How you can get involved with Medical Justice work
We need qualified doctors, nurses, psychologists and midwives to volunteer to give advice to detainees over the phone where appropriate and conduct medical visits in places of detention where necessary. Medics are also need to give advice to other Medical Justice workers / volunteers.
How Health Professionals Can Help Medical Justice
Solicitors, barristers and qualified immigration case-workers
We need solicitors and barristers to volunteer to give advice to Medical Justice patients and volunteers, and write-up case summaries in "plain English" for our website or useful court judgements that could benefit others - for example
Medical Justice London Meetings
Visit detainees and refer detainees to Medical Justice
Make "social" visit to detainees and co-ordinate Medical Justice resources around individual cases. You may benefit from joining a group of befrienders / campaigners who visit detainees and may hold special trainin for this. See the visitors groups listed with the Association of visitors to immigration detainees.
Join the mailing list
Medical Justice is a small charity and does not have enough funding. Please help us reach more detainees and ensure there is medical justice in immigration detention. Make a donation, take out a Standing Order, solicit a donation or affiliation fee from your organisation or trade union, and forward our details to any funding source you know of. Further details
Last Updated on Friday, 31 August 2012 09:56