The hidden target of the Conservative’s migration reform

If Boris Johnson has his way, at midnight on 31 October  we will leave the EU, deal or no deal. This looming date dominates the news, but dramatic changes to the UK’s refugee policy will come into place the following day, on 1 November, and have received little attention. In the case of a no […]


In conversation with Desa: a Kosovar refugee

In September, the United States lowered the total number of refugees they will be allowing into the country to a 30,000 person cap, the lowest it has been since 1980, and less than one third what it was under the Obama administration. Part of the reason this cap was lowered was to deal with processing […]