Windrush Generations and Dependents  – We are lobbying Parliament TOMORROW

On Wednesday, July 13th, 2022 from 12 noon, campaigners from all over the UK will be lobbying Parliament over the slow progress and the narrowing of the scope of the Windrush Compensation Scheme

Since 2018 The Windrush Generations have been fighting to have their status regularise and compensated as they were promised.
Today we are continuing our fight for justice and for members of parliament to take necessary action to ensure the Home Office process claims more quickly and efficiently.

Global Afrikan Congress UK has kindly offered to support this Lobby and future lobbying until we get MPs and Parliament to take the necessary action required to ensure the Home Office put those that were wronged back in the position they would have been had they not been wronged by the Home Office.

This applies to Windrush Generations and Dependents in the UK, as well as those outside the UK that have been negatively impacted by the Home Office’s policies and actions. Too little attention is paid to those outside of the UK.
On the day there will be a number of speakers including Professor Patrick Vernon, Dr. Juanita Cox, a PhD Student, and other students.

Among the issues, we are seeking changes by the Home Office.
The Windrush Generation and Descendants need to have their status reinstated and compensated much quicker, and this could be if the Home Office is honest and forthright from the outset.

The impact of the Home Office action on the Windrush Generation and Descendants such as;

  • Losing their Indefinite Leave To Remain (ILR)
  • British citizens are being refused their rights to access the NHS
  • Their pension benefit being greatly reduced due to exclusion.

Please note this Eventbrite link where further information can be had:

3 thoughts on “Windrush Generations and Dependents  – We are lobbying Parliament TOMORROW

  • 13th July 2022 at 2:05 pm

    I am from Barbados and have a deportation order on me from 2009 I have try to get on Windrush scheme but being refused because of it ..and the home office is refuse to revoked the the order. family being here from the 60s handle them my family passports and other paperwork. I am here from 1976

  • 15th July 2022 at 7:36 am

    Get in touch with me Roland Houslin I will signpost you to organisations or advocates that will assist you with your Windrush case. Google my name for my contact details.

  • 16th October 2022 at 3:30 pm

    If your family arrived in the UK befor 1 January 1973 they should eligible to apply to the Windrush Compensation Scheme


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