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Refugee Action
  1. Queer Asylum History: Forced Displacement and Statelessness

    For a queer person, seeking asylum means having the right to be free from persecution, discrimination and violence. It’s like finding Neverland. Let’s start with...

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  2. Defeating The Home Office On HMOs Makes Asylum Accommodation Safer, But So Much Still Needs To Change

    The Government’s climbdown yesterday on removing safeguards against slum housing for people seeking asylum is a significant victory for those seeking refugee protection and their...

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  3. The Good Migrant!

    We often hear complaints about asylum seekers, refugees and migrants in general, about their ‘unwillingness’ to integrate and contribute to society. They are frequently portrayed...

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  4. Right to Work: There is No New Scheme for People Seeking Asylum

    Following media reports this weekend that the Government has introduced a scheme to give people seeking asylum the right to work, the Lift the Ban...

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  5. Christmas away from Home

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