CALL TO ACTION! Rose Mujaranji’s Removal Date Set
Rose Mujaranji’s removal date has been set, again, for 1 June on British Airways Flight BA962! She is scheduled to leave at 10:30 am from Heathrow Airport- possibly from Terminal 5.
Click here to learn how to support Rose in her campaign.
Rose Mujaranji has been given 3rd country removal directions from London Heathrow to Hamburg on Tuesday, 1 June 2010 at 10:30am. Rose, a 24 year old Zimbabwean, who is a victim of severe torture and a witness to her mother’s murder, came to the UK to be reunited with her only living family. However, because she entered Europe first through Germany, the UK refuses to consider her for asylum. Furthermore, it is very likely that once in Germany she will be deported to Zimbabwe. Despite being a victim of torture and despite being at serious risk of self-harm, Rose was detained and taken to Yarl’s Wood the first week of May at a routine sign-in. A week later, while waiting to be deported in Yarl’s Wood, she took an overdose. Now that Rose is out of the hospital, the UKBA has rescheduled her removal date for 1, June.
Support Rose’s fight to stay in UK with her only family. Her campaigners with the Norwich Support Network and Justice & Peace are asking you to Take Action to Save Rose!