After at least 27 people lost their lives in the deadliest channel crossing on record, hundreds gathered for a vigil outside the Home Office, demanding an end to the hostile environment.
Director Jonas Poher Rasmussen discusses his new documentary, which tells the remarkable story of a gay Afghan survivor.
Amid the release of her new book, the former refugee turned boxer, model, humanitarian and now author reflects on the turbulent journey that has shaped her remarkable rise.
Priti Patel’s Bill relies on falsehoods around the illegality of channel crossings and will only endanger refugees.
A deadly fire in a social housing block has exposed the French government’s total neglect of the country’s migrants.
A new report has concluded that Home Office immigration policies aren’t fit for purpose. It’s time to stop trying to fix the unfixable and instead focus on bolder futures.
The camp’s population has swelled while living conditions have deteriorated under government inaction, making this crisis inevitable.
Belonging, an exhibition by the country’s leading refugee employment charity Breaking Barriers, celebrates the passions and pilgrimages of migrants in the UK.
Riding from London to Athens each year, Thighs of Steel has become Europe’s longest charity cycle ride, and is funding some of the continent’s best grassroots refugee projects.
In an abandoned school in the heart of the city, hundreds of families are surviving without official support, funding or paperwork.
Yesterday, hundreds of protesters gathered outside the home office in support of the activists, who were convicted after blocking a deportation flight in 2017.
The Yellow Projects are a north London network of activists who are pushing for ‘positive change’ using films, festivals and fundraising events.