Category: Deportation

Research reveals “inhumane” effects of GPS tagging on migrants

Damning report by BID, Medical Justice & Public Law Project evidences the human cost of GPS tagging in the Immigration System.
31 Oct 2022

BID launches project to help asylum seekers facing deportation to Rwanda apply for immigration bail

In response to the government’s inhumane Rwanda policy, this project will help asylum seekers facing deportation to Rwanda apply for immigration bail.
11 Aug 2022

HMIP inspection of Colnbrook demonstrates appalling failings

Report demonstrates multiple failings in a centre where many people facing removal to Rwanda are now held.
11 Jul 2022

Act now to stop the mass deportation to Iraq on 1st June

Hear from those on the flight & show your support by emailing your MP.
26 May 2022

Families for Justice on ‘Separated Families: Unjust Deportations & the Families Left Behind’

Hear about the devastating impact of deportation on families torn apart by cruel Home Office policies.
13 Apr 2022

Eight reasons why the Home Office can't be trusted with more power

The Nationality & Borders Bill is making its way through the House of Lords but the Home Office can't be trusted with more power.
27 Jan 2022

Watch back: "I need air": Solitary confinement & Immigration detention

Watch back our event to hear how the Home Office routinely uses solitary confinement for immigration detention purposes.
26 Jan 2022

Take a stand against the charter deportation flight to Zimbabwe

Actions you can take to #Stoptheflight
21 Jul 2021

Watch back: "Excessively cruel": Detention, deportation & separated families

Hear from our speakers on the impact of the UK's detention and deportation regime on families.
16 Jun 2021

Reports highlight the harms faced by UK families threatened with a family member’s deportation

Reports call on the Government to recognise the impacts of the immigration system on UK families, including British children.
8 Jun 2021

Baroness Shami Chakrabarti to chair "Excessively cruel": Detention, deportation & separated families

Join Baroness Shami Chakrabarti at 4pm on 8th June for a discussion of the impact of the detention and deportation system on families.
3 Jun 2021

New research published today examines the impact of family separation upon children

BID publishes new research to help people demonstrate to the court the impact their deportation will have upon their child.
20 Nov 2020

Detention and deportation during covid-19: what the figures tell us

As the Home Office continue their detention & deportation regime through the pandemic, we look at what the figures tell us
17 Nov 2020

BID statement – Charter flight and people arriving in small boats

Read BID's statement about the charter flight and people arriving in small boats
12 Aug 2020

BID speaks on London-born twins Darrell & Darren Rogers facing deportation

BID speaks with the Guardian & the Mirror about the Home Office's decision to deport London-born twins Darrell & Darren Rogers
15 Jul 2020

Watch back our panel 'Deported from home'

Watch back our panel to hear how the Home Office routinely forces people out of the UK
7 Jul 2020

Deported from home: How the UK turns its back on the people it raised

Join us on the 2nd July at 6pm to to hear how the Home Office routinely forces people out of the UK
25 Jun 2020

“Life after Detention” BID volunteer Charlotte writes for the Justice Gap

Three stories reflecting an immigration system that inflicts so much harm with such little compassion
28 May 2020

BID signs Runnymede Trust’s Open Letter 'Windrush: 10 urgent recommendations'

BID joins organisations urging the government to implement 10 recommendations following the Windrush Review.
14 Apr 2020

BID welcomes Supreme Court's landmark ruling in DN (Rwanda)

The Supreme Court has today unanimously allowed DN (Rwanda)’s appeal in which BID intervened.
26 Feb 2020

Statement by Bail for Immigration Detainees on the upcoming charter flight to Jamaica

Of the 50 people who are scheduled to be deported on the charter flight to Jamaica next week 5 are BID clients. Read our full statement.
6 Feb 2020

How the UK government detains and deports parents

Today on International Day of Families, our Legal Manager Nick explains how the Home Office fails families by detaining and deporting parents.
15 May 2019

BID's Celia Clarke comments on the separation of families in the Independent

BID's comment on the case of a woman facing deportation, despite having two British children who would have to be taken into care as a result.
23 Apr 2019
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