Reports

Empowering Local Community Organising For Migrant Led Change

January 2018 During 2017 the Migrants’ Rights Network coordinated the Outsider Project in four locations across England, in response to the steadily worsening perception of, and increased hostility towards, migrants living in the UK. The design of the Outsider Project aimed to ensure that both its approach and delivery was migrant led. The project’s approach […]

The Outsider Project: Empowering Local Community Organising for Migrant-Led Change (new report)

During 2017, the Migrants’ Rights Network coordinated the Outsider Project in four locations across England, in response to the steadily worsening perception of, and increased hostility towards, migrants living in the UK.  The Outsider Project supported migrants affected by the negative discourse around immigration, and promoted a positive narrative demonstrating the benefits of living in

Migrants’ Perspectives on Brexit & UK Immigration Policies

July 2017 The Migrants’ Perspectives on Brexit and UK Immigration Policies provides an overview of the key findings and recommendations from The Outsider Project’s Listening Campaign. The Outsider Project supports migrants affected by the negative discourse around immigration, and seeks to promote a positive narrative demonstrating the benefits of living in an open society where migration is commonplace. The project

Papers Please

November 2008 The impact of the civil penalty regime on the employments rights of migrants in the UK Download here: Papers Please- Nov 2008

Values, Trust, Loss: The dubious case of migration and the ‘progressive dilemma’

A review of the thoughts of David Goodhart on migration by Don Flynn David Goodhart’s ‘British Dream’ was long in gestation, with rumours of a magnum opus in preparation circulating soon after he entered the lists as a left-ish critic of immigration back in the mid-noughties. Download here Review of David Goodhart Book- British Dream

The family migration income threshold: Pricing UK workers out of a family life

June 2014 This briefing considers the impacts of the £18,600 minimum income requirement for non-EEA partner migration across the regions and countries of the UK. It uses Office of National Statistics (ONS) Annual Survey of Household Earnings data from 2013, broken down by parliamentary constituency of residence, to consider the potential impacts of this immigration

Migrant Voters in the 2015 General Election

January 2015 The migrant electorate will be a crucial constituency in the 2015 election. Around one voter in every ten eligible to vote in 2015 will be a migrant voter, and many more will be the children of migrants. This briefing intends to provide the latest analysis of migrant voters in England and Wales, and

Route to Your Rights Project – Preliminary Report

February 2017 The Route to your Rights (RTYR) project is a qualitative research and advocacy project, funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation and currently scheduled to run until January 2018. The project explores what makes migrants vulnerable to labour exploitation and homelessness in their first few years living in the UK, and in particular how

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