TODAY "Home Office v Windrush Generation" Jamie Beagent (Leigh Day) Adrian Berry (Garden Court) Brian Dikoff (Migrants Organise)

Date and time: 
6 June 2018 6:00pm

We are pleased to announce that Adrian Berry of Garden Court Chambers will be joining the panel of speakers for this event. Adrian is Chair of the Immigration Law Practitioners' Association (ILPA) and, in this capacity, recently gave evidence to the Home Office Select Committee as part of the Windrush Children inquiry (you can watch proceedings/ read the transcript here)


  • date: Wednesday, 6th June 2018
  • time: 6:00pm (followed by drinks and nibbles)
  • topic: Home Office v Windrush Generation: the origins and future of the hostile environment and Windrush Scandal
  • speakers: Jamie Beagent (Leigh Day), Adrian Berry(Garden Court Chambers) and Brian Dikoff (Migrants Organise)
  • venue: Leigh Day Solicitors, London (map)
    address: Priory House, 25 St John's Lane, London EC1M 4LB
  • RSVP: Click here to reserve a place at this event 

The DLA presents a PGM panel of Jamie Beagent (Leigh Day), Adrian Berry (Garden Court Chambers) and Brian Dikoff (Migrants Organise) discussing their analysis of how the Windrush scandal unfolded, the effects of the Immigration Act 2014 and the future of immigration law and justice. Jamie works supporting Windrush migrants through litigation. Brian and the team at Migrants Organise lead work against the hostile environment agenda and are developing a project about supporting migrants with mental capacity issues. All three speakers will share their insights from working with migrant communities affected by the hostile environment, policy and law and its impact on increasing discrimination based on race and nationality. We hope you can join us for this discussion.


A portable hearing loop is available.  Please let us know if you are considering attending and wish to make use of these facilities - or if you require some other adjustment.

These meetings are free for members.  Non-members are welcome, though they are asked to pay £20 (or to join!).



There will be remote access to the PGM via Skype.  Skype users will be able to attend the session by conference call by calling “discriminationlawassociation”.

If you don't have a personal Skype account, this can easily be set up for free so members can access the PGM for free via a computer.

The line will be open from just before 6:00pm.  During the Q&A we will relay questions from the conference call to the meeting.

Skype can handle up to 24 people on a conference call.  We will open the conference to the first 23 people who call.