Liberated after 3 years detained in Yarl’s Wood, this Namibian women has become a symbol of the limitless duration of immigrant detention. “I consider myself an anti-deportation activist. (…) I suffered all my life. All I want is peace.”
Poor healthcare, detainees abused by the guards and a system that “breaks your heart” are part of the things this Cameroonian woman lived while being detained in the UK. “It’s people who have been tortured, who are gang raped in their countries”, she explains.
Unite, the UK’s largest union, has renewed calls for a public inquiry into blacklisting, after new revelations of how corporate intelligence firms infiltrated left-wing and environmental groups. The revelations which were made on 13 December by The Guardian and then Bureau of Investigative Journalism, increase the concern that information […]
Due to the opening of the new Embassy of the United States in London, the American president may come to visit the British capital. In view of this situation, the largest march in British history is expected to take place, made up of thousands of people whom will demonstrate on […]
The victims that were massacred during Apartheid in South Africa deserve to be in the people’s memory, as well as all of those that have suffered racism. Thus, the UN created this, 17th of March, a day in which demonstrations would be held in different parts of the world, the […]