We want to live in a country in which immigration law and policy are based on sound evidence, promote the rule of law and are underpinned by respect for human rights and human dignity. In which no individual or family is made vulnerable or destitute or faces the denial of fundamental human rights as a result of immigration law or its application.
We want to live in a country in which the benefits of migration are celebrated and shared, with no community, migrant or non-migrant, left behind. And a country in which diverse communities are also cohesive and stable communities. In which the politics of migration do not rely on or fuel fear, division and animosity.
We are a small charity but we punch above our weight. We work toward this vision of a better Britain by:
Updates on our work and our office, following the designation of Covid-19 as a pandemic.
The fights for migrant justice and against the climate crisis are one and the same.
Our Legal Director Nicola Burgess writes about the impact of rules stopping child refugees reuniting with their loved ones
A marriage breakdown left Sophia and her children at risk of removal to a country they barely knew - JCWI acted to keep them at home in the UK where they belong