- Nostalgia and diversity: Understanding integration at the local level
- Merger of Europe’s human rights and equality bodies is on the agenda: good news or bad for migrants’ rights?
- Stuck in traffic: How helpful is the trafficking framework?
- Taking popularity seriously
- The Oxford Migration Studies Society: Conference News
Monthly Archives: May 2012
By: Vanessa Hughes, Research Officer Over the past few weeks the issue of child detention has once again reached the headlines of the British press. Despite the government’s promise that this ugly practice has stopped, the Refugee Council found that … Continue reading
By: Michael Keith, Director Recently the London Borough of Newham hit the headlines when writing to housing associations and private landlords in Stoke on Trent (over 150 miles away) looking for rented accommodation to offer to people on their housing … Continue reading
By: Bridget Anderson, Deputy Director and Senior Research Fellow Tribunal 12, modelled on the 1966 Russell Tribunal, was held in Stockholm on 12th May 2012. It accused Europe of continual violation of human rights and the systematic mistreatment of refugees, … Continue reading
Clandestine migration in the Greek-Turkish border region: shifting routes and complex control infrastructures
By: Franck Düvell, Senior Researcher On a Wednesday in March, it was already around midnight, I was sitting in an Egyptian-run tea shop in Istanbul Kumkapi chatting so some Somalis when a fifth man joined our group. It soon turned out … Continue reading