In January 2015, the TUC launched an online guide called ‘Working in the UK’ in 13 languages.
‘The year of uncertainty. State of the Nation 2015’ was published by British Future in January 2015.
A joint statement to commemorate International Migrants’ Day 2014 called on States to recognise and adopt all core international human rights and international labour rights standards.
‘The Immigration Act 2014, piloting immigration checks in the private rented sector and the potential for race discrimination’ is a briefing from the Race Equality Foundation and Equanomics
‘Perceptions and Reality: Public attitudes to immigration in Germany and Britain’ was published by Ipsos MORI in November 2014.
British Future’s report sets out the challenges for all sides when it comes to discussing and regaining trust on one of the most hotly contested issues in British politics.
The Birmingham Declaration is a commitment to make Britain ‘a safe place for those fleeing persecution and a welcoming place for all people who come here to study, work or join family and who will work alongside us to build a just and fair society’.
‘Love and money: how immigration policy discriminates between families’ was published on the Migration Observatory website in November 2014.
In November 2014, the Chartered Institute of Housing published ‘Practical implications of immigration checks on new lettings’.
‘Gender in Refugee Law: From the Margins to the Centre’ investigates the current status of gender in refugee law. It examines gender-related persecution claims of both women and men, including those based on sexual orientation and gender identity.