Am I a modern slave?
24 September 2020
Lyn Caballero describes her experiences as a migrant domestic worker and explains why domestic workers are campaigning for immigration policy change
Immigrants stand up
15 August 2020
With casual xenophobia a comedy circuit blight, No Direction Home is a welcome tonic. Here, five troupe members explain the uses and power of laughter – and tell us some jokes
Refugee family reunification during a pandemic
23 July 2020
Border closures and travel restrictions caused by the pandemic have made family reunification difficult for refugees. But, as Luke Butterly reports, these rights have been eroded over a number of years
Education and Empire
28 November 2019
Following Labour’s manifesto pledge to educate the public on the histories of empire, slavery, and migration, Kimberly McIntosh explains the dangers of colonial nostalgia in the national curriculum
Migrant voters can change the narrative
25 November 2019
Once again, politicians are framing immigration as a problem - while ignoring migrant voters. We must turn out to address our own legitimate concerns, says Zrinka Bralo of Migrants Organise
A hostile environment for EU citizens?
5 March 2019
As Brexit rolls on, we are quickly losing hope for a decent, rights-based approaches towards our country’s world citizens, writes Emma Taylor
What does Brexit mean for migrants?
21 January 2019
We could face a turbo-charged version of racist migration policy: free movement for the few and a hostile environment for the many. By Ana Oppenheim and Alena Ivanova.
Escape from fear
23 November 2018
Beth Geglia explains why thousands of migrants are risking everything to flee violence, poverty and oppression in Honduras
Building walls: fear and securitization in the European Union
13 November 2018
The report from Transnational Institute reveals that member states of the European Union and Schengen Area have constructed almost 1000 km of walls, the equivalent of more than six times the total length of the Berlin Wall. By European Alternatives
The new undesirables
20 October 2018
Sivamohan Valluvan and Eleanor Penny unpack neoliberal attitudes to migration and 'low-value' humans.
No passports please
23 September 2018
Standing together with migrants should form a key part of the resistance to neoliberalism, writes Ali Bilgic
Citizenship in a capitalist state
4 September 2018
Lea Ypi writes on the death of citizenship as a democratic ideal, and the collapse of civic politics into ethnopolitics.
We need to talk about migrant mental health care
21 June 2018
Dr Hugh Grant-Peterkin and Dr Cornelius Katona discuss the urgency of tackling health care for migrants, who are at greater risk of mental health conditions and have little access to basic services.
Why I will be refusing food on International Women’s Day
7 March 2018
On International Women's Day, on 8 March, hundreds of friends and supporters of people incarcerated at Yarl´s Wood Immigration Detention Centre will go without food to draw attention to the struggle of the people detained there, many of whom have been on hunger strike. One of the freedom fasters explains why.
The EU-Turkey deal is a disaster for refugees
27 May 2016
In making a deal with Turkey, the EU is entrusting refugees to a government that cares little for their safety – and sponsors the terrorists they are fleeing from, writes Marienna Pope-Weidemann