The Home Affairs Committee publishes its report ‘Asylum’ on 11 October 2013 after a 10 month inquiry into the asylum system beginning in February 2013.
In August 2013, IARS published ‘Abused No More: The Voices of Refugee and Asylum-seeking Women’.
Following a challenge to the ‘Go Home’ vans pilot, the Government confirmed that if any further such campaigns are planned, it would carry out a consultation.
The Migration Observatory is making migration-related 2011 Census data available through a suite of outputs.
On 8 August 2013 the Migration Observatory published a new report on language used by the British press to describe migration.
’Precarious Lives. Experiences of forced labour among refugees and asylum seekers in England’ is the report of two-year research project.
In June 2013, the ECtHR and FRA published a joint Handbook on European law relating to asylum, borders and immigration.
In April 2013, IPPR published ‘One step forward, two steps back: Evaluating the institutions of British immigration policymaking’.
The National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR) has published a report on the potential impacts on the UK of future migration from Bulgaria and Romania so the UK Government can assess the potential impacts of migration from EU2 countries following the lifting of transitional controls at the end of 2013.
’Back to basics: Towards a successful and cost-effective integration policy’ by Jill Rutter was published in March 2013 by IPPR.