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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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What is the Home Office hiding from their 'right to rent' evaluation?

The Government has insisted that the ‘right to rent’ scheme has not caused discrimination. So why are they refusing to release the full results of their own evaluation?

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#WeAreAllMigrants

JCWI is excited to announce that we are supporting and promoting #WeAreAllMigrants - an interactive and inclusive platform that champions positive messages about migration and integration, challeng

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Update for Immigration Advisors on OISC CPD changes

Following an internal review by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC), OISC regulated advisers are no longer required to undertake and record a set number of Continuous Persona

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Home Affairs Committee calls for the end of unfair family reunion rules for refugee children

Following JCWI’s recent success in the Upper Tribunal in the case of AT and another v (Article 8 ECHR - Child Refugee - Family Reunification) Eritrea [2016] UKUT 227 (IAC)

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Right to Rent Call for Evidence 2016

JCWI is issuing a renewed call for evidence on the ‘right to rent’ scheme. The scheme requires landlords and agents to check the immigration status of tenants and lodgers.

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