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Operation Christmas Solidarity

While Christmas is for most people a joyful holiday, for migrants without leave to remain – and those supporting them – it is a time of fear and uncertainty. Charities and other organisations are sadly well-versed in bracing themselves for a sharp rise in demand for crisis services at this time of year, as asylum […]

UKBA inquiry: human rights through the looking glass

Serious concerns lost in headlines about backlog statistics “entering the world of the UKBA is like falling through the looking glass” Keith Vaz, Chair of Committee Last week (8 Nov), the UK parliament’s Home Affairs Committee published a report of its latest Inquiry into the work of the UK Border Agency. The Committee has now […]

Prince Ofosu – another death in detention

A guest post from NCADC supporter Rosa: On Tuesday 30 October, Prince Ofosu died in suspicious circumstances inside Harmondsworth IRC. Throughout this week serious allegations of abuse and maltreatment by detention centre staff have surfaced, leading many to question, what caused his death? The Home Office and private security firm GEO, who are contracted to […]

Guest post: why criminalise the asylum seeker?

The NCADC blog is pleased to welcome three guest posts from Molly Haglund, who has just completed a Masters Degree in Human Rights Practice at the Universities of Roehampton, Gothenburg and Tromsø.  They are edited excerpts from her thesis entitled Punished for Persecution: An Analysis of the Criminalization of the Asylum Seeker in the United Kingdom. […]

Guest post: a tradition of deterrence

The NCADC blog is pleased to welcome three guest posts from Molly Haglund, who has just completed a Masters Degree in Human Rights Practice at the Universities of Roehampton, Gothenburg and Tromsø.  They are edited excerpts from her thesis entitled Punished for Persecution: An Analysis of the Criminalization of the Asylum Seeker in the United Kingdom. […]