A Historical Analysis of the Intersection Between ‘Race’ and Gender in the Control of Immigration. A guest blog by Australian academics Dr Evan Smith & Dr Marinella Marmo explores the […]
Six films with themes of migration will be shown at The Docklands Cinema Club at the Museum of London, Docklands. One film will be shown each month and the first […]
A backlog of 16,000 immigration cases has been discovered by the Independent Chief Inspector for Borders and Immigration. Including 2000 cases that were filed in boxes whilst the applicants waited up […]
Story of the week: pressure groups call on Foreign Office to save Syrian students from deportation.
By Keval Dhokia Non-EU postgraduate numbers in UK fall for first time in 16 years The number of postgraduate students travelling from non-EU countries to study at UK universities has […]
By Keval Dhokia Hundreds of British Asians, volunteers and lobbyists took to demonstrating outside the Indian House, in Central London on Monday, in anger at the weakness shown by the […]
By Keval Dhokia 1. Speaking on the Andrew Marr Show, a week before his key speech on Europe, the PM David Cameron vowed to make immigration tougher for EU citizens, […]