Following a consultation in 2015, the Government published its response confirming how it plans to reform its approach to labour market enforcement.
In December 2015, race equality think tank the Runnymede Trust launched ‘This is Still About Us’, a report about the attitudes of ethnic minorities in Britain on immigration and Europe.
‘Rethinking migration for a Good Society’ by Katherine Tonkiss considers what a ‘Good Society’ means for immigration control.
In September 2015, Migrants’ Rights Network and the Centre of Labour and Social Studies published a second edition of ‘Changing the debate on migration’.
“No Passport Equals No Home”: An independent evaluation of the ‘Right to Rent’ scheme was published in September 2015.
Launched in 2015, the Demos Integration Hub explores ethnic integration across five distinct themes.
A report by The Children’s Society found that the removal of legal aid for most immigration cases means that many children are at risk of abuse or exploitation.
‘Severe labour exploitation: workers moving within or into the European Union States’ obligations and victims’ rights’ was published by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights in June 2015.
This paper deals with the current impact of inequalities upon ethnic minorities
In 2015 Bright Blue published ‘A centre-right plan on immigration from decision makers and opinion formers’ and ‘A manifesto for immigration’.