Report: Hundreds of Detainees Have Been Released, but the Government Still Won’t Shut Detention Centres Down
by Natalie Leal
Opinion: The Jamaica Charter Flight Underscores the UK’s Broken Deportation System
by Rudy Schulkind
Despite public outcry a deportation flight has forcibly removed fathers from their families, to a country some don’t even remember. Rudy Schulkind asks, how did we get here?
Power Beyond Borders: Climate Activists Target the Hostile Environment
by Charlotte England
A Day in the Life of a Marxist Immigration Barrister
by Marxist Barrister
An anonymous immigration barrister describes a typical day at work, the uphill battle of dismantling the British imperial border and why theirs is a job that really shouldn’t exist.
Novara FM: Lights in the Distance: Migration in Europe
5 Reasons We Don’t Need Detention Centres
by Freed Voices
Novara FM: On Migration and the State: Lea Ypi
Long Read: The Stansted 15 Follow a Long Tradition of Direct Action in the UK – But They Also Go Beyond It
by Ewa Jasiewicz
With University Staff Forced to Act like Border Guards, Striking Lecturers Must Show Solidarity with Yarl’s Wood
by Dan Davison
Solidarity With the Yarl’s Wood Hunger Strikers
Women in Yarl’s Wood Immigration Removal Centre have now been on hunger strike for nearly two weeks. Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott expresses her solidarity with their fight for adequate healthcare provision, for improved legal access and an end to indefinite detention.
No More Deaths at Sea
On the sixth of February 2014, the Guardia Civil fired rubber bullets at African migrants trying to swim into the Spanish-controlled Moroccan city of Ceuta. At least 14 deaths were recorded. Four years later campaigners marched against the callous disregard for life at Europe’s borders. A Film by Gosia Juszczak & Darío Unai Cristóbal Pulido