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
In December 2013, the Government published ‘Sustaining services, ensuring fairness.Government response to the consultation on migrant access and financial contribution to NHS provision in England’.
Ipsos MORI published ‘Perceptions and Reality: Public attitudes to immigration’ in January 2013.
The Joint Committee on Human Rights’ ‘Eighth Report – Legislative Scrutiny: Immigration Bill’ was published in December 2013.
In December 2013, the Scottish government published a strategy for the support and integration of refugees and asylum-seekers.
On international human rights day, Yakin Ertürk discussed the new vulnerabilities faced by women and the new opportunities for remedy offered by the international human rights system.
In October 2013, Micro Rainbow International published a report entitled ‘Poverty, Sexual Orientation and Refugees in the UK’.