Changing attitudes to, and improving the lives of, ex-detainees and migrant communities

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Samphire holds an annual Ex-Detainee Conference which brings together our clients and civil society groups to learn, connect and develop. As much of our work is done over the phone the conference provides an invaluable chance to meet and work with people face to face. Each year at the conference we:

      • Provide up to date information on the legal changes which may affect ex-detainees.
      • Allow ex-detainees to tell their stories, ask questions and get their voices heard.
      • Create a space for civil society organisations who work with ex-detainees to learn more about their needs and for ex-detainees to learn more about what support is available for them.
      • Have a chance to get together, build stronger relationships and get to know each other face to face.

To read more about our ex-detainee conferences you can see our conference reports here.