Action for ESOL calls on you to TAKE ACTION!
Why? The government has announced changes to family immigration rules which will stop UK residents on lower incomes from bringing their spouses to the UK. Spouses who are allowed into the UK will have to wait five years and be forced to sit an Entry 3 ESOL […]
By Koos CouvÃ©e
In the autumn of last year I sat in a jam-packed room at the independent Bookmarks bookshop in Holborn, where Alana Lentin and Gavan Titley launched their new book, titled The Crises of Multiculturalism: Racism in a Neoliberal Age.
From Migrant Rights’ Network:
Mihir Bose speaking at TEDxEastEnd:
SB 1070 enables police officers to lawfully stop, detain or arrest a person whom they have â€œreasonable suspicionâ€ to be unauthorized, in order to determine the personâ€™s immigration status â€œwhen practicableâ€. It also gives citizens’ the power to sue police officers and departments if they believe that they haven’t investigated a “suspect” undocumented worker thoroughly enough. This law is a charter for racial discrimination.Read more →
South Africa, the home of the two “global elders”, Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Since Mandela’s Presidency, it has been affectionately dubbed the Rainbow Nation, and changed from a pariah state which suffered the most effective academic, economic and cultural global boycott in history to now being the host of the first FIFA World […]Read more →
Annual Film Festival Organized by Young Refugees Returns to the BFI Southbank from the 18 to 20 June
Great project, Great festival – Ken LoachRead more →
As part of The Multicultural Politic‘s coverage on the General Election, we will be reviewing the parties’ manifesto pledges and policy of particular interest, we start by looking at the important and emotive topic of immigration and making our own case for a different policy direction.
What is striking about the mainstream parties (the so-called Big […]Read more →
I thought that this election would be fought on the principles, philosophies, and policies that would make Britain a better place and speed up the recovery after the bankers led us into the deepest recession ever in 70 years.Â I have been proved wrong already.Â Instead dealing with how to mend the economy, get businesses […]Read more →
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