Campaigning for the Right to Work for People Seeking Asylum

Asylum Matters: 16.10.2018: Join us in Campaigning for the Right to Work for People Seeking Asylum
Asylum Matters has come together today with more than 80 charities, think tanks, faith groups, businesses and trade unions to launch the ‘Lift the Ban’ campaign calling on the Government to grant the right to work to people seeking asylum.

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Revealed: sick, tortured immigrants locked up for months in Britain

Guardian: Revealed: sick, tortured immigrants locked up for months in Britain by  and 

Investigation suggests hundreds of vulnerable people are detained indefinitely

An unprecedented snapshot of migrants held in British detention centres found more than half of the sample were either suicidal, seriously ill or victims of torture, a Guardian investigation has established. Continue reading “Revealed: sick, tortured immigrants locked up for months in Britain”

Italian-flagged migrant rescue boat defies anti immigration minister

Vessel Mare Jonio sets out towards Libya despite Matteo Salvini clampdown on rescued migrants entering Italian ports

The first non-military, Italian-flagged, rescue boat to operate in the Mediterranean since the migration crisis began has left for waters off Libya, in a direct challenge to Italy’s far-right interior minister, Matteo Salvini. …

 

UK asylum seekers may have been detained unlawfully, rules court

6.10.2018 Guardian: UK asylum seekers may have been detained unlawfully, rules court

Detainees cannot be held indefinitely before transfer overseas, says court of appeal

Thousands of people may have been unlawfully held in immigration removal centres in recent years, the court of appeal has ruled. Continue reading “UK asylum seekers may have been detained unlawfully, rules court”