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Mar

Basics Training Day for Clinicians – March 2020

Medical Justice basics training day. Our next "basics" training day for clinicians interested in volunteering with…

MJ Festive Party 18/02/20 with Kasai Masai Live

January 2nd, 2020

You are invited !   (more…)

Home Office revises definition of torture after Medical Justice highlights problems

September 23rd, 2019

Medical Justice has agreed to ‘stay’ its case against the Home Office in the High Court…

Response to the consultation on the Detention Centre Rules

September 23rd, 2019

We welcome the opportunity to feed into the consultation on the draft Removal Centre Rules (RCR).…

Tragic death of detainee in detention

September 18th, 2019

This death is a tragedy and is acutely felt by detainees left behind, locked in immigration…

A look back at 2018 – Annual Review

September 2nd, 2019

We released our Annual Review 2018-19 in July, at our AGM. In the week the report…

Expecting Change: the case for ending the immigration detention of pregnant women

August 21st, 2019

The report shows that, although migrant pregnant women are detained with a view to their removal,…

Home Office responsibility for women miscarrying in immigration detention

August 20th, 2019

The Home Office was recently made to accept their responsibility in the tragic miscarriage of a…

12
Jul

Training day for Clinicians – OCT 2019

Medical Justice basics training day. Our next "basics" training day for clinicians interested in volunteering with…