In a blog for the University of Sussex European Institute published in July 2017, Anne Wesemann argues that the UK’s offering to EU citizen is far from being the best possible offering.
In a June 2017 position paper, Just Fair and Doctors of the World identify data-sharing between NHS and the Home Office as a threat to patients’ human rights.
Ebony Riddell Bamber, our Research and Impact Director, shares her thoughts from our first seminar on hate crime. Addressing hate crime is one of EDF’s 2016-2017 strategic priorities – get in touch if you’d like to get involved. We held our Hate Crime: Cause & Effect seminar on 12 June, slap-bang in the aftermath of the election …
The UN Human Rights Council’s June 2017 panel discussion raised the issues facing unaccompanied minors – including the need to protect the rights of migrant children in line with the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
FRA’s Fundamental Rights Report 2017 reviews major developments in the field, identifying both achievements and areas of concern.
Leading equality and human rights barristers from Cloisters chambers give a monthly practical insight into key legal developments.
Natasha Walter, Director of Women for Refugee Women, writes about the gendered cost of Brexit in July 2016.
The chair of the Low Pay Commission, Sir David Norgrove, wrote in a letter to the TUC General Secretary, Frances O’Grady, in June 2016 that “the share of immigrants in the workforce has had little or no impact on the pay rates of the indigenous population”.
‘Rethinking migration for a Good Society’ by Katherine Tonkiss considers what a ‘Good Society’ means for immigration control.
In April 2015, many organisations responded to reports that more than 1,700 people are thought to have died this year attempting to cross the Mediterranean in unsafe conditions.