Shaw Review responses and media coverage

//Shaw Review responses and media coverage
Shaw Review responses and media coverage 2016-01-15T12:33:11+00:00

Initial responses to the Shaw Review – as of 15 Feb 2016

British Medical Association

A longer road to freedom for torture survivors?

Home Affairs Select Committee

Minister questioned on work of Immigration Directorates & Evidence from Stephen Shaw who conducted Shaw Review into the Welfare in Detention of Vulnerable Persons

Prison Watch UK

More key findings from the Shaw Review into UK immigration detention: Sexual abuse, low pay and poor transportation

Asylum Aid

The Shaw Review into Welfare in Detention: Implications for women in detention

Asylum Welcome

Shaw Report: less detention & more safeguards needed, Asylum Welcome testimony cited

Kent Refugee Help

The Shaw Review

Kent Refugee Help

Mary Bosworth on Immigration Detention Reports

UKLGIG (UK Lesbian and Gay Immigration Group)

Shaw sympathetic to the argument that transsexual people are unsuited to detention

City of Sanctuary

The Shaw Review calls for reform of UK Immigration Detention

Liberal Democrats for Seekers of Sanctuary

Reaction to Shaw Review on Immigration Detention

Liberal Democrat Voice

Do you know your other half’s National Insurance Number?

AIDA Asylum Information Database

UK: Independent review calls for change in detention policy

Politics.co.uk

Comment: Home Office reform could make it harder to protect torture victims

Prison Watch

Shaw Review on UK immigration detention: four more key findings

University of Oxford, Faculty of Law, Border Criminologies

Immigration Detention in the UK Under Review (Again)

Tamil Solidarity

Response to Shaw review: UK must end ‘unacceptable’ use of indefinite immigration detention

Politics.co.uk

Home Office reform could make it harder to protect torture victims

The Sun

Don’t know your wife’s bra size, sir? Well you can’t stay in the UK (Sun’s take on the Shaw Review)

The Mirror

You don’t know your wife’s bra size? Sorry you can’t enter Britain (Mirror’s take on the Shaw Review)

Express

UK must stop detaining too many immigrants, says damning report

Justice Gap

Shaw Review: ‘Not the beginning, nor the end. But a step in the right direction’

Refugee Council

Beyond Shaw: what does the future hold for detention?

Politics Home

Numbers in immigration detention centres must be ‘boldly’ reduced – report

Justice and Peace Scotland

UK Must Drastically Reduce Use of Detention, Says Shaw Immigration Report

Socialist Party of Great Britain (Socialism of Your Money Back Blogspot)

End Indefinite Detention

EIN (Electronic Immigration Network)

Home Office releases Shaw review into the welfare of vulnerable persons in immigration detention

Labour Press (Labour Party)

Shaw report – clear that the rules meant to protect vulnerable people are not working – Keir Starmer

Dispute Press

Too many immigrants locked up at detention centres across Britain, report claims

Press TV

UK urged to drastically reduce migrant detention

Open Democracy

The report which could destroy Britain’s immigration prisons

The National

Use of detention in UK must be cut, says report

Daily Week

UK must drastically reduce use of detention, says Shaw immigration report

The Global News 24

Too many immigrants locked up at detention centres across Britain, report claims

Migrants’ Rights Network

Detention review doesn’t go far enough say campaigners

Find Law UK

Immigration law: New report advises UK must heavily reduce the use of detention

Gay Times (GT)

Mr Shaw said: “I am sympathetic to the argument that transsexual people are unsuited to detention given what I have seen for myself is the inability of IRCs to provide an appropriate, safe and supportive environment.” (Reference in Article: Trangender equality report was a ‘missed opportunity for trans asylum seekers’)

Channel 4 News

Shaw Review – 64 Recommendations

Bhatt Murphy Solicitors

Shaw review published

Barrow Cadbury Trust

Shaw Review says detention process for illegal immigrants in need of “urgent reform”

Holyrood – Scotland’s Award Winning Current Affairs Magazine

Immigration detainees ‘asked for wife’s bra size’ to test sham marriage suspicions, says review

Prison Watch UK

Seven key findings from the Shaw report on UK immigration detention

RT (Russia Today)

Indefinite detention of asylum seekers inflicts ‘catastrophic’ harm – campaigners

Herald Scotland

Call for time limit on detention of immigrants as report urges “urgent reform”

Politics.co.uk

The report which could destroy Britain’s immigration detention centres

Express

Too many immigrants locked up at detention centres across Britain, report claims

BT.com

Call for time limit on detention of immigrants as report urges ‘urgent reform’

The Register (IT periodical)

Indie review blasts detained immigrants’ Facebook, Skype ban – Social networking ban should be struck down, says one-time ombudsman

Amnesty International

Response to Shaw review: UK must end ‘unacceptable’ use of indefinite immigration detention

Detention Action

Stephen Shaw’s plea for civilised values in immigration detention

Detention Action

Home Secretary’s own review finds immigration detention of vulnerable people ‘an affront to civilised values’

Rene Cassin

Shaw Review – positive but piecemeal

Freedom from Torture

Response to the Shaw Review

Refugee Council

Independent review calls for Government to detain fewer people

The Guardian

UK must drastically reduce use of detention, says Shaw immigration report – Former prisons ombudsman also calls for complete ban on detention of pregnant women in report commissioned by Theresa May

Bedfordshire on Sunday

Long awaited report calls for end to detention of pregnant women at Yarl’s Wood

Freemovement

Shaw Review into the welfare in detention of vulnerable persons published: summary

LibDem Voice

Carmichael calls for time limit on immigration detention

Liberty

Shaw review: Immigration detention in urgent need of reform

Freedom from Torture

Message to Home Office Minister: Action Needed on Torture Survivors in Detention