Migration Archive

G4S and Carlson Wagonlit: profiteers scrabble for more Home Office contracts

This week secret filming by a brave whistleblower gave a glimpse

Vinci, Company Profile

[responsivevoice_button] Corporate Watch profiles controversial French construction giant, Vinci. Key points

Iraqi deportations: the airlines helping the Home Office deport refugees to war zones

[responsivevoice_button] The Home Office is trying to deport dozens of refugees

The Hostile Environment: turning the UK into a nation of border cops

[responsivevoice_button] A run-down of the Home Office’s “hostile environment” measures against

The Round-Up: rough sleeper immigration raids and charity collaboration

[responsivevoice_button] Homelessness outreach charities are helping Immigration Enforcement round up and

Deportation Charter Flights: Collective Expulsion in 2017

[responsivevoice_button] Profiling the UK’s mass deportation charter flights and some of

Eurotunnel: death at the fences, profits for Goldman Sachs

[responsivevoice_button] At least 15 people were killed in or around the

CalaisResearch: 40 companies profiting from the eviction and border violence

[responsivevoice_button] The eviction of the Calais jungle is about to begin,

Immigration Detention Centres factsheet

[responsivevoice_button] It can be hard to keep track of the shadowy

Home Office quietly advertises £80 million privatisation of Calais border security

[responsivevoice_button] By Calais Research Network. While the UK’s plans for the

Snitches, Stings & Leaks: how Immigration Enforcement works

[responsivevoice_button] The Byron Hamburgers “sting” was no one-off. This report, analysing

Democratic autonomy in North Kurdistan: An interview with the Democratic Society Congress

[responsivevoice_button] Photo caption: Workers at a honey cooperative near Wan (Van

Nine times more spent pursuing claimants than employers not paying minimum wage

[responsivevoice_button] From today — 1 April 2016 — workers in the UK aged

Court hears detainee death only costs £10,000 fine

[responsivevoice_button] The Information Tribunal heard an appeal today by the Home

Deportees tied up ‘like animals’

[responsivevoice_button] Inspectors have raised concerns after finding people’s arms are being