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 Act, the government plans to effectively abolish the right to claim refugee protection in Britain, and round up people into detention camps or send us to Rwanda.

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.

Latest news

Report: February Solidarity Sessions in Manchester and Liverpool

Our latest Solidarity Sessions in February brought together a great mix of groups and organisations in both cities, and made for really interesting and inspiring events.

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January Solidarity Session in Liverpool: report back

A report of the first These Walls Must Fall Solidarity Sessions in Liverpool, part of a series of events on Merseyside and in Greater Manchester.

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Solidarity, collaboration, and hope: a journey with Refugees at Home

Read more about how Refugees at Home supported one of our TWMF campaigners this Christmas.

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Vigil at the HQ of Bibby Marine, Liverpool

On International Migrants Day, a vigil was held in Liverpool at the headquarters of Bibby Marine, to mark the sad loss of life onboard the Bibby detention barge.

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First Manchester Solidarity Session: report

In December, we launched our Solidarity Sessions programme in Manchester with a session on community-based legal support, and a presentation from Manchester Refugee Support Network

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Manchester Step Change event: Advocacy in the face of diversity

Maggy Moyo, These Walls Must Fall Organiser, was invited to co-chair an event hosted by the Greater Manchester Combined Authority and Step Change Consortium. Here’s her account of the day.

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