Stonewall and the UK Lesbian and Gay Immigration Group published a report ‘No Safe Refuge’ in October 2016, revealing the everyday discrimination and violence that lesbian, gay, bi and trans (LGBT) asylum seekers can experience in UK detention centres.
British Future published a report ‘What next after Brexit? Immigration and integration in post-referendum Britain’, written by Sunder Katwala, Jill Rutter and Steve Ballinger, in August 2016.
‘What next after Brexit? Immigration & integration in post-referendum Britain’ was published by British Future in August 2016.
The House of Lords European Union Committee published a report, ‘Children in crisis: unaccompanied migrant children in the EU’, in July 2016.
The Trades Union Congress published a report in August 2016, ‘Managing migration better for Britain: What the government should be doing now’.
The Joseph Rowntree Foundation published a report ‘Foreign-born people and poverty in the UK’ in July 2016. The report highlights that foreign-born people are at a higher risk of poverty than UK-born people, across a range of characteristics.
The Trade Union Council released a press release on 13 July 2016 following polling they had conducted on voters’ opinions on Brexit. The poll showed that both Remain and Leave voters supporting maintaining vital rights like maternity leave (73% of Remain and 69% of Leave voters) and maintaining protection against discrimination at work (80% of Remain voters and 77% of Leave voters).
A report published by the Fundamental Rights Agency in June 2016 finds that women and girls fleeing from persecution or turmoil in their home countries are particularly at risk of physical, sexual and psychological violence when seeking sanctuary, in transit and when they arrive in the EU.
The Refugee Rights Data Project produced a report Unsafe Borderlands in June 2016. The report revealed disturbing information about the safety of women living in the Calais camp finding that over 40% of women have experienced violence, nearly three quarters felt unsafe and over half felt their health had suffered during their time there.
The Refugees Welcome Index results for 2016 were published in May 2016. The survey asked people: how closely would you personally accept people fleeing war or persecution?