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UKBA on trial

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UKBA on trial

Movement of Justice will be putting the UK Border Agency (UKBA) on trial on Sunday 3rd March, from 13:00 at University of London Union (ULU), Malet Street WC1H (opposite Waterstones)

Movement of Justice are hosting the public hearing of testimony and putting the case against the UKBA. The UKBA will be on trial for:

  • racism, sexism and homophobia
  • degradation of thousands of asylum seekers, including victims of torture, rape and abuse
  • attacks on education for international students.

The trial will be a court of public opinion and will present testimony and evidence from asylum seekers who have directly experienced the regime of immigration detention, fast-track and the brutal side of deportation attempts.

The speakers putting the case against the UKBA are part of the movement, and continue to fight to get justice in midst of a system designed to rush people through, vulnerable and invisible.

For more information, please see the Facebook event or A Movement for Justice website.

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