enforcement in Birmingham – online meeting, June 16

Right to Remain is hosting an informal online meeting for people in Birmingham who are concerned about immigration enforcement and are curious about the anti-raids network.

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Art of Resistance: exhibition, Wakefield, June 19

Zimbawean artist Bryan Muchiwera opens his first exhibition in Britain, for the Solidarity Knows No Borders week of action

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