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Y, R (on the application of) v Secretary of State for the Home Department, EWHC 1075 (Admin)

Date posted: 18 July 2012

This case involves historic victims of trafficking which are currently being denied the rights and benefits derived from the Trafficking Convention. It is currently at the Court of Appeal.

RT (Zimbabwe) and others v Secretary of State for the Home Department, [2012] UKSC 38

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This was a ground breaking decision upholding the right not to hold political or religious views. The court found that the ability to exercise free choice as to whether to have political views or not is key to human dignity.

PO (Nigeria) v Secretary of State for the Home Department, [2011] EWCA Civ 132

Date posted: 18 July 2011

This case started out as CG on Nigerian victims of trafficking. This was the first case involving a victim human trafficking to be heard by the Court of Appeal. The appeal was successful and helpful interim guidance findings were made by the Court of … Continue reading

AM and BM (Trafficked women) Albania v. Secretary of State for the Home Department, CG [2010] UKUT 80 (IAC),

Date posted: 18 July 2010

Successful Country Guidance case on Albanian victims of trafficking for sexual exploitation. This is the key case on victims of trafficking from Albania.

MK (Lesbians) Albania v. Secretary of State for the Home Department CG [2009] UKAIT 00036

Date posted: 18 July 2009

Country Guidance case on lesbians from Albania – this case represented a lot of work, but the legal principles have now been clarified by the Supreme Court in HT.

AB (Protection – Criminal Gangs – Internal Relocation) Jamaica v. Secretary of State for the Home Department CG [2007] UKAIT 00018

Date posted: 18 July 2007

Country Guidance case concerning victims of gang-related violence. Although the appeal was not allowed, a very useful finding was made by the Tribunal to the effect that the Jamaican authorities cannot protect victims of gang violence within the Kingston Metropolitan … Continue reading