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General information October 2011

Anti-Deportation Campaigns  -  October 2011

Ebenezer, Daisy & Zillah - Must Remain in the UK
Lydia Werrit, 88, facing deportation to Zimbabwe
Let Lorna Live in Peace! - Only hours left to Act ( Lorna has left the UK)
Why don't UKBA believe Ugandan asylum seeker Proscovia is a lesbian?
Bernard back with Lydia and both in the community where they belong
Shamiso Kofi - Belongs to Stevenage 
(Still here, Still in detention)
Khethiwe Mashavave Belongs to Bristol - Not Robert Mugabe
(Still in the UK)

Anti-Deportation News    - October 2011

UKBA Mismanages Foreign National Prisoners

Right to family life should not interfere with EU system for allocating asylum responsibility
There is no dignity in eating crumbs!
"Family Friendly" Government Turns Nasty on Certain Families
Violence against women: Prevent, Protect and Provide Justice
Immigrants saved my family and are crucial to Britain
Barriers to Support Appeals for Asylum- Seeking Women
Report on an unannounced short follow-up inspection of Haslar IRC
Immigration: Speech by David Cameron
Solicitors' clients too often overcharged and left in dark, regulator says   Owen Bowcott,The Guardian, 06/10/11
Nottingham asylum seeker fell from balcony 'after taunts'      BBC News, 05/10/11
UKBA/Barnardo's family-friendly removal policy, falls at first hurdle  Diane Taylor,, 03/10/11/2011
Reports of the Human Rights Act's death have been greatly exaggerated  Adam Wagner, UK Human Rights Blog
Report on an unannounced short follow up inspection of Campsfield House IRC
UKBA/Barnardo's family-friendly removal policy, falls at first hurdle Diane Taylor,, Monday 3 October 2011
Benefits tourism – an EU/UK dust-up

Continuing Conflicts that create refugees - October 2011 -

Kenya: Sexual violence still a major urban threat
Uganda: Proposal to scrap bail could worsen abysmal prison conditions
India: Repeal Armed Forces Special Powers Act
Iran: UN human rights expert concerned over judicial abuses
CAR: Civilians bear the brunt of decades of violence and abuses
Malawi: Human Rights
Burma: Army Committing Abuses in Kachin State
Australian police study Sri Lanka 'war crimes' dossier
Ivory Coast: 'They Killed Them Like It Was Nothing'   Human Rights Watch, October 5th 2011
Left behind: The impact of Zimbabwe’s mass forced evictions on the right to education  Amnesty/Reliefweb, 04/10/11
Suicide bomb kills over 80 in Somali capital Mogadishu
13 killed in Pakistan shooting attacks
Cameroon: End 'discriminatory' anti-gay laws

8 actual or potential conflict situations around the world deteriorated in September 2011, according to the latest issue of the International Crisis Group's monthly bulletin CrisisWatch. Deteriorated Situations: Burundi, Central African Republic, Sudan, Guinea, Afghanistan, Kosovo, Bolivia, Yemen  Download the full report: Crisiswatch-98.pdf

Legal - UK - Commons/Lords  - ECtHR/European Parliament - October 2011

Important briefing on Children Facing Removal from the UK

Extradition Review
Asylum Procedures and Reception Conditions Directives
UK Border Agency explains need to hold families in some cases
Malawi: Human Rights
ARC: Country Of Information Update Volume 20 released
Garden Court Chambers - Immigration Law Bulletin - Issue 248
Garden Court Chambers - Immigration Law Bulletin - Issue 247
EDM 2252 Bahrain Human Rights
EDM 2245: Protection Of Coptic Christians In Egypt
R (on the application of Quila and another) & R (on the application of Bibi and another)
Changes in Immigration Rules
Commentary on UKBA April 2011 Zimbabwe Operational Guidance Note
Garden Court Chambers - Immigration Law Bulletin - Issue 246
When is family life family life? A look at deportation cases
Morris dancing - Bah v The UK – 56328/07 [2011] ECHR 1448
Third Country Removals - Greece & all Countries

Immigration Statistics Quarter 2 - April/May/June 2011
Last updated 10 November, 2011