Our priority is to promote a fair and non-discriminatory immigration system through policy influencing and litigation.
In recent years high-profile PLP cases have prevented regressive changes and/or improved legal protections across a range of migrants’ rights issues including indefinite detention, the legal aid residence test, and the right of access to the court for migrants facing removal from the UK.
Recent reforms have significantly changed the landscape for migrant groups in the UK, presenting greater risks to access to justice for those subject to immigration control.
Our main goals in this area are:
Read more in our 2022-25 strategy
After meeting with the Ministry of Justice, PLP continues to prepare evidence for our proposed legal challenge
PLP’s evidence to the Public Accounts Committee, pointing out the risks of the the Home Office’s Asylum Transformation programme, has been published
21 November 2023 – 24 November 2023 @ 12:00 am – Due to the importance of the Supreme Court Rwanda judgment, we are asking panels to address the judgment’s impact, including on other policies and legislation such as the Illegal Migration Act. BOOKINGS remain open during the event but please note that they may not be processed until next day, so we cannot guarantee live event […]