Last week, a wing of the detention center 127 bis has been emptied on 08/03/2016.
We hear that on 14/03 17 Nigerian women have been brought there. So, we assume that some of them have been brought from other European countries.
It seems that there is a cllective flight to Nigeria being prepared. Note that collective deportations to this country are reagularly carried out.
Last October, two collective flights took place.
More information about Frontex
GB prepared a collective flight to Nigeria on 22/03/2015, not without problems (see below)
Collective deportation in collaboration with GB from Brussels oon 22/03/2016?.
A good Adress Embassy of the Federal
Republic of Nigeria
Avenue de Tervuren 288
Tel: + 32 (0)2 762 5200
Fax: +32 (0)2 762 3763
And action in GB :
Following the thousand-strong demonstration at Yarl’s Wood in Nov 2015,
there has been successful collective resistance to stop a mass
deportation to Nigeria by charter flight, and for the first time put the
collusion of the Nigerian government on the public agenda in Nigeria.
As a result of organising coollectively inside YarlsWood to resist and a
mass campaign to get the Nigerian government to refuse to allow the
charter flight to land – out of aproximately 40 women, only 2 were on
After the success of the latest Surround YarlsWood demonstration on 12th
March we mst contonue to build ouir movement to end detention and end
these mass deportation charter flights – join us on 17th March at the
Nigerian High Commission – Nigeria can refuse to accept these flights –
we must demand they do so!
The next Nigerian charter is in 9 days (22nd March), and we must
orgainse again to defend our community from being forcibly ‘removed’.