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Don Flynn Sep 26, 2016
The re-election of Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader has put the ball in the party's court when it comes of immigration policy. Can it come up with something that addresses the needs and concerns of both those ‘left behind’ and the insurgents with more cosmopolitan visions and hopes?
Don Flynn Sep 19, 2016
After two decades of failing to end the world’s refugee crisis it would be nice to see some evidence that political leaders gathering in New York today would at least have a sense of what isn’t working. News reports ahead of Theresa May’s big speech suggest that, for her at least, that is not the case.
Alina Müller Sep 12, 2016
Many migrants have to live with the experience of a double-jeopardy: vulnerable to exploitation at the hands of unscrupulous employers and also the threat of enforcement action of immigration officials. What happen when these twin oppressions come together in the workplace? And how can its often grievous effects be challenged?