Welcome to No Walls. 

 No Walls is an open forum dedicated to discussions on public law, human rights, immigration, and asylum.

The name reflects our particular interest in exposing the UK's inhumane and undignified immigration detention system.

No Walls is proud to be a member of Detention Forum, a network of organisations working together to challenge the UK’s use of detention.

Britain, where if your papers say you’re a foreigner, you can die in a cell without end.
— Testimony of ex-detainee at Bail for Immigration Detainees AGM 2018

No Walls is run by run by the Duncan Lewis Solicitors Public Law Department, and we welcome contributions from experts across the field, including solicitors, caseworkers, barristers, NGO workers, volunteers and experts-by-experience such as detainees/ex-detainees. 

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The views of the contributors do not necessarily reflect the views of our firm or team. 


 Do scroll down to the bottom to subscribe to our newsletter, and please check out the Harrow Public Law Team director and the blog's editor discussing No Walls below:

Former No Walls Editor Patrick Page speaks to Public Law Director Toufique Hossain

Banner photo of the women-only Yarl's Wood Detention Centre in Bedfordshire. Via Flickr- iDJ Photography

Something there is that doesn’t love a wall.
— Robert Frost ('Mending Wall')