Refugee Week – Events in June 2022

Refugee Week: https://refugeeweek.org.uk/


Updated 28 June 2022: On the 29th [9 to 10am] and 30th June [9.30 to 10.30am] 2022, Refugees for Justice will be at Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London WC2A 2LL 

to support their member challenging Home Secretary to have an public, transparent, and impartial inquiry into the situation of moving asylum seekers into hotels during the pandemic, which led to the Park-inn tragedy, 6 people were stabbed including a police officer and 1 asylum seeker shot dead.

Please share this poster and use the #ENDHOTELDETENTION during the court day 29th &30th June 2022 and from now; and if you are around London and if you could attend please turn up and let’s show support for a public, transparent inquiry, Justice must be served, there must be accountability, and we need to make change in the approach and the treatment of asylum seekers.

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Online Event 25 November 2021 6-8pm – These Walls Must Fall: We Want Freedom

Updated 14 December 2021: the video of this zoom event can be seen here, along with many others on their channel:

These Walls Must Fall event: Join us for ‘We Want Freedom!’, a national These Walls Must Fall online event at this crucial time in the fight for migrant justice.

The devastating ‘Borders Bill’ is in Parliament for the second reading right now. It could bring unprecedented changes to the UK immigration system, which already treats people who come to the UK incredibly cruelly.

Speakers from across the movement will discuss the whole system of deportation and detention, how we can fight it at every stage, and how local acts of solidarity can make a difference.

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Migrant Voice: My future’s back: international students fight injustice with legal victories

 Migrant Voice - My future’s back: international students fight injustice with legal victories
Image caption: Wahidur Rahman, who recently won his case against the Home Office.

Migrant Voice’s “My Future Back” campaign has helped three more South Asian students clear their names from Home Office accusations of cheating in an English-language test.

They have been fighting for justice for seven years since the government responded to a TV programme about cheating in the Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) by suddenly terminating the visas of 34,000 overseas students, making their presence here illegal overnight. A further 22,000 were told that their test results were “questionable”. More than 2,400 students were deported.

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