The ECtHR has ruled on the plight of migrant children trapped in degrading conditions of detention in Greece caused in part by the closure of the Balkans corridor into the rest of Europe. Our client, Statewatch, submitted a third party intervention on this important case. DPG...

The European Court of Human Rights has today ruled that the Home Office had unlawfully detained our client from mid-2008 to 14 September 2009. In making this finding the Court disagreed with the UK domestic court who found that detention had only become unlawful on...

The European Court of Human Rights has granted our client Anti-Slavery International permission to intervene in the significant case of Chowdhury v Greece, Application No: 21884/15. The plight of Mr Chowdhury and his fellow workers, who were migrants working as fruit pickers in Greece, was publicised...

Ali Agab Nour, a Sudanese lawyer and refugee, will challenge the British Government’s decision to provide military training to the Sudanese Army today in the High Court. It is well-documented that the Sudanese Army regularly and systematically perpetrate truly appalling human rights violations including mass rape,...