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Updated 24 March, 2017

 

Anti-Deportation Campaigns  - March 2017

Online Petition - Save Robert Chilowa From Deportation

Keep Him Safe Amitt Bhatt Must Not Be Deported

Early Day Motion 1004: Deportation of Irene Clennell


Anti-Deportation News  - March 2017

Morton Hall IRC – Rise in Self-Harm/Violence/Antisocial Behaviour/Drug Use

Government Keeps Asylum Seekers ‘Below Subsistence Levels’ £5 A Day

The Punishment Room: Challenging the Abusive Use of Segregation in Immigration Detention

Criminalisation of Family Life In Theresa May’s Britain

Evidential Issues in Trafficking in Persons Cases

Home Office Neither a Benign Nor a Helpful Institution’

UK Refugees Face Being Sent Home After Five Years

UK-Funded Camps in Libya 'Indefinitely Detaining Asylum Seekers'

Inspection of Brook House Immigration Removal Centre

Supreme Court Grants Permission to Appeal in Nationality Appeals

"From Arrest to Appeal” - Training Day On Criminal Law 

1,000s of Immigrants Detained by Geo Group Forced Into Slave Labour

Humanitarianism a Detriment to Peace, Security and Justice!

End of Free Movement a lot Sooner Than Expected

Irene Clennell Deported From UK Despite Being Married to Briton for 27 Years


Legal Articles - UK - Commons/Lords  - ECtHR/European Union - March 2017

"Not in Accordance With the Law" Ground of Appeal

Vulnerable Persons Resettlement Schemes – (Humanitarian Protection Replaced by Refugee Status)

UKHO CPI Note - Iraq: Security and Humanitarian Situation

Morton Hall IRC – Some Concerns and Challenges

Immigration Rules Statement of Changes - (Tier 2 Entrants, Must Provide Criminal Record Certificate)

Immigration: EEA Nationals - Following the UK’s Exit From the EU

Immigration Minister: Tortured Asylum Seekers Can Be Removed

‘Dubs’ Claims Should be Firmly Stayed Until ‘Help Refugees’ Case Decided

UK Depriving Suspected Terrorist of Citizenship Lawful Under the Convention

Ukraine – Any Real Risk of Jail Time, No Matter How Little, Removal Would Breach Article 3

SSHD’s Appeal Against Decision Not to Deport a Convicted Foreign National - Dismissed

Asylum: Advisory Services (Unable to Leave the UK by Reason of a Physical Impediment)

No Hard and Fast Rules as to What Constitutes Family Life Within the Compass of Article 8 ECtHR

Abolition, of a right of appeal for Turkish citizens - breaches requirements of article 41(1) of the Additional Protocol to the ECAA

Early Day Motion 1093: Government Life in The UK Test (Unreasonable Travel Distance)

Early Day Motion 1013: Iran's Influence in the Middle East

Early Day Motion 1012: Land, Environment and Human Rights Defenders

EDM 1009: UN Convention on the Rights of Persons With Disabilities

Country Policy and Information Note - Kenya: Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

Country Policy and Information Note - Burma: Critics of the Government

CPI Note - Libya: Actual or Perceived Supporters of Former President Gaddafi

UKHO Country Policy and Information Note - Egypt: Women

Asylum Research Consultancy (ARC) COI Update Vol. 144

Asylum Research Consultancy (ARC) COI Update Vol. 143



Continuing Conflicts That Create Refugees – February 2017

Deteriorated Situations: Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Korean Peninsula, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nagorno-Karabakh (Azerbaijan)

Overview: Jihadist insurgents in Pakistan unleashed a new wave of attacks in February prompting the government to launch a deadly crackdown, while the military’s targeting of alleged Taliban camps across the border in Afghanistan escalated tensions between Islamabad and Kabul. The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict saw intensified fighting along the Line of Contact (LoC). North Korea’s announcement of another missile test and the assassination of its leader’s estranged half-brother drew international condemnation. In the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), old security threats re-emerged and in the Central African Republic (CAR) fighting between rebel factions spiked and could worsen in March.

Conflict Risk Alerts: Central African Republic - Resolution Opportunities None

CrisisWatch is a monthly early warning bulletin designed to provide a regular update on the state of the most significant situations of conflict around the world.

Read the full report: International Crisis Group, http://tiny.cc/tg8jjy


Important Tools for Anti-Deportation Campaigners - March 2017

Family Reunion in the United Kingdom (UK) - UNHCR Briefing Paper

*Detention Services Orders For Home Office Officials*

HRW World Report 2017: Demagogues Threaten Human Rights


Useful Reports/Current Immigration Statistics

Self-Harm January through December 2016

Self-Harm January through December 2015

Self-Harm January through December 2014

Deportation/Detention/Asylum Q4 Oct/Nov.Dec 2016

Deportation/DetentionAsylum Q3 July/August/September 2016

Deportation/DetentionAsylum Q2 April/May/June 2016

Deportation/Detention/Asylum Q1 2016


29 Deaths Across the UK Detention Estate - Suicide/Murder/Undetermined ----

Number of Individuals Recorded as Refusing Meals in Immigration Removal Centres