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

Manchester campaigners prepare for the Illegal Migration Act

These Walls Must Fall campaigners joined with Right to Remain staff to organise and facilitate a community session in Manchester for old and new allies.

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These Walls Must Fall’s response to Suella Braverman’s attack on LGBTQ+ asylum seekers

Recent developments have highlighted the pressing need to raise awareness and mobilise support for those seeking asylum, particularly vulnerable groups like LGBTQ+ individuals and women.

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Campaigning against reporting in Liverpool

On Tuesday 19th September, These Walls Must Fall campaigners set up a stall outside of the Home Office reporting centre in Liverpool. 

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Raising rainbow flags high: Manchester Pride 2023

We had an incredible experience at Manchester Pride this year, on August 26th 2023. Our campaigners were out in full force on the streets of Manchester and the event was nothing short of amazing, despite the rainy weather.

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Manchester, Oct 4: Preparing our communities for the Illegal Migration Act

Join These Walls Must Fall Manchester for a Right to Remain discussion event as we begin to prepare our communities for the impact of the Illegal Migration Act.

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Campaigners deliver letter to Bibby Stockholm headquarters

On 1st August 2023, These Walls Must Fall campaigners delivered a letter to the headquarters of the Bibby Stockholm barge in Liverpool. 

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