Thu, 20 Jul 2023 16:29:00 BST
The Illegal Migration Act is a new piece of legislation that has been produced by the U.K. Government with the express intention of undermining the 1951 Refugee Convention. UNESCO RILA have been campaigning against this act and keep standing strong with refugees.
Wed, 19 Jul 2023 09:41:00 BST
Read about Hope Wang's participatory action research initiative that seeks to actively involve individuals with refugee or asylum backgrounds in three World Heritage Sites (WHSs). Through several creative co-creation workshops, designed based on Worldview theory and tailored to meet participants' needs and the nature of the WHSs, the project aims to contribute to heritage education and refugees' cultural rights. Join us!
Tue, 06 Jun 2023 16:40:00 BST
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Tue, 07 Mar 2023 19:16:00 GMT
The new immigration bill, introduced on 7th March 2023, less that 12 months since the Nationality and Borders Act received Royal Assent in 2022, is entitled the “Illegal Immigration Bill’ in the Home Secretary’s letter to MPs.
Wed, 25 Jan 2023 17:44:43 GMT
Mon, 19 Dec 2022 22:29:00 GMT
Today, a court judgement has “concluded that, it is lawful for the government to make arrangements for relocating asylum seekers to Rwanda and for their asylum claims to be determined in Rwanda rather than in the United Kingdom”. Read UNESCO RILA's response to this judgement here.
Wed, 07 Sep 2022 14:54:00 BST
Over the Jubilee holiday (2-3 June 2022), visitors to the Crannog centre had the opportunity to take part in an exciting new project: The RoundView, a big-picture, positive vision of sustainability that can inspire action, created by Dr Joanne Tippett and Fraser How.
Tue, 09 Aug 2022 16:32:00 BST
Today, 9 August 2022, we share a moving blog piece from our partner from the CUSP Network, Nii-Tete Yartey for the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples on their performative piece, 'Chain Stories'. At its core, 'Chain Stories' is about diversity and the current and historic fight of equality.
Against Capture, Cleansing and Extraction: Towards a New Eco-Social Discourse of Research and Investigation
Down the waters of Loch Tay
The Scottish Crannog Centre is a living Iron Age history museum on Loch Tay in Perthshire. In this article first published in ReSourcE magazine Winter 2021, Professor Alison Phipps describes how it inspires visitors to share stories and ponder the potential of restorative integration.
Thu, 16 Dec 2021 07:38:00 GMT
The Nationality and Borders bill also aims to introduce tougher sentences for people smugglers with the aim of discouraging people-smugglers from engaging in the activity. In this blog Savan Qadir explores how this change will likely have unintended negative consequences and force people to take more risks.
YAS blog: The humans whose humanity is forfeited
Thu, 02 Sep 2021 21:16:00 BST
Mon, 02 Aug 2021 12:58:00 BST
Thu, 27 May 2021 17:12:00 BST
RSE responds to UK Government asylum system proposed reforms
Advice paper on UK Asylum System Proposed Reforms
Chair: Prof Alison Phipps
Advice paper AD21-04
Mon, 17 May 2021 12:20:00 BST
On 5 May The British Red Cross and Demos held the launch of an essay collection “Communities of Humanitarian Thought: The Case for Change in a Time of Crisis”. In this commentary, Professor Alison Phipps reflects on her essay “Welcoming New Scots into society from the day they arrive”.
Tue, 02 Aug 2022 11:05:00 BST
This report was produced by our friends in the Comparative Network on Refugee Externalisation Policies (CONREP) with the aim of setting out achievable recommendations to be enacted by governments, the European Union and the media.