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Return of the Fast Track?

Justice Secretary, Liz Truss, announced proposals to introduce a fast […]

Charter flights: ‘when politics comes before people’

Last month activists prevented the departure of a charter flight […]

Not one more: Another death at the Verne

Yesterday we learned of another death in detention. As the […]

Will More and Longer Detention Solve the ‘Migration Crisis’?

This article originally appeared on the Border Criminologies blog on […]

Morton Hall: ‘The devastating impact of indefinite detention can no longer be denied’

Today, HM Inspectorate of Prisons has released a report following an unannounced […]

Home Office policy vs Home Office practice – Freed Voices on the #DetentionDebate

Today’s Westminster Hall debate on the detention of vulnerable people […]

#DetentionDebate tomorrow at Westminster

Tomorrow, 14 March, there will be a debate about the […]

Freed Voices meet the UN High Commissioner for Refugees

Last month, Freed Voices members William and Kasonga met with […]

#BeyondDetention: Freed Voices & UNHCR Global Detention Strategy

“The truth is that we, the migrants, have become leverage […]

Integration: A debate or a diktat?

 “Right now, there is a big  conversation about  integration in […]