Janipher Maseko was raped by armed rebels in Uganda and fled to the UK at 13. At 18, she was in Yarl’s Wood detention centre, separated from her two children (one newborn), in agony from her swollen breasts, being told to take drugs to shut down her milk– and being told she was about to be sent back to Uganda, alone. Fortunately, some good and powerful people intervened. But her case is not yet over, and it’s not the only one. Read more here.