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    Entries in Refugees (4)

    Saturday
    Sep192015

    Refugee, Migrant, asylum seeker, illegal immigrant – the battle over words

    Images of people scrambling over barbed wire fences, crossing the Mediterranean in fishing boats, or the publication of the shocking picture of the body of drowned three-year old little boy. Words to describe people are often used interchangeably – does getting it right really matter? Are your staff clear on what the different words mean?

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    Monday
    Sep232013

    Legal challenge to ‘Go Home’ vans pilot

    Did you see the ‘Go Home’ advert on vans, calling for illegal immigrants to ‘Go Home’? Did you find it offensive? Was the advert legal?

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    Monday
    Sep232013

    Immigration and the influence of the media

    When you hear the words immigration, asylum seekers, and refugees, what words come into your mind? What do you think are the most common words used in national newspapers when reporting on issues of immigration, asylum seekers and refugees?

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    Wednesday
    Sep052012

    Misconceptions about refugees

    In August 2012, the Employability Forum published a report on children’s attitudes to refugees, based on research from Refugees into Schools. The report identifies that there is widespread confusion and misconception about the numbers of refugees in the UK, their impact on services and the reasons for their arrival; many children believe that asylum seekers and refugees are illegal immigrants.

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