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

23 April 2019
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.

“Nothing Good Comes from Detention”: Shocking testimonies from detention

18 April 2019
New research published by Bail for Immigration Detainees (BID) exposes the full horror of people’s experience of immigration detention in the UK.

Sign up to #GoTheDistance for detainees on 17th June 2019

2 April 2019
​Join BID's team on Monday 17th June for the London Legal Walk to #GoTheDistance for immigration detainees.

Eight to run Hackney Half in support of BID

1 April 2019
Our amazing Hackney Half team share their reasons for running in support of BID.

BID’s sell out Pub Quiz raises over £500 for legal advice for immigration detainees

26 March 2019
Read about BID's first pub quiz of the year and hear from attendees about why they decided to support our work.

“Careless and cavalier” Home Affairs Select Committee slams immigration detention

21 March 2019
Home Affairs Select Committee slams immigration detention system and Home Office management of it as witnesses give compelling evidence.

Hidden Histories: Yarl’s Wood and its captive women

8 March 2019
Today on International Women’s Day, we take a look at Yarl’s Wood IRC the UK’s only facility established to detain women for immigration purposes.

BID Pub Quiz, 21st March 6.30pm

27 February 2019
Register now for BID’s first pub quiz of the year on the 21st March at the Blacksmith and Toffeemaker

Former BID client and Royal Security Guard speaks with the Guardian

19 February 2019
Read about Lyndon's detention in today's Guardian

Meet volunteers Leila and Elena, working with BID to end immigration detention

13 February 2019
Hear from BID volunteers Leila Chentouf and Elena Marquez on their experience challenging immigration detention in the UK.

“In Whose Best Interests?” Event Summary

6 February 2019
Watch clips and download the slides from "In Whose Best Interests?"our event exploring detention, deportation and separated families.

Write to your MP and help #EndDetention

22 January 2019
Download our template to write to your MP.

BID's Legal Advice Survey covered by The Justice Gap

10 January 2019
Our Autumn 2018 Legal Advice Survey was covered in an article by Jon Robins for The Justice Gap.

Six-monthly survey reveals lack of legal representation for immigration detainees

20 December 2018
The survey is the only data collected on the availability of legal advice and representation in immigration detention.

2018 Annual Report Published

19 December 2018
In 2018 BID supported more people than ever before. Read our Annual Report to hear about how we did it.

"In Whose Best Interests?" event to be held 22 January 2019

12 December 2018
Join us as we come together to examine the separation of families by detention and deportation and conduct the BID Annual General Meeting.

The Nightmare before Christmas

6 December 2018
Make a donation this Christmas and help us end the nightmare of immigration detention in the UK.

Meet the volunteers donating their time this #GivingTuesday

27 November 2018
We caught up with the volunteers in the office this #GivingTuesday to discuss why they donate their time to challenge immigration detention in the UK.

BID gives evidence to Parliament’s Joint Committee on Human Rights

5 November 2018

The Human Rights Committee are conducting an inquiry into immigration detention. Watch BID's director, Celia Clarke, give evidence

BID works with the Guardian to expose the cruelty of immigration detention

2 November 2018
In October the Guardian launched its detention project, intended to expose the reality of immigration detention in the UK.
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