Research reveals Legal Aid process presents applicants with hurdle after hurdle to obtain legal aid & legal representation.
A former client of Bail for Immigration Detainees shares his experiences and what changes should be made to prevent deaths in custody.
New research exposes the devastating impact of GPS tagging in the Immigration System.
New research shows people facing deportation or removal from the UK unable to access legal advice.
New research documents the devastating impact upon immigration detainees in prisons of conditions amounting to indefinite solitary confinement.
New research carried out by Bail for Immigration Detainees examines the devastating impact of the deportation system from the perspective of those it affects, in particular the families it forces apart and the children made to grow up without a parent.
BID publishes new research on immigration bail hearings during the Covid-19 pandemic.
BID publishes new research to help people demonstrate to the court the impact their deportation will have upon their child.
A decade of data exposes multiple and compounding barriers to justice faced by people in detention.
Research reveals multiple and systemic failings in Home Office detention decision-making during COVID-19
Six-monthly survey reveals serious deficiencies in the quality of legal representation in immigration detention
Shocking testimonies reveal the cruelty of daily life in immigration detention.
A summary of the key findings of our evaluation of the 'Adults at Risk' policy in practice.
An evaluation of the 'Adults at Risk' policy in practice: evidence from BID's case work.
Provisional results of a survey of levels of legal representation for immigration detainees across the UK detention estate, January 2011
An evaluative report on the Millbank Alternative to Detention Pilot' by BID and The Children's Society
Refusal Factory: Women's experiences of the Detained Fast Track asylum process at Yarl's Wood Immigration Removal Centre
Maintaining contact: What happens after detained asylum seekers get bail? A report by South Bank University, London