Posts Tagged "discrimination"

Join a powerful movement of migrant and refugee leaders

Aug 17 2016

The Migrants Organise Community Leadership Academy kicks off again in London this September. The academy is a nine month action-based programme, focused…

Not Silenced, Just Preferably Unheard

Jun 23 2016

by Ffion Wyn Evans, Participation Manager ”There’s really no such thing as the ‘voiceless’ There are only the deliberately silenced, or the preferably…

Make your voice heard in the Immigration Bill

Nov 27 2015

The 2015 immigration bill is now ready for its third reading in Parliament. Anyone looking forward to the introduction of greater safeguards…

No “ifs”, no “buts, detention of children is wrong and we should secure its permanent banning

Dec 13 2013

Let’s make it clear once again; for many reasons nobody can be proud of the new Immigration Bill, which is expected to cause more…

Need to see a doctor? Want to take the tube to work? Look ‘a bit foreign’? You’d Better Bring Your Passport!

Aug 05 2013

One of my New Year’s resolutions—and there were only a handful—was to focus on positive things at work.  I decided to stop…

UK Home Office: Investor in People

Jun 10 2013

All those who have to deal with UK immigration authorities, under whatever name they operate now, know how to cope with the…

Press Ethics Critique in 2,000 Pages – Priceless! Thank you Judge Leveson!

Nov 30 2012

[h4]”While newspapers are entitled to express strong views on minority issues, immigration and asylum, it is important that stories on those issues…

Four Profiles of Romanian Roma Migrants

Oct 25 2012

Every morning on Seven Sisters road in north London, a small group of Romanians, Bulgarians, Turkish, Albanians and Polish gather to seek…

Love Knows No Borders: For Love or Country?

Jul 17 2012

The eyes of the world are fixed on the UK. Britons have spent the ‘Great British Summer’ feting the Queen and making…

Racism Among Young People

Feb 22 2012

I have been thinking the same thing for the last twenty-four hours. I live close to London, and yesterday as every Sunday,…