NCADC has a new name … Right to Remain: campaigning for migration justice As you may know, at our last AGM our members voted to change our name to better reflect the work we do, (and for a name that is much easier to say!).… Read more »

“I don’t know how I would have kept going except that I had so much support from people outside.” “The second time I was detained, Women for Refugee Women made sure that people like Michael Morpurgo and Joan Bakewell were writing to the newspapers.” “And… Read more »

  Lisa Matthews (campaigns coordinator, NCADC) explains to Amina Taylor,  Press TV journalist, the many abuses and injustices of enforcement in the UK’s asylum and immigration system. Ranging from a broken asylum system, the securitisation of the asylum system, cuts to legal aid, and imprisoning… Read more »

The NCADC Annual General Meeting on Saturday was the most significant meeting since the coalition was founded in 1995. Following consultations earlier in the year, members voted to change the name of the organisation, and to amend the constitution to apply for charitable status. We… Read more »