Dover Detainee Visitor Group short film: Life After Detention


In this short video produced by the Dover Detainee Visitor Group (DDVG) three former detainees who are now supported by DDVG in Dover/Kent share their experiences of life in and after detention.

DDVG works to ease the consequences of indefinite immigration detention, destitution of ex-detainees and to challenge attitudes towards immigrants in the UK. The group’s mission is to provide emotional and practical support to immigration detainees held at the Dover Immigration Removal Centre, ease the effects of destitution on ex-detainees who are released into the community and facilitate their integration (nationwide), and to raise awareness about immigration and indefinite detention in the UK.

You can find out more about DDVG and their work on their website.