General information - September 2019

Anti-Deportation Campaigns  - September 2019

UK Deportation of Three Men Halted After Detention Centre Death

Nigerian Man Dies in Harmondsworth Immigration Removal Centre (IRC)

Oppose New Super Max Immigration Removal Centre

Anti-Deportation News  - September 2019

Prison Conditions in Afghanistan

Brexit - A Recurring Roundabout…

G4S Pulls Out of Immigration Sector

Home Office Facing Court Challenge After ‘Corrupt’ Asylum Seeker Policy Exposed

Home Office 'Rushed to Penalize' Students Accused of Cheating

Child Immigration Detention is Not Only Wrong, It Is Ineffective

Lack of Accommodation Does Not Prevent Claim For Unlawful Detention

Migrant Women Who Miscarriaged Wrongly Charged £7,000 For Antenatal Care

Nigerian Man Dies in Harmondsworth Immigration Removal Centre (IRC)

Why the Left Should Argue for More Immigration – But Not Open Borders

The Crisis Facing the Children of Migrants

Home Office to Strip EU Children in Custody of Rights to Remain

Home Office Planning to End Family Reunion for Children After Brexit

Chaos and Confusion at the Home Office

Priti Patel: Leaving the EU: Immigration System

Dozens of Areas Across UK Would Have Suffered Population Decline Without Immigrants

Hundreds of EU Citizens Rightfully Use Windrush Scheme to Stay in UK

Home Office Planning to End Family Reunion for Children After Brexit

Rise in EU Citizens Not Getting UK Settled Status Causes Alarm

Legal Articles - UK - Commons/Lords  - ECtHR/European Union - September 2019

Albanian National Extradited to Italy Despite Asylum Claim

HK/GC/RC v Home Secretary

What is the Right of Abode?

Upper Tribunal: No Reason to Change Sudan Country Guidance

CJEU: Expulsion of Family Members Who Lose Right of Residence Must Still Comply with EU Law

Power to Close Down Businesses Employing Illegal Workers Goes Virtually Unused

SO (Anonymity Direction Made) Appellant v Home Secretary

KH v Home Secretary - 'Error of Law' Decision

R (BG (Albania) V SSHD – Settlement Outcome

Home Secretary v Esther [O] (Criminal Deportation)

Home Secretary v J A O A (Criminal Deportation)

Home Secretary v William Kpato

RJM v Home Secretary

Abrar [A] v Home Secretary

Asylum Research Consultancy Country of Information Update Vol. 201

Asylum Research Consultancy Country of Information Update Vol. 200

Continuing Conflicts That Create Refugees - September 2019

Deteriorated Situations: Burundi, Cameroon, Chad, Somalia, Zimbabwe, Kashmir, Indonesia, Myanmar, South China Sea, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Colombia, Mexico, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Libya

Conflict Risk Alerts: Cameroon, Malawi, Kashmir, Lebanon, Yemen

In August, deadly clashes in Yemen between southern separatists and forces aligned with the internationally-recognised government dimmed prospects for ending the war. Suspected Israeli drone strikes on Iran-backed militias in Iraq and Lebanon ramped up regional tensions. Fighting intensified in Libya's south, north west Syria, and Myanmar's northern Shan State, and in Colombia senior FARC leaders returned to armed struggle. Security in El Salvador improved, but murder rates climbed in Mexico. In Asia, tensions rose in the South China Sea, clashes erupted in Indonesia over the treatment of Papuans, and India's change to Kashmir's status could fuel violence. Presidential polls in Somalia's Jubaland state deepened divisions, intercommunal attacks rose in eastern Chad, and violence in Cameroon's Anglophone west could increase in the coming month. Repression intensified in Burundi, authorities cracked down on protesters in Zimbabwe, and friction between opposition protesters and Malawi's security forces could rise in September. In Europe, tensions rose between Georgia and breakaway region South Ossetia, while in Kyrgyzstan political rivalry led to a shoot-out. On a positive note, Sudan's protagonists agreed on structures to rule until elections, Mozambique's warring parties officially ended hostilities, dialogue initiatives reduced violence in Mali's centre, and talks to end the U.S.-Taliban conflict in Afghanistan could lead to a framework agreement in the coming weeks.

Read more: Crisis Watch,

Essential Tools for Asylum Seekers/Un-DocumentedMigrants/Immigrants/Anti-Deportation Campaigners 2019

US Country Reports on Human Rights Practices

The annual Country Reports on Human Rights Practices – the Human Rights Reports – cover internationally recognized individual, civil, political, and worker rights, as set forth in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other international agreements.

See also US: International Religious Freedom ReportsTrafficking-in-Person ReportsU.S. Treaty ReportsUniversal Period Review; and the Advancing Freedom and Democracy Reports.

State of the World’s Human Rights - Amnesty International Report 2017/18

UNHCR Protection Manual- as of January 2018

HRW World Report 2018: Demagogues Threaten Human Right

34 Deaths Across the UK Detention Estate - Suicide/Murder/Undetermined