Unsettling refugees: Over fifty organisations are calling on the Home Office to allow refugees to rebuild their lives in the UK, to be allowed settlement here, rather than face a “safe return review”.
The hidden shame of Fortress Europe. Highlighting some of the ongoing attacks on migration and migrants across Europe and the UK.
On Monday 10 April, Coram Voice announced the winners of Voices 2017, its national writing competition for care-experienced young people, at a ceremony attended by the shortlisted entrants and hosted by actor and Doctor Who star Peter Capaldi.
New research reveals how government policy and rhetoric stereotypes and divides poor communities, making life much harder for migrants and asylum-seekers, explains Dr. Omar Khan, director of Runnymede, the UK’s leading independent think tank on race relations and inequality.
In Sheffield this month, Right to Remain and a new local volunteer group, Early Asylum Support, ran the second in our new programme of information sessions for newly-arrived asylum seekers. The sessions are focused on the crucial first steps of the legal process, and in particular the asylum substantive interview.
On Wednesday 5 March, Docs Not Cops organised a #PatientsNotPassports day of action. Evan Luckes, a nurse in the Emergency Department at the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel, writes for the Right to Remain blog about the action and why they’re calling for a national campaign of non-compliance.