Research and Reports
House of Commons Home Affairs Committee: Channel crossings, migration and asylum, first report 2022-23.
House of Commons Home Affairs Committee: Channel crossings, migration and asylum, first report 2022-23.
These are the conclusions reached by the Home Affairs Committee from the first report on Channel Crossings, Migration and Asylum, and the attached recommendations to the Home Office. Unusually for a parliamentary committee the findings are extremely critical of Government, especially […]
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August
04
2022
Author
House of Commons Home Affairs Committee
Research and Reports
Lives on Hold
Lives on Hold
This report looked into the experiences of people seeking asylum living in hotel accommodation in England: it is a follow-up on our research report on the same topic from last year. The report identified a range of problems and challenges as a result of insufficient support provided in asylum hotels. It provides an update on the situation for people living in hotels, with new information […]
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August
04
2022
Author
Refugee Council
Research and Reports
Biased and Unjust: The Immigration Detention Complaints Process
Biased and Unjust: The Immigration Detention Complaints Process
This report looks at whether complaints handling in immigration removal centres has improved in the last few years, based on the experience of case workers at Medical Justice. It looks at how the handling of complaints met the principles for complaint handling produced by the Parliamentary […]
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July
01
2022
Author
Medical Justice
Research and Reports
Harmed Not Heard
Harmed Not Heard
This report by Medical Justice examines the current mechanisms for safeguarding within UK Immigration Removal Centres, and concludes that there are serious defects.
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May
09
2022
Author
Medical Justice
Research and Reports
In a Place like Prison
In a Place like Prison
This report is the result of in-depth interviews with fourteen people in the asylum system with recent experience of living in institutional asylum accommodation. Although individuals’ experiences were different, there were a number of common themes which surfaced again and again in the stories they told.
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December
17
2021
Author
Asylum Matters

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