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General information May 2010

Anti-Deportation Campaigns

Courage Idiagbonya  (Has left the UK)
Sehar Shebaz and Wania  (Have left the UK)
Around the Campaigns Thursday 20th May 2010
Nadia Arzane and Bashir Foris   (Nadia still in the UK, still in detention, Bashir in Latvia)
Prevent forcible removal of Yosief Michael Kidane
May Makwangwala   (Removal stayed, medically unfit to fly, high blood pressure)
Huseini Abubakar      (Has left the UK)

Anti-Deportation News

Refugee and Migrant Justice charity faces closure as £1.8m payments backlog mounts

Monjeza and Chimbalanga, Sara Hashash - Gay Malawi couple freed    Sunday Times, May 30, 2010

Asylum seeker can stay as papers to fight her case were a day late    The Scotsman, 29 May 2010

Control Of Immigration: Quarterly Statistical Summary, United Kingdom, January/February/March 2010

Harmondsworth expansion adds to risk    Institute of Race Relations 27 May 2010
Report on an announced inspection of Harmondsworth Immigration Removal Centre
Judge orders Home Office to stop deportations without warning, Tuesday 25 May 2010
Self-Harm in Immigration Detention January/February/March 2010
Al Aynsley-Green: Speedy end to child detention is needed, Sunday 23 May
Think tank: Immigration beats aid in reducing world poverty    Sunday Times 23/05/10
UK family shot dead in eastern Pakistan       Three Britons - all members of the same family - have been shot dead in a marriage dispute in eastern Pakistan, local police have said.  BBC News  Friday, 21 May 2010 11:37 UK
Law must protect gay asylum seekers     Bernard, Friday 21 May 2010
News Round up Friday 21st May 2010
Outrage as gay pair are sentenced to 14 years' hard labour in Malawi     The Times, May 21, 2010
Number of refugee children falling into destitution increasing
Fight for LGBT rights around the world
Conservatives to legislate for LGBT rights home and abroad
Asylum seekers 'guilty until proven innocent'      BBC Scotland news, 19/05/10
Asylum seeker launches legal bid   Jarrow Gazette, 18 May 2010
Iranian actress Kiana Firouz fears film of her life ends in death    The Times 20/05/10
Conservatives to legislate for LGBT rights home and abroad
Around the Campaigns Tuesday 18th May 2010
Fat priests, thin congregations - Exploitation of Man By Man In God's Name
International Day against Homophobia, 17th May
Asylum children will be kept out of 'distressing' detention centres, Friday 14 May 2010
New UK government - changes to the UK Border Agency website
Around the Campaigns - Thursday 6th May 2010
Around the Campaigns - Tuesday 4th May 2010
Uganda: The silent practice of deportations     Pambazuka News 06/05/10
Home Office rides roughshod over international students     Institute of Race Relations 6 May 2010
Amnesty International condemns assurances on torture    Institute of Race Relations 6 May 2010
Detention centre publicised safety award just 24 hours after man died in custody    Independent 07/05/10
Missed Appointments: The Nigerian prince and the UK failed immigration system   Corporate Watch, May 05, 2010
Borderline Politics: Arizona's ugly new immigration law is deeply un-American   The Times 30/04/10
Election time: asylum seekers lose their last safety net   By: Clare Sambrook

Continuing Conflicts that create refugees - May 2010 -

Pakistan: Ahmadi Worshippers slaughtered in deadly 'final warning'   The Indpendent, 29 May 2010

Jamaica gun battles claim 60 lives    The Times, May 26, 2010
Cameroon: Fragile State?    International Crisis Group, Africa Report N¡160 25 May 2010

Justice for Steven Monjeza and Tiwonge Chimbalanga   -  Malawian Justice System Violates Human Rights
Nigeria: Police kill, rape, torture and extort says rights group  Alert Net 21/05/10
DR Congo: New Round of LRA Killing Campaign    Human Rights Watch 21/05/10
The Rule of Law in Independent Kosovo  International Crisis Group 19/05/10
Internal displacement worsening, outlook bleak - 27.1 million people displaced in 2009
Pakistanis suffer most displacement in 2009   Alert Net 17/05/10
Darfur clash kills 57 officers, rebels: police   Alert Net 15/05/10
Thailand: Twenty-two killed in bloody street battles   The Times15/05/10
Thousands flee, many killed as Lord's Resistance Army steps up attacks   Alert Net 14/05/10
Nigeria's child 'witches' pay heavy price  The Times, May 14, 2010
Iraq day of violence leaves 102 dead Telegrpah 11/05/10
A Force in Fragments: Reconstituting the Afghan National Army International Crisis Group
Afghanistan: Running on drugs, corruption and aid   IRIN 10/05/10
Human rights abuses still blight North Caucasus, Sunday 9 May 2010   
Turkish forces, aircraft hit Kurd rebels in Iraq    Alert Net 08/05/10
AFRICOM and the US's hidden battle for Africa Pambazuka News 06/05/10
Nigeria faces power struggle over Christian Muslim rule Telegraph 07/04/10
Cameroon police clash with journalists in Yaounde BBC News Monday, 3 May 2010
Conflict Risk Alert: Thailand - International Crisis Group 30/04/10

Continuing Conflicts that Create Refugees, April 2010 - Five actual or potential conflict situations around the world deteriorated and none improved in April 2010, according to the IRG’s monthly bulletin CrisisWatch 81

Legal - UK/European Parliament ~~

Garden Court Chambers - Immigration Law Bulletin - Issue 183

1. HH (Somalia) 2. AM (Somalia) 3. J (Somalia) 4. MA (Somalia) v. Secretary of State for the Home Department
Garden Court Chambers, Immigration Law Bulletin - Issue 182
ZN (Afghanistan)  Supreme Court unanimously allows appeal
Garden Court Chambers, Immigration Law Bulletin - Issue 181
British citizenship can be lost Taffy Nyawanza - Bake & Co Solicitors

Media ~~

G4S another death through lack of care   Private jail 'failed 20-year-old who hanged himself'

Last updated 11 November, 2011