Published in: Shine A LightWhen the penalty for overstaying your visa is death
UK Parliamentarians plead for the life of Nigerian asylum-seeker Isa Muazu.
Published in: Shine A LightJustice in the UK: back to the 1930s?
Proposals to cut legal aid and judicial review in Britain will make it harder for people fighting for their rights to challenge the government's cuts agenda, and will remove one of the few lifelines to justice for asylum seekers, refugees and undocumented workers, says Kate Blagojevic.
Published in: 50.50Detention and human rights in the UK: maintaining the presumption of liberty
Rigorous reviews by a genuinely independent panel could be a significant step away from the routine long-term detention of migrants in Britain, but only a time limit provides a sure safeguard, says Kate Blagojevic