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Judgment handed down on unlawful detention of foreign national ex-offender after the Home Office failed to carry out regular detention reviews as required - SK (Zimbabwe) v SSHD
BID acted as a third party intervener in the case of Shepherd Masimba Kambadzi (previously referred to as SK (Zimbabwe)) (FC) (Appellant) v Secretary of State for the Home Department (Respondent)  UKSC 23, on appeal from the Court of Appeal  EWCA Civ...
BID and The Children's Society have published a new report on detention of children, titled ‘Last resort or first resort? Immigration detention of children in the UK.'
UKBA have disclosed the 2010 Returns Group Documentation Unit (RGDU) ETD Country Reference Guide after a BID FOI request
In response to an FOI request from BID, UKBA have now disclosed the 2010 Returns Group Documentation Unit (RGDU) Emergency Travel Documentation Country Reference Guide.
BID now has a Twitter feed. Follow us to find out more about our work as it happens.
BID's comments to Independent Chief Inspector of UKBA on forthcoming joint and thematic inspections - immigration casework and Detained Fast Track
BID welcomes the range of areas that the Independent Chief Inspector of UKBA intends to cover in 2011/12, including the planned joint inspections with HM Inspectorate of Prisons.
The OutCry! partnership between The Children's Society and Bail for Immigration Detainees, that made such a vital contribution to campaigning for an end to the immigration detention of children, has come to a close.
BID is looking for new Trustees to join our Board - Treasurer post, and people with fundraising & communications experience
Do you want to use your skills and experience in support of immigration detainees? Can you spare about four hours a month? The Board of Trustees of Bail for Immigration Detainees is looking for new trustees to join the Board.
Based on extensive experience with families separated by immigration detention, BID provided a witness statement to the court in this case.
BID needs a Media & Communications volunteer for our research and policy office in London. Contact us now!
BID is looking for a Media & Communications volunteer to work in their London office for 2 days a week for 6 months (negotiable).
Guardian Focus podcast: The indefinite detention of foreign prisoners Hundreds of foreign prisoners are held indefinitely after they have served their criminal sentences. Harriet Grant investigates click here for the podcast "With no time limit on immigration...