The UK has too many jobs with low wages, long hours, and little stability. The solution is not panic-issued visas, but to drive up standards, and strengthen all our rights at work. Read more
The Government is trying to pass new laws that would criminalise refugees. JCWI's Zoe Gardner explained to MPs exactly how dangerous this anti-refugee bill is. Read more
What happens now the EU Settlement Scheme deadline has passed? What should campaigners do next? Read more
Our ground-breaking research explores the reality of life for undocumented migrants in the UK today. Based on in-depth interviews with undocumented people, we explore how people become undocumented, and propose simple, workable reforms to break the cycle of insecure immigration status. (April 2021) Read more
We believe in a fair and just immigration system
A fairer, more efficient and more humane immigration system, with laws based on sound evidence.
No migrant or refugee is made destitute, denied fundamental rights or forced to live in fear.
Greater access to justice and greater respect for human rights, human dignity and the rule of law.
The benefits of migration are celebrated and shared, with no community left behind.
We are delighted to announce that Minnie Rahman will be our Interim Chief Executive until December 2021, while Satbir Singh takes parental leave.
Whether you're new to immigration advice or an experienced practitioner, we have courses at all levels, to help you keep up with the ever changing immigration rules.
Become a member of JCWI today and help us defend the rights of refugees, asylum seekers and migrants.
Our response to media reports that Priti Patel may be planning to send asylum seekers overseas. Read more
We are delighted to be distributing the funds raised in the Windrush Winter Emergency Appeal - just over £70,000 - to support people who were caught up in the Windrush scandal. Read more
BBC Panorama on 5 May 2021 asks "Am I British?" and looks at the ways young people are being denied their rights and excluded from citizenship, even if they were born and raised in the UK. Read more
Our Annual General Meeting for members, with an update from the Chair of Trustees, Guppi Bola, and our Interim Chief Executive, Minnie Rahman. Read more
“It’s difficult to beat the smile on a person’s face when you have just secured their release from detention or their right to stay in the UK”
We are a small organisation but we punch above our weight, supporting individuals and fighting for a better, fairer system. We can't do it without your support. Help us build a better Britain by donating today.