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Asylum seeker found on dinghy in English Channel highlights critical lack of safe, legal routes to UK

It's been just over a week since demolition of the Calais 'jungle' camp began.

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Modern slavery: Theresa May appears blind to the harm she is causing victims

Yesterday evening, in a service in honour of the 18th century anti-slavery campaigner William Wilberforce, the Prime Minister placed Britain at the forefront of the fight against modern slavery and

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Tory party conference declares open warfare on immigration

The messages coming out of the Tory party conference are a deeply concerning mess of xenophobia, populism, and self-contradiction.

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Celebrating teachers, teaching global citizenship

By JCWI volunteer Rebecca Sumner Smith

'Teachers are producing global citizens.'

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Thousands of migrants heading for the UK, desperate for a better life

By JCWI volunteer Rebecca Sumner Smith

Runnymede Trust launches new resource on ‘the making of Britain’.

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I Am A Refugee: Fish and Chips

A blog for British Food Fortnight by JCWI intern Annie Davidson

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Keeping it personal: Britain's contradictory relationship with migration

By JCWI volunteer Rebecca Sumner Smith

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The great wall of Calais: can't we find a better solution?

By JCWI volunteer Rebecca Sumner Smith

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Jamaica charter flight: worrying sign of more to come as deport first, appeal later to expand

Parents, grandparents and carers are being removed from the UK on a charter flight to Jamaica.  While they may have been judged by the Home Office as having no ‘right’ to remain in the country, man

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UN summit seeks a humane and coordinated approach to the global movement of refugees and migrants

On 19 September 2016, the UN General Assembly will host a summit on the movement and protection of refugees and migrants.

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