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Do you know anyone who may have been affected by
the British Home Office 'Hostile Environment’ 
also called the Windrush Scandal ?


The British Home Office is now paying compensation to people
from the countries that were part of the British Commonwealth,
who were wrongly treated. 


Windrush 'Sunday Chat' &  Information Sessions are held
on the 2nd and last Sunday each month on Zoom -
Click here

Since 'Justice for Windrush Generations' was established, regular sessions have been held on second and last Sundays of the month - 2pm in UK, as well as well attended bi-monthly rallies at the House of Commons and on Zoom. Join when you can.

The next event is: 




Justice For Windrush Generations is inviting you

to the next Windrush rally on : Wed 19th July at 5pm
- more details to follow.


The last meeting on 17th May 2023 was well attended .... 



Past rallies include:                         


Please Share:

Justice For Windrush Generations Rally, Room 10,  The House Of Commons, Wednesday 17 May, 2023 5:30-8pm GMT.

Free Tickets and further info. Eventbrite:



You can also join on Zoom, as this is a hybrid rally.

Zoom: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/85460701484?pwd=cG52RTR0MUZKdDZTSkNXZkZGRFdEUT09

Meeting ID: 854 6070 1484 Passcode: 132698

Find your local number: https://us06web.zoom.us/u/kbI2UzsB0K

Direct dial in: 0203 481 5237



Windrush Scandal 5th Anniversary Candlelit Vigil 6 4 23


“We will always remember the Windrush generation and their descendants.”

Held on Thursday, 6 April 2023, at Windrush Square in Brixton - the gathering was held to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the exposing of the Windrush scandal, to remember those who have been affected by the fallout from the Windrush scandal, and to offer comfort to those who have lost loved ones, whilst not forgetting the journey ahead of us in terms of the equity in social justice.

The vigil was a time of commemoration, remembrance, prayer, motivation, and lighting candles for justice, with campaigners, activists, advocates, victims, faith leaders, survivors & local politicians.

"It is poignant that the Windrush scandal was exposed prior to Windrush 70, and at this time of Windrush 75, we are still seeking justice for the Windrush generation.

However, currently, we see the importance of coming together in order to support each other, and also to commence, that all important healing process by uplifting each other for the journey ahead."

The organisers: Patrick Vernon OBE, Windrush Lives, Friends of Windrush Square, Justice for Windrush Generations, Northampton Windrush Generation and Descendants UK, Glenda Caesar, and The Windrush National Organisation.

UK criticized for failures in Windrush immigration scandal

Read more here from ABC News: 




Useful links on casework guidance and claiming:

NB: if the links below don't work - please cut & paste them in your browser. 

WCS Casework Guidance: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/1132551/Windrush_Compensation_Scheme.pdf


WCS Primary Claim Form:  https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/1132551/Windrush_Compensation_Scheme.pdf


WCS Close family member, deceased estate and primary claim forms: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/windrush-compensation-scheme-claim-forms-and-guidance


The Windrush Compensation Scheme Sunday Chat

Second and last Sunday of each month at 2pm UK time

Please use Zoom link below -  Next dates:

Sunday 9th April 2023

Sunday 30th April 2023

The details are the same as this poster from earlier in the year:


Click here to join: 


Meeting ID: 854 6070 1484       Passcode: 132698                    

Dial in UK:  0203 481 5237             Further info at Eventbrite:   


Email: Rhouslin1@gmail.com 


Thanks to every one who joined us in the sessions held so far this year.


Important update: 

The UN delegation returned to UK from 18 - 27th January

to explore the experience of Black people in UK - visiting Ireland and Scotland - as well as England and meeting the UK Government re equality information - this visit was delayed by Covid for over 2 years. The Global African Congress collatied information to submit to the UN delegation  - more on this later.


The UN Delegation was invitedto the Justice for Windrush Generations Lobby of UK Parliament: on Wednesday 18 January 2022  

This was followed by a rally in Committee Room 5 with a great range speakers, including Martin Forde QC and Jacqueline McKenzie from Leighday Law firm at this event, plus MPs Bel Ribeiro Addy, Dianne Abbott and Dawn Butler.

The Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants was also invited and this was
 a very important step in our campaign. 



Events held in 2022:
an informal boxing day Windrush discussion.   The history, the food, the culture, the Compensation Scheme .... .....  




Regular lobby events held to engage Members of UK Parliament
with some Peers from House of Lords 



Please note the following re:  Lobby of UK Parliament

When? Wednesday 16 November 2022  from 12 noon - 4 pm 

Followed by: A Rally in Committee Room 13 - NB this is a hybrid session with a Zoom link so many people can join us.

Click here for more information about the sessions on the day. 


More background on the Windrush scandal and its wider implications: 

It seems that from as far back as the 1970s, people from former UK Colonies who had the right to be considered ‘British Citizens’ were wrongly ‘locked out’ from the UK,  

.........and they may have the right to compensation for possible unfair treatment. 

So, on behalf of the ‘Justice for Windrush Generations’ team we ask:

"Have you, or any family member, or anyone you know, been affected by what is now called the ‘Windrush Scandal’?"  

If you are not sure then you can join the .....

'Windrush Compensation Scheme Sunday Zoom Chat' Click Here

These sessions are informal, with discussions to explain if you, or someone you know, may qualify for Compensation, or you can find out about Returning Resident’s Visas or how to regularise your UK Residency Status. 


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