Tag Archives: irregular immigration
Report by Christian Duffin for PULSE Government guidance requiring GPs to ask for documentary proof of new patients’ identity and address has been placed under review amid claims it could deny healthcare to vulnerable patients. It comes after an investigation by … Continue reading
Posted on Prison Culture, a blog that aims to document how the current prison industrial complex operates and to underscore the ways that it structures American society.
Jose lives in London with his wife and two daughters, 4 and 5 years old. Originally from Brazil, he has been in the UK for nearly a decade. The girls were born in London. Jose explains how having them has changed his life … Continue reading
The new report by The Children’s Society, ‘What Have I Done? The experiences of children and families in UK immigration detention’, examines the experiences of 32 families detained prior to the coalition’s pledge, in May 2010, to end the immigration detention of … Continue reading
For a more in-depth discussion of the issues raised in the video interview, see: – Irregular migrant children and public policy – Policy primer published by The Migration Observatory – Being children and undocumented: background paper, COMPAS WP n.78
via @migrants_rights A report of the European Parliament hearing entitled “Preventing undocumented Women and Children from Accesing health Care: fostering health inequalities in Europe” has been posted on the PICUM website, detailing the hearing and the presentations of the speakers as … Continue reading
Published in The Migration Observatory, Nando Sigona‘s policy primer (pdf), looks at the tensions between child protection laws and immigration and asylum laws in the UK and the broader international context and examines the implications for both policy-making and for undocumented children.