The deaths of twenty seven people in the Channel this week have provoked grief and rage amongst migrants and migrant solidarity activists across the UK and Europe. There were vigils in Folkestone, Hastings and Brighton. Hundreds turned out at the Home Office in London,Read More
The deaths of twenty seven people in the Channel this week have provoked grief and rage amongst migrants and migrant solidarity activists
From: https://calaismigrantsolidarity.wordpress.com/2021/11/30/deaths-and-push-backs-through-calculated-non-assistance-in-the-channel/ Post written by Watch the Channel and Calais Migrant Solidarity 24/11 As news began circulating that a boat had sunk
From: https://enoughisenough14.org/2021/11/12/statement-in-support-of-migrants-stranded-at-the-belarus-eu-border/ Thousands of migrants are stranded along the border between Poland and Belarus trying to enter the European Union. As we
Two protesters have blockaded the Home Office in Cardiff this morning, holding the Immigration Authority to account on its treatment of refugees
Via Freedom News Bristol mutual aid group Base and Roses are raising money for asylum seekers currently housed in Penally Camp in
From: https://calaismigrantsolidarity.wordpress.com/2021/01/29/in-the-name-of-god-au-nom-de-dieu/ a mother’s letter on the loss of their child, september 2020 Aleksandra H. Daugther of H Ibrahim and R Sharif.
From: https://roarmag.org/magazine/everyday-borders-everyday-resistance/ In recent years there have been many instances of increased migrant mobility at Europe’s borders, such as the arrival of
From: https://soasdetaineesupport.wordpress.com/2021/01/29/from-prisons-to-immigration-detention-abolish-the-carceral-state/ SOAS Detainee Support is a grassroots abolitionist group. A vision of a world without borders or prisons is at the
Since last September refugees have been housed by the Home Office at Napier Barracks in Folkestone and Penally barracks in West Wales.
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