The Joint Committee on Human Rights published evidence submitted by Migrants’ Rights Network, Migrants at Work and asylum seekers in Home Office accommodation into the impact of the Inhumane Migration Bill (now Act).
Our evidence covered safe routes, removal to a third country and the impact of the legislation on modern slavery victims.
MRN has partnered with Migrants at Work to investigate the root of exploitation and inherent issues with sponsorship schemes through our campaign into State-Enabled Modern Slavery. We are also working with asylum seekers to determine what safe routes should look like through our Hostile Office campaign.
You can read the full submission here.