Refugee and Migrant Justice RMJ

Lawyers defending Human Rights

Refugee and Migrant Justice (RMJ), formerly the Refugee Legal Centre, was established in 1992.  Our objective is to secure justice for asylum seekers and other migrants in the UK who seek protection or need help to secure their human rights under UK law … (about 1/2).

Policy; Priorities; Report 2009; Briefings; Media; Interpreting, Translations; Links;

About 2/2: … We aim to

  • provide high quality legal services to those who do not have the means to pay; and
  • develop a more informed debate, using our expertise to campaign for positive changes in the asylum and immigration system. 

We have 13 offices in England, and currently employ 336 staff.   We are a not-for-profit organisation, helping clients who have no means to pay and qualify for legal aid.  We will take on even the most complex cases if we have capacity.  To find out more about our services, click here.  Read about our clients’ experiences here.

The best interests of our clients and other asylum seekers and migrants are at the heart of everything we do.  So as well as taking individual cases, we use our expertise to campaign and lobby for a fairer immigration and asylum system. Find out about our policy and research here.

RMJ is governed by a Board of Trustees. Find out more here.  Details of the organisation’s Executive Board can be found here.

We are a registered charity (no. 1012804) and a company limited by guarantee (no. 2710867). We are funded through legal aid contracts with the Legal Services Commission and donations. We are regulated by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (no. 200100009) … (full text).

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