Katy Long is a researcher and a writer whose works explores the causes and consequences of migration for migrants, citizens and communities. Katy is a Visiting Scholar at Stanford University and also teaches for the School of Advanced Study at the University of London. She is the author of The Huddled Masses: Immigration and Inequality and tweets as @mobilitymuse.
Immigration and Inequality: the courage of convictions
There is a powerful case – both emotional and empirical – to be made for migration, a case that can be made in the...
Refugee Studies: No atonement for the failure of politics
Policy makers’ interests can be diametrically opposed to those of refugees. Academic research offers important space...
The UK migration debate: lessons from America
Why have US activists have been more successful than their British counterparts in building a constructive...