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Rodents, bedbugs, mould: UK asylum housing is a Hostile Environment

5th June, 2018

A Manchester asylum hostel run by Britain’s biggest outsourcer Serco is riddled with cockroaches, rodents and … read more


Zimbabwe: “no changes and no democracy”

23rd May, 2018

Why Zimbabwe is still not safe for refugees like Marian Machekanyanga Marian was forced to leave … read more


How UK migration rules make children homeless

9th May, 2018

Councils are forcing children into homelessness and destitution simply because of their parents’ migration status. … read more


Mothers and children unlawfully housed in Sheffield B&Bs for years

9th May, 2018

VIOLET DICKENSON and JOHN GRAYSON 5 April 2018 Women and young children routinely placed in shared hostels with … read more


The roots of the Hostile Environment

24th April, 2018

In December 2013 SYMAAG organised a protest in Sheffield against the 2014 Immigration Act which … read more


“We need humanity and accountability” in asylum housing

8th March, 2018

Asylum tenants organise at Sheffield conference This was the first national meeting of asylum tenants. … read more


Human Rights and Asylum Housing conference Sheffield February 24

1st February, 2018

SYMAAG invites you to an action day conference on human rights and asylum housing in … read more


Daisy and the £4 billion Asylum Housing Contracts

1st December, 2017

As the tendering process for £4 billion worth of contracts over ten years gets under … read more


Another person dies at Morton Hall – a letter from detainees

10th October, 2017

This letter was written by people detained at Morton Hall Immigration Removal Centre and sent … read more


Direct Provision – Ireland’s holding pens for asylum seekers

26th September, 2017

At a recent SYMAAG meeting, our co-chair John Grayson reported on his recent fact-finding visit … read more