- 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
Category Archives: immigration
By: Ben Gidley, Senior Researcher They never call it Bermondsey any more A couple of weeks ago, in Bermondsey, South London with my colleagues Ole Jensen, Simon Rowe and Ida Persson, we met a man called Albert, at the entrance … Continue reading
By: Bridget Anderson, Professor of Migration and Citizenship and Deputy Director of COMPAS ‘Trafficking’ seems to extend the audience of those engaged with the human rights of migrants. Even those who are not usually sympathetic to the plight of undocumented … Continue reading
By: Bastian Vollmer, Research Officer and Leverhulme Fellow The horrifying incident of Jose Matada, who recently fell to his death from the undercarriage of an aeroplane , spurred me to click through the online newspaper landscape in the UK. Reading about … Continue reading
By: Dace Dzenovska, Senior Researcher and Marie Curie Fellow The UK Border Agency’s (UKBA) news feed includes regular reports on successful raids, namely raids which result in arrests of workers or persons deemed illegal. For example, on March 18 the UKBA … Continue reading
By: Vanessa Hughes, Research Officer Last week Mark Harper laid yet another statement of changes in immigration rules before Parliament (for a round-up on recent changes look at this blog by the Migrants’ Rights Network). Although introducing most of the … Continue reading