Further Reports

Here you can find reports submitted by those that have used the resources provided by the Bail Observation Project members to perform their own observation projects.

 

Systematic Failure: Immigration Bail Hearings 2019
Law Students at City, University of London , September 2019

Bail observations, October-December 2018
Law students at City, University of London, January 2019

Cardiff University Law School Bail Observation
Law Students at Cardiff University Law School, 2017-2018

Some Problems With the Tribunal Estate: Notes from a Former Barrister
David Neale, July 2018

Sometimes Facts Are Enough
Rebecca Omonira-Oyekanmi, January 2018

Columbus House, Newport 2016-17
Cardiff University Law School, Pro Bono Scheme Bail Observation Project, 2016-17

When the Best is Not Enough
Graduate Law Diploma students at City University London, November 2015.

Videolink- A First Experience of Bail Hearings
Silviya Hristova, SOAS, November 2016

Taylor House Observation Report
Kataryna Kryvonos, Oxford Brookes University, April 2015

Bail Observation Project Report
Jo Hynes, UCL, May 2018

Glasgow University Settlement Find a Solution Report 2016: Immigration Bail Observation Project (IBOPS), Susannah Paul and Daniel Ferguson, University of Glasgow, 2016 [contains the Guide and Introduction listed under Publications on this website]

‘The Campsfield [Bail Observation] Project served as a blueprint for the IBOPS [Immigration Bail Observation Project Scotland] and these reports captured a wealth of anecdotal evidence and statistics pertaining to the Bail Proceedings in England and Wales. These provided a useful comparative tool. Additionally, the second Campsfield Report further warned us against treating the FTT Guidance for Judges as correlating to what occurs in practice.’

Cardiff Bail Observation Report
Cardiff University Law School, 2016

GM Bail Observation Report
Giulia Mauri, December 2015

 

__________APPLICANT__________ “DETENTION IS KILLING ME. I’M 49 WITH A FAMILY, WHERE AM I GOING TO RUN TO?” _____________JUDGE____________ “I DON’T BELIEVE ONE WORD OF WHAT YOU SAY” __________OBSERVER____________ "JUDGE DID THE HOME OFFICE’S JOB” ____________JUDGE____________ “I SEE YOU HAVE NEVER LIVED WITH THE MOTHER AND CHILD” (CHILD BORN WHILE FATHER IN DETENTION) _____LEGAL_REPRESENTATIVE____ “THE JUDGE SIMPLY ADOPTED THIS UNSUBSTANTIATED BAIL SUMMARY ON BEHALF OF THE HOME OFFICE” ___________JUDGE____________ “IT COSTS SO MUCH TO KEEP THEM IN DETENTION I LET THEM OUT WHEN I CAN” _______OBSERVER________ “WOULD THAT ALL SUCH HEARINGS WERE AS STRAIGHTFORWARD AND FAIR”

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