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.
In March 2013, the Refugee Council and Maternity Action published a report which looks at the experiences of pregnant women in the asylum system, based on interviews with asylum seeking women and midwives responsible for their care.
In 2013 the European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) published the first EU-wide study on Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). A public consultation on combating FGM ran until 30 May.
In February 2013 PICUM published ‘Children First and Foremost: A guide to realising the rights of children and families in an irregular migration situation’.
On 14 February 2013, the Institute of Race Relations published a report on how racial violence is shaping the UK.
In May 2011, ROTA launched a mapping report on the Impact of the Economic Downturn on BAME Education Services.
‘Fair and democratic migration policy: A principled framework for the UK’ sets out 10 broad ‘principles’ for a fair, democratic, progressive and effective migration policy.
Runnymede’s report ‘Justice At Risk: Quality and Value for Money in Asylum Legal Aid’ was published in December 2012.