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.”
Two thousand people in Yarl’s Wood shout for the closing of immigration detention centres. This is how a day was spent protesting the perverse system that holds foreigners without a departure date. Text and photos: Marcos Ortiz F. “Mummy, where is the middle of nowhere?” A child’s question […]
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.
Los jóvenes músicos de La Habana necesitan un piano para seguir abriéndose paso en el mundo de la música. Una destacada pianista cubana radicada en Inglaterra lidera un concierto el 3 de junio en Londres para cumplir un sueño largamente esperado.
After six years living in the UK, she was detained for five and then seven months. This is the story of a Cameroonian woman who saw people die in detention and gives her account to The Prisma.