11 May 2018

Regional Focus: United Kingdom

"Asylum and Refugee Support in the UK: Civil Society Filling the Gaps?," Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Latest Articles, 27 April 2018 [open access]

"Asylum Decision-maker: 'It's a Lottery'," BBC News, 8 May 2018 [text]

"British People Becoming More Sympathetic Towards Refugees and Immigrants, Survey Suggests," The Independent, 10 May 2018 [text]

"Creating a ‘Hostile Environment for Migrants’: The British Government’s Use of Health Service Data to Restrict Immigration is a Very Bad Idea," Health Economics, Policy and Law, vol. 13, no. 2 (April 2018) [free full-text]

Humanitarian Standards are not the Test for a Cessation Decision (Free Movement Blog, May 2018) [text]

Taking Back Control? The Impact of Brexit on the Immigration of Third Country Nationals and Asylum Seekers (Brexit Blog, May 2018) [text]

"What Counts as Evidence in Adjudicating Asylum Claims? Locating the Monsters in the Machine: An Investigation of Faith-based Claims," Chapter 4 in Science and the Politics of Openness: Here Be Monsters (Manchester University Press, Jan. 2018) [open access]
- Scroll to p. 75 or read chapter preprint.

"'Your name does not tick the box': The Intertwining of Names, Bodies, Religion and Nationality in the Construction of Identity within the UK Asylum System," Ethnic and Racial Studies, vol. 41, no. 5 (2018) [free full-text]

Related post:
- Regional Focus: Europe (4 May 2018)

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