How the government deports parents with children in the UK

29 August 2019
As part of our Anti-Birthday campaign, Legal Manager Carmen Kearney explains the importance of representation and expert reports in deportation cases.

A day in the life of BID's Advice Line

8 August 2019
As part of our Anti-Birthday campaign casework volunteer Charlotte Rubin captures the atmosphere of our busy office while the advice line is open.

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.

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.

“If you put your mind to it, you can achieve it"

29 October 2018
Charlotte McLean, a BID volunteer, describes her first visit to an Immigration Removal Centre

Inside Morton Hall Immigration Removal Centre: a first-hand account from a BID volunteer

1 August 2018
Read about volunteer Laurie Green-Eames experience visiting Morton Hall.

A day in the lives of BID clients: examples of Home Office and Tribunal decision-making

13 June 2018
BID clients experience serious and repeated injustices at the hands of Home Office, Tribunal and IRC staff.

First Experiences as a BID Volunteer

16 May 2018
BID volunteer Jessye Corcoran Dodds describes her emotional visit to Harmondsworth Immigration Removal Centre.

First Impressions of Morton Hall IRC

7 February 2018
Read BID volunteer Jack Fowler's account of his first visit to Morton Hall.

Parallel Reality

8 November 2017
BID volunteer George Collecot describes his experience assisting with BID workshops in two detention centres, Morton Hall and The Verne.

Initial Impressions of Yarl’s Wood

7 August 2017
Former BID volunteer Annahita Moradi shares her experience visiting Yarl's Wood, a women's only immigration removal centre.

The Freedom Lottery

1 August 2017
BID voluteer Isaac Ricca-Richardson describes his work with immigration detainees and the injustices they face.
Bail for Immigration Detainees (BID) is a registered Charity No. 1077187. Registered in England as a Limited Company No. 03803669. Accredited by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner Ref. No. N200100147. We are a member of the Fundraising Regulator, committed to best practice in fundraising and follow the standards for fundraising as set out in the Code of Fundraising Practice.
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