Following on from a rally outside the Home Office on Tuesday which drew thousands of people, hundreds more took to the streets of Brighton last night to show their support for the Stansted 15.Continue reading #Brighton and #London rally for #Stansted15
The Stansted 15 protesters, who stopped a government deportation flight from taking off in March last year, have today (December 10) been found guilty of breaching terror laws.Continue reading #UK: ‘Out of control’ Home Office should have been in the dock, not us: #Stansted15 respond to guilty verdict
London: Fifteen people are currently standing trial for stopping a deportation flight from London Stansted Airport to Nigeria in March 2017.
Latest news of the monthly reports about the Moria 35. Updates29th November 2018. A timeline.
On Saturday November 3 700 people demonstrated under the slogan: ‘No Human Is Illegal’ in the center of The Hague, Netherlands. Refugees traveled to the demonstration from four state refugee lager, including many children from family locations.
Around 100 people blocked a street in Bristol’s Easton neighbourhood trying to stop UK Border Agency deportation attempt last night. The stand-off, lasting through-out the night to the chants of “cops go home”, aimed at preventing the police from taking away and eventually deporting an Easton resident. The UK Border Agency van have been successfully blocked from leaving the area by protestors who came both on foot and in cars.
As ICE’s brutality continues to shatter lives, we continue to document the struggle to abolish the institution. We’ve compiled more stories of radical struggle against ICE, the border patrol, and the police; documenting the different tactics, successes, and philosophies from around the country.
With more than 30.000 participants the “We’ll Come United! Anti-racist parade” in Hamburg last Saturday was probably the biggest antiracist demonstration which ever took place in Germany in such a mixed composition.
On the 8th of September around 40 antifascists held a solidarity demo at the Rotterdam/The Hague (Netherlands) Airport deportation prison.
Canada: In 2016 the federal government announced the construction of a new migrant detention center in Laval.
This prison, which is anticipated to hold up to 158 undocumented migrants, is intended to be built on Correctional Service of Canada grounds, right beside Leclerc prison, and is slated to open in 2021. While the Liberal government is attempting to spin this project as a more humane way to detain migrants, we call it what it is — a prison, and know that this is simply prettier window dressing on a violent system of imprisonment and deportation, one that keeps people locked in cages while tearing apart families and communities. We want a world without prisons or colonial borders, a world where people, not states, can decide how they can move and where they can stay. Stopping the construction of the Laval Immigration Detention Centre is one step in the struggle to tear down migrant prisons everywhere.