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The human rights of migrant workers: Why do so few countries care?

By: Martin Ruhs, University Lecturer in Political Economy and Senior Researcher at COMPAS, University of Oxford In 1990, the General Assembly of the United Nations (UN) adopted the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and … Continue reading

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New guidance on integration from an unexpected source

By: Sarah Spencer, COMPAS Senior Fellow and Open Society Fellow Any of us who look to European institutions for perspectives on integration policies are most likely to head first to the European Union, whose revised strategy was published late last year or … Continue reading

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On display in Stockholm

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

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