Two complaints to data protection regulators have been filed against the Home Office’s use of global GPS ankle tags to monitor people
Migrant organisers and allies came together in Manchester for a gathering as part of the Solidarity Knows No Borders week of action.
A victory in the Abolish Reporting campaign against unfair monitoring and control of migrants!
Campaigners from Manchester, Liverpool and Yorkshire joined forces with others in Durham to say NO to the new immigration detention centre
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.
Zimbawean artist Bryan Muchiwera opens his first exhibition in Britain, for the Solidarity Knows No Borders week of action
Sheffield together on June 18 – join us for a protest rally against the hostile environment. Solidarity knows no borders!
A gathering for Manchester refugee and migrant activists, anti-racism campaigners, and all who are working for migration justice.
Solidarity Knows Know Borders week of action. Join us in Halifax as we take the movement to the next stage.
Knowledge is power: online workshop. Equip yourself against the state violence of the immigration and asylum legal system.
A new report has revealed the impact of immigration bail reporting conditions on children, young people and families.
The Home Office has moved to using telephone reporting, as an alternative to in-person appointments at reporting centres