Migrants and refugees are faced with an array of challenges upon arrival in the UK, including legal barriers that prevent access to employment, housing and healthcare, and more generally, a lack of opportunities to interact with others.
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16 October 2020by David Hildebrand
02 October 2020by SACC
Northern Ireland's Justice Minister, Naomi Long, responds to concerns over the treatment of Dr Issam Hijjawi Basalat in Maghaberry Prison.
15 July 2020by SACC
The new Counter-Terrorism and Sentencing Bill 2020 will not enhance public security.
29 June 2020by Richard Haley
Badreddin Abadlla Adam was shot dead by police after he attacked people with a knife. There may be circumstances in which firearms are the correct response to a knife, but they will be very rare. So what happened?
05 June 2020by SACC
An outine of lockdown law in Scotland and your rights.
19 May 2020by Richard Haley
Police forces around the UK have been categorising campaigners as "domestic extremists". Political policing has to stop. The starting point is to scrap the UK's terrorism laws and counter-extremism policies
11 February 2020by Richard Haley
Otherstani is a newly-released animation of a poem by Talha Ahsan. Talha wrote the poem during his time in prison where he spent 8 years across the UK and the United States without trial.
28 January 2020by SACC
Speech by holocaust survivor Hajo Meyer at a public meeting in the Augustine Church, Edinburgh on Saturday 23 January 2010.
"Only people who are already dehumanised due to indoctrination and propaganda are able to dehumanise others. These occupation forces are not really human. A great part of the Israeli population, not all of them, is dehumanised after three generations"
10 January 2020by Richard Haley
Speech at No War With Iran protest organised by Edinburgh Stop the War Coalition on the evening of 9 January 2020. We need to demand that British and US troops get right out of the Middle East, right now. And while they’re at it, covert operatives and private military contractors – mercenaries to you and me – need to get out too.