Posts Tagged "family"

Getting the right to stay in the UK: the beginning of a new struggle

Sep 30 2014

As part of our blog series looking at the isolation that our members face, ‘This is how it feels to be lonely‘ ,…

Do you know how it feels to be lonely?

Sep 26 2014

Do you really know how it feels to be lonely? For my research, This is how it feels to be lonely, I interviewed…

Their dramatic stories…

Sep 24 2014

Migrants and refugees feel lonely in the UK regardless of the duration of their stay here. Moreover, they face remarkable challenges related…

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…

Love Knows No Borders: Home Office defeated in landmark case

Jul 19 2012

Sometimes, the battles for a fairer and more transparent immigration regime are not fought on the streets or in Parliament, but in…

Love Knows No Borders: Changes to Immigration Rules Will Separate Families

Jun 13 2012

The Government claims that families form the ‘bedrock’ of a strong and stable society, but recent changes to immigration rules concerning family migration…

What Makes You Tip? 8 Profiles of Migrants & their Integration Tipping Points

Feb 07 2012

                          Born and raised in Japan, where the sense of…

Newsletter March 2010

Mar 10 2010

This is the March 2010 issue of The Forum’s newsletter. In this issue we discuss the realities of families and individuals who…