The Unity Centre Office
Need to know more about the asylum process you're in? Having trouble with your NASS support? No matter what stage you're at, The Unity Centre has information, support, friendly volunteers that are on your side.
Supporting Detainees across the UK
Please donate to support Immigration Detainees strike against £1 an hour work conditions. We keep in regular contact with asylum seekers detained in Immigration Detention Centres across the UK. We publicise the strikes that detainees are organising to protest against injust conditions and decisions. We campaign against Charter Flights and mass-deportations.
Volunteer at The Unity Centre!
Whether you are in or out of the asylum process, whether or not you have any experience of no-borders work, anti-deportation work or legal work, we always need new activists to come and get stuck into working at the Unity Centre! We are all volunteers and make decisions as a Collective. Contact us or come in for a chat!
The Signing Book
Drop in to sign the Unity register before you go to report at the Home Office on Brand Street. Sign back out when you're done reporting, so we know you're safe and haven't been detained.
Unity Sisters & Glasgow Men's Solidarity Group
Peer support groups have been set up in the last year. Sessions are run by the participants, so you are encouraged to bring your own ideas and energy. We hope to empower women against the system, and to help each other to understand and improve our situations. We work on peer support: supporting each other and talking with people who have been or are experiencing the same things, as well as thinking of practical action to take, advice on dealing with the system, and ways we can support each other.
Unity Sisters welcomes all women affected by the asylum system. The group meets on Wednesdays, 10- 12.30 at 136 Nelson Street, G5.
The Men's Group meets on Monday evenings 6.00-8.00pm at Garnethill Multicultural Centre in the City Centre.