In June 2012, GMF published ‘Parochial and Cosmopolitan Britain: Examining the Social Divide in Reactions to Immigration’ by Robert Ford.
Changes to the family migration Immigration Rules came into effect on 9 July 2012 that will affect non-EEA nationals using the family migration route.
The European Commission’s 3rd Annual Report on Immigration and Asylum covers developments in 2011 in the areas of immigration and asylum.
In June 2012, Ipsos MORI published the results of a global poll of 24 countries on attitudes to immigration.
In May 2012, Asylum Aid published ‘Gender-related asylum claims in Europe’, focussing on the experiences of women across Europe, and the desperate need to ensure that women can claim asylum safely and in dignity.
’Refused: the experiences of women denied asylum in the UK’ from Women for Refugee Women shines a light into the experiences of women who have been denied asylum in the UK.
In May 2012, COMPAS published ‘No Way Out, No Way in. Irregular migrant children and families in the UK’ by Dr Nando Sigona and Vanessa Hughes.
‘Migrants in Europe — A statistical portrait of the first and second generation’ was published by the European Commission in 2011.
On the 24 January 2012, Open Democracy published ‘Unfair, unsafe and undignified: the treatment of women seeking asylum in the UK’ by Christel Querton.
On 24 February 2012, the Children’s Society released the report ‘I don’t feel human: experiences of destitution among young refugees and migrants’.