ZA supports the closing of detention centres

NCADC changes name to Right to Remain - see new website

Autumn Newsletter from Gatwick Detainees Welfare GroupNewsletter Autumn 13

For news on current Detention Issues click on monthly newsletter from AVID:

In Touch 129 June 2014

In Touch March In Touch 126 FINAL amended

In Touch   Issue 125 February 2014

In Touch July 2013In Touch April 2013

In Touch112 Jan 2013

In Touch 109 Oct 2012

In Touch Sept 108

In Touch 107 August 2012

In Touch 105 June 2012 (2)

In Touch 104 May 2012

A new report has been published on Women Detained, see link




The Diaspora Support Network supports the resettlement of foreign national detainees and unlocks their potential to positively contribute, build and sustain their communities.  As well as providing this support to individuals who are facing deportation from the UK (deportation following a criminal conviction, as opposed to administrative removal), they also run outreach sessions aimed at anyone who is having an immigration problem related to potential deportation of themselves or a family member who is a foreign national who may be in prison or in a removal centre.  DSN aims to provide them with details on where they can get support in the UK and in their home country.

These outreach sessions are run on the first Saturday of every month, at theCarnegie Library, 188 Herne Hill Road, London, SE24 0AG. The venue can be accessed from Loughborough Junction rail station (10 minute walk) or from the P4 bus which stops immediately outside the Library. This bus can be accessed opposite Brixton underground station.  See info here.

Spring Newsletter from Gatwick Detainees Welfare Group GDWG Newsletter Spring 2013

Detainees, supporters or legal reps are encouraged to make their   referrals to Medical Justice  online 
The online referral function  allows you to type in the information required to make a referral – copy and paste is allowed and you can attach files.

New reports on Detention Issues:

A Prison in the Mind

Below are links to lobbying groups and campaigns working with detainees