Child refugees have the right to bring family, EU court rules
Child refugees have the right to bring family, EU court rules
The European Court of Justice ruled last week that unaccompanied child refugees who arrive in Europe have the right to apply for family members to join them.
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April
20
2018
Author
Fabien Cante, Migrants' Rights Network
Local Elections Guidance
Local Elections Guidance
Asylum Matters, the campaigning arm of the City of Sanctuary movement, has published guidance on questions to ask candidates about asylum at upcoming local elections.
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April
17
2018
Author
Dave Smith
'Blanket Study Ban' for young asylum seekers.
'Blanket Study Ban' for young asylum seekers.
Recent changes in the law have led to young asylum seekers in the UK suddenly finding that they are banned from studying, in some cases just prior to taking exams or starting a university course.
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April
12
2018
Author
Dave Smith
Right to Rent is ineffective, and unmonitored
Right to Rent is ineffective, and unmonitored
The Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration (ICIBI) has released a damning report of the way in which the Right to rent scheme is being implemented, and the negative effects it is having in terms of discrimination.
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April
12
2018
Author
Dave Smith
Boaz Trust in Manchester recruiting
Boaz Trust in Manchester recruiting
The Boaz Trust has two exciting job opportunities for support workers.
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April
10
2018
Author
Dave Smith
Inspector finds 'Significant Failings' at Harmondsworth IRC
Inspector finds 'Significant Failings' at Harmondsworth IRC
Harmondsworth immigration removal centre (IRC) at Heathrow, holding large numbers of men with mental health problems in prison-like conditions, continued to show “considerable failings” in safety and respect for detainees, according to prison inspectors.
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April
09
2018
Author
Dave Smith

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