Just announced on Radio Merseyside
31 May 2005
Campaign Against Slave Labour
Asylum scheme labelled 'slavery'
YMCA stands for:
- A worldwide fellowship based on the equal value of all persons
- Respect and freedom for all, tolerance and understanding between people of different opinions
- Active concern for the needs of the community
- United effort by Christians of different traditions
YMCA press-gangs asylum seekers into slave labour
Protest against the slave labour of failed asylum seekers
City of Culture becomes City of Slavery with the help of the YMCA
Campaign to Stop the YMCA turning Asylum-Seekers into Slave Labour
YMCA to run controversial asylum project
YMCA England Statement
"The price of freedom is eternal vigilance" - Section 10 still exists and others expressed an interest in running the pilot...
Asylum And Immigration (Treatment Of Claimants, Etc) Act 2004: Linking Community Activities With Support Under Section 4
"The attached notice invites expressions of interest in providing programmes of community activities under the provisions contained in section 10 of the Asylum and Immigration (Treatment of Claimants, etc) Act 2004.
10 December 1004
Joint Committee On Human Rights - Fourteenth Report
New Clause 10: Making "Hard Case Support" Conditional on Performance of Community Work
"... making the provision of accommodation to failed asylum seekers conditional on their performance of community work would be in breach of the prohibition of forced or compulsory labour in Article 4(2) ECHR. We draw this to the attention of each House."
House of Commons Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation
I am pleased to inform the Committee that YMCA England will arrange and co-ordinate community activities in the first phase. That is the first public announcement of our partnership with YMCA in England in this regard, and we are in the process of finalising a grant agreement.
Damning migrant report delayed "deregulated, super-exploitation of migrant workers'
Report: 'Forced Labour and Migration to the UK'
Orginal Word doc: (68 pages)
"Migrant workers in the UK, including those with the right to work here, are subject to such levels of exploitation and control that they meet the international legal definition of ‘forced labour’, according to a
report by independent researchers http://www.tuc.org.uk/international/tuc-9316-f0.cfm
no one is a slave posting for http://www.asylumpolicy.info