On 14 May the Immigration Bill received Royal Assent and became the Immigration Act 2014. The Act’s main provisions and equality and human rights issues and concerns can be found here.
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Professor Ibrahim Sirkeci and Jeffrey H. Cohen argue for dropping the terms ‘migrants’ and ‘immigration’ because some of the anxiety around immigration is a result of negative discourse and the misrepresentation of movers and movement . Their short blog explains why.
The Spring 2013 edition of Runnymede’s Bulletin, focusing on Young People, is now available to read online. Articles include: Male Black Youth Unemployment; The Marginalisation of Refugee Children; Reducing Inequalities in School Exclusions; and Exploring “Digital Race”.
Our October meeting was kindly hosted by English Heritage who updated us on progress and the upcoming launch of their fascinating disability history project. Autograph utilised the group’s expertise to consult on their upcoming HLF bid and we had the first of our front end evaluation with users for the Supporting Practice in Participation portal where we […]