The Protection Gap campaign is based on the idea that women seeking asylum should have the same rights as other women.
In 2015 Bright Blue published ‘A centre-right plan on immigration from decision makers and opinion formers’ and ‘A manifesto for immigration’.
The project is designed to respond to new developments in the migration debate in the UK that occur as the research takes place between 2013 and June 2015.
The Race Equality Foundation published an updated briefing on migrants, overseas visitors and healthcare charging in February 2015.
The ‘I am an Immigrant’ Poster campaign organisers are urging people to spread the word and support the campaign.
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.