Monthly Archives: August 2011

Towards an understanding of integration at neighbourhood level

By: Ole Jensen, Research Officer Headlined by emotive notions of a society ‘sleepwalking to segregation’, the retreat from multiculturalism has in Britain triggered policy development and debates that emphasized ethnic, religious and cultural difference at the expense of an examination … Continue reading

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A sending country perspective: Imagining Europe from the outside

By: Bastian Vollmer, Research Officer The European Union (EU) is one of the major migration destinations in the world. In recent years research on this fact has been focused predominantly on a receiving country perspective. This somewhat Eurocentric perspective examines … Continue reading

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Legal but Unfair: The High Stakes of the UK Immigration Detention System

By: Stephanie Silverman, DPhil Politics and International Relations The UK immigration detention system is always attracting attention, most of it negative.  There are protests organised monthly – if not weekly – outside of detention centres and in the centre of … Continue reading

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