In March a United Nations report described the situation there as ‘deteriorating’. The Bishop of Winchester objected recently in the Lords to government claims that the country was now safe, noting that every independent organisation with first-hand experience finds ministerial assurances of safety “simply incredible”. He said that the Country Guidance Case on March 28th, at which the situation could be re-evaluated by the government, “will hear fresh evidence of ill-treatment, torture and rape of returned refugees, both at the airport and at associated holding centres”.
Asylum seekers in Nottingham need your help in putting pressure on the government to admit that its deportation policy is wrong. No Borders Nottingham and Congolese people and ask you to attend a rally to show solidarity on March 28th at 1.00 in the Market Square. Please come and show solidarity with us.
For more information see
Nottingham Refugee network
Nottingham Congolese community
Contact: Patrick Essalo 07877489626