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About Jeremy Bernhaut

Jeremy Bernhaut is a Policy Manager at Refugee Action, based in London. He leads on the charity’s policy, research and advocacy work for its ‘Choices’ service, which provides impartial advice and support for people considering returning home. Prior to this he worked for eight years with Refugee Action on the Gateway Protection Programme, resettling refugees in the UK through the UNHCR’s international scheme.

Articles by Jeremy Bernhaut

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Alex Sakalis, Editor

Alex Sakalis is associate editor of openDemocracy and co-edits the Can Europe Make It? page.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

One year on from the 'Go Home vans' flop: has the Home Office learned anything?

The UK government seems immune to criticism of its hostile approach to immigration, but the decision to return home for any migrant is not a simple one. Rather than obscuring evidence, the government must be transparent about what really constitutes a solution.

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