Lampedusa: Never again
The terrible migrant deaths off the Italian island have evoked horror across the continent. In a small camp in...
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...
UK Detention Inquiry: a step in the right direction
A parliamentary inquiry, launched today, will hear from people directly affected by immigration detention. Will the...
Live from Lampedusa: The Freedom of Movement
Nicholas De Genova introduces The Charter of Lampedusa.
Journeys of great uncertainty
Asylum seekers arriving in the UK are dispersed to make their own way to major cities in remote regions to be...
Belonging in Northern Ireland: portraits of the individual migrant
A new art project is challenging Belfast’s reputation as the ‘race hate capital of the UK’, revealing an important...
Published in: Shine A LightRefugee women in the UK: fighting back from behind bars
The experience of female asylum seekers is distinct to their gender, particularly when survivors of rape and...
Black, male, care leaver, seeking asylum: access to higher education in Britain
Despite their determination and aspiration, many young asylum seekers are being barred from higher education by...
20 years of arbitrary detention in Britain
This weekend marks the 20th anniversary of Campsfield, the immigration removal centre which heralded a mass...
Published in: Shine A LightUK immigration control: children in extreme distress
Alarming numbers of parents are being separated from their children indefinitely in the UK for the purposes of...