• Calls for Papers: Forced Migration Review and Protection of Forced Migrants, Africa

    Forced Migration Review issue 62 on ‘Return’, plus mini feature on understanding and addressing root causes of displacement Deadline for submission of articles: Monday 17 June 2019 Maximum length: 2500 words As one of the three ‘durable solutions’, voluntary return in safety and dignity has been a core tenet of the international refugee regime since […]

  • WoWFest19 Bluecoat, Liverpool

    Two storytelling events are taking place on Thursday, 23rd May at the Bluecoat as part of WoWFest, the Liverpool Literature festival. I want you to know: A Writing Workshop for Refugees and People from Refugee Families This is a writing workshop for refugees to tell their stories. Many times, refugees are asked to talk about […]

  • RefuAid Language Scholarship Programme set for Liverpool launch

    Mohib Ullah, who is leading on the project for RefuAid told us, “We are working with one of our partner schools in Liverpool and will be starting an OET (Occupational English Test accepted by the General Medical Council as an alternative to IELTS for re-qualification) course for healthcare professionals after Easter. The course will be […]

  • Brexit, EU Settlement Scheme and the forced (im)mobility of EU citizens in the UK

    Guest post by Agnieszka Martynowicz and Agnieszka Radziwinowiczówna. Agnieszka M. is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology at Edge Hill University. Her research interests include migration(s), criminal justice and human rights, in particular in the context of imprisonment and immigration detention. Her current research focuses on deportations of Polish citizens after their contact with the criminal […]

  • Working with refugees is a family affair for EHU lecturer Alicia

    Alicia Blanco-Bayo, tutor in Early Years Education at Edge Hill University will soon be spending 10 days in Jordan to support a community of refugees in collaboration with a charity called Collateral Repair Project.