Fact-sheet put together by The Refugee Support Network looking at what happens when asylum seekers come to the UK.
Immigration is a constant aspect of political debate and people seeking asylum very rarely have their say. Report by Vicky Canning
Anthony McCarthy looks at the history of migration to Liverpool and Britain.
Ashley McGovern looks at the findings of reports into the practices of Immigration Removal Centres in the UK.
Rob Harrison interviewed Jen Verson about her role with MaMa, who actively campaign for justice in the migration system.
Colin Serjent previews Any Frontier, Any Hemisphere, an art exhibition to be staged at Liverpool Central Library during June to raise awareness of the refugee crisis both in the UK and abroad.
Carol Laidlaw, an expert on welfare rights, writes about Immigrants and the Social Security system.
Hazel is a long-term community activist and resident in the Granby Triangle. She looks at the influence Muslims have had in Liverpool.
Colin Serjent describes the ways theatre in the UK has portrayed asylum seekers, refugees and migrants.
Mimoza Gashi looks at the ways the LGBT asylum and refugee community has to face a system put in place to challenge and seriously question ones identity.
Jill Summers writes about the work the Liverpool City Council does to welcome refugees to the city, to help them settle and to fulfil their potential.
Darren Guy interviews Genna Rourke and Nadine Clarke who together established ‘MerseyAid’ after witnessing the horrendous living conditions of migrants in Calais.
A look at Migration Watch, which claims to be a non party political, independent think tank.
Refugees fleeing countries we are arming, meeting border guards we are funding.
The mainstream media hardly tell you this, but there is resistance to the endless austerity proposed by the government, and it is building. Although councils spout the mantra that privatisation is the ‘Only Game in Town’ people are coming together to fight back.
Interview with Kurdish Freedom fighter, Sama, from Kobane, a city in Northern Syria on the Turkish border who is now a refugee living in Liverpool.
The posters promoting any creative scene can become more iconic than the artists themselves. This is true of Liverpool’s Sean Wars whose distinct style has attracted attention to the local and national DIY scene for a number of years.
Interview with Birkenhead author, Nathan O’Hagan, whose novel The World Is (Not) A Cold Dead Place has recently been published.
A profile of wildlife artist Anthony Smith, an award winning wildlife artist living and working in Liverpool.
Steve Moss celebrates the arrival of Liverpool’s Small Cinema.