In October 2014, IPPR published ‘Shared ground: Strategies for living well together in an era of high immigration’ and a short graphic novel, ‘Be here now’, which tells six stories about what it means to feel more or less settled in your community.
In September 2014, ILGA-Europe launched two complementary publications related to asylum and LGBTI issues in the EU.
An open letter from race equality activists and campaigners demands better political leadership on issues such as race equality and immigration.
‘A fair deal on migration for the UK’ was published by IPPR in March 2014.
‘Migration, Ethnicity, Race, and Health in Multicultural Societies’ by Raj S. Bhopal was published in December 2013.
The Joint Committee on Human Rights published its second legislative scrutiny report on the Immigration Bill on 3 March 2014.
In February 2014, the Government published its response to the Joint Committee on Human Rights report on the Human Rights of unaccompanied migrant children and young people in the UK.
In February 2014, the Migration Observatory published a report on ‘Immigration and Independence: Public Opinion on Immigration in Scotland in the Context of the Referendum Debate’.
In January 2014, Asylum Aid published ‘Dividing Lines: Asylum, the media and some reasons for (cautious) optimism’, a new research report into public attitudes, reporting and political posturing.
We are Family is a new initiative to highlight the plight of families