Video of Barnardo's protest

On 17th February, No Borders activists occupied the headquarters of Barnardo's, demanding that it "quits the child detention business". Below is a short video of the protest.

Barnardo's protest ends but the campaign continues.

Protestors occupied Barnardo's HQ for over two and a half hours this
afternoon. There was also a lively solidarity demo outside with around 50
people including a samba band.

Barnardo's declined the requests of the occupiers to speak to the chief
exec. After some time they said that a senior staff member would meet with
the occupiers but they then reneged on their promise and got police to
violently eject the three protestors who remained inside.

No Borders activists occupy Barnardo's HQ over child detention

No Borders activists are currently occupying the headquarters of
Britain's largest children charity, demanding that it “quits the child
detention business”.

The latest protest at Barnardo's offices in Barkingside, Essex, started at
1pm in a bid to force the charity to stop providing its services at a new
detention facility near Crawley, Sussex, to hold families facing forcible

Noise protest outside Cedars detention centre, 09/09/11

This afternoon activists from NoBorders and No One is Illegal held a noise demonstration outside Cedars, a detention centre for nine families and their children in Pease Pottage, Sussex, which opened last week.