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Join us for an evening of spoken word, music and resistance! As part of Refugee Week 2018, Right to Remain is teaming up with Quakers in Britain, STAR, and Freed Voices to celebrate people’s resistance to the injustice of immigration detention and the ‘hostile environment’.… Read more »

Update 30 May 2018 The Guardian newspaper has reported that the Home Secretary Sajid Javid has written to the Home Affairs Select Committee, saying that the use of paragraph 322(5) – see below for more information – will be reviewed and that ” all applications… Read more »

Homeplus is a small charity that makes a big impact. Based in South Belfast, the most diverse constituency in the north of Ireland, it has been a lifeline and a place of refuge for those failed by the state. Our communications officer Luke Butterly recently… Read more »

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The Home Office make decisions on asylum claims based on the individual asylum seeker’s testimony and any documentary evidence they submit, as well as information about the situation in that person’s country of origin. The Home Office produce “country policy and information notes” for this… Read more »

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Right to Remain has teamed up with the brilliant Refugee Info Bus (who you can donate to here) to translate some sections of our popular toolkit into six (SIX!) languages. On each of these pages of the online Toolkit, you can find summaries of the… Read more »

In January 2018, the provisions of the 2016 Immigration Act regarding immigration bail came into force. This changed the situation for people applying for immigration bail in order to be released from detention (which we wrote about here). The changes also mean that the status… Read more »

Our friends at IMiX are looking for a Communications Manager with significant experience of digital to join their team and transform not just their digital communications but across the refugee and migration sector. Core to the role is capacity building others, so we are looking… Read more »

For over three years, the Home Office – in collaboration with local authorities and even homeless charities – detained and deported European nationals solely for the ‘crime’ of sleeping rough. (Teo and Marineta were just another European couple working in England, before being detained under… Read more »

We have recently written about how the government’s “right to rent” hostile environment measure has increased homelessness, exploitation, and racial discrimination in England. Now, the government is trying to roll out the scheme in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Human rights charity JCWI has been… Read more »

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Rakiba is part of the Young Citizens network, Coram’s ambassador programme for young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds. She is studying with The Prince’s Trust and The Baytree Centre. In the future she hopes to study at university. Rakiba writes for Right to Remain… Read more »