A number of NGOs, including EDF members, have published information about the refugee and migrant crisis, telling people how they can get involved or give support.
The Race Equality Foundation published an updated briefing on migrants, overseas visitors and healthcare charging in February 2015.
In January 2015, the TUC launched an online guide called ‘Working in the UK’ in 13 languages.
‘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
In November 2014, the Chartered Institute of Housing published ‘Practical implications of immigration checks on new lettings’.
In September 2014, ILGA-Europe launched two complementary publications related to asylum and LGBTI issues in the EU.
The Double Jeopardy Project report was launched in October 2013.
In June 2013, the ECtHR and FRA published a joint Handbook on European law relating to asylum, borders and immigration.
‘Rethinking integration’ proposes that future work on the best ways of integrating minority communities into broader society should focus on everyday integration.
In December 2011, the European Network Against Racism and AGE Platform Europe published a joint paper on older ethnic minorities and migrants.