How richer nations respond to the current crisis will have significant economic ramifications for countries dependent on remittances. Richer nations must adopt inclusive economic policies which both protect the livelihoods of migrants and reduce the socio-economic impacts of the pandemic.
By Sarah Mills, Loughborough University Today marks the start of ‘National Youth Work Week’ (2nd – 8th November 2015). This … More
By Ashley Crowson, King’s College London Figures released this week have shown that more UK students than ever are travelling … More
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By Jenny Lunn A migrant arrives in the country every minute and the UK population will pass 70 million by … More
By Jo Norcup The run up to International Women’s Day (8th March) provides an apt opportunity to consider the fundamental … More