Natasha Tsangarides is the researcher at Medical Justice. Her research publication Expecting Change: the case for ending the immigration detention of pregnant women was published 11 June 2013. Her earlier publication for Medical Justice, The Second Torture: the immigration detention of torture survivors, exposed how torture survivors are routinely held in immigration detention centres in breach of the Home Office's own rules.
Published in: Shine A LightMiscarriage, stillbirth, psychosis. Pregnant in UK immigration detention
It is government policy to detain pregnant women in only very exceptional circumstances. But it happens a lot. The...
Published in: 50.50Pregnant, detained, and subjected to force in the UK
Pregnant women are being held in immigration detention by the British government, violating statutory legislation,...