Migration

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Why climate change and migration are unavoidably linked

Across the world, two issues have everyone’s attention – immigration and climate change. It’s easy to think those two things are unconnected, but like so many issues of global inequality, they’re intimately linked.

Join us to put the Hostile Environment on trial

This November the hostile environment will be out on trial in front of a panel of expert jurors. Join us, hear evidence and make real links with on the ground groups that are fighting for the rights of migrants and refugees.

A victory won by a joint resistance on land and at sea


29 August 2018

I'll try and sum up Saturday's extraordinary events, though it's not easy... Zero Boats #14: CATANIA!

Latest news

Responding to the vote in favour of the Immigration Bill at its second reading in the House of Commons tonight, Nick Dearden, director of Global Justice Now said:

“Today MPs have voted to strip millions of people of their rights. It's a shameful day for Britain.

The Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill, which will enable the government to repeal freedom of movement and associated rights of EU nationals, is an attack on human rights. We stand against the bill and this progression of the government’s hostile environment.

Our response to the publication of the government’s immigration white paper.

Resources

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Hostile environment: template letter to editors

April 2018

Template to write to your local paper about our opposition to the Hostile Environment policy