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Migration, mobilities and movement

by Jacob Berkson  |  24th May 2019

We crowdfund rent though reoccurring micro donations for people who are denied access to housing because of their immigration status. Some people are forced to cross borders regularly; they arrive in this country and are not entitled to work or get housing benefit, their access to housing is non-existent. It forces people into homelessness and destitution. …Read more

by Sue Clayton Anna Gupta and Katie Willis  |  16th April 2019

Find immigration law & policy recommendations and care system policy recommendations in this briefing from the editors of Unaccompanied young migrants: Identity, care and justice…Read more

Whether you’re a leaver or a remainer it is difficult to deny Brexit has had dire consequences for race relations in the UK. Roma are no exception. Families identified as Roma have had a treacherous path to UK citizenship, often despite (or even because of) EU accession rules. Regardless of legal migration status, many Roma Read More

by Anna Gupta, Sue Clayton and Katie Willis  |  15th February 2019

Katie Willis, Sue Clayton & Anna Gupta, authors of Unaccompanied Young Migrants: Identity, Care and Justice, look at the reality of immigration for unaccompanied and separated children.…Read more

by Liz Beddoe  |  7th February 2018

Liz Beddoe, co-author of Transnational Social Work – out today – talks about the experiences of social workers practising in countries different to those where they gained their social work qualifications. In the mid-2000s graduates from my social work degree programme in New Zealand began responding to the recruitment adverts for social workers to go Read More

Heaven Crawley explains why EU countries' policies of relocating refugees has caused a crisis.  …Read more

by Anne White  |  19th April 2017

Why have so many Polish families chosen to make the UK their home? Anne White discusses some of the motivations for and complexities of family migration to the UK…Read more