In part 2 of this two-part blog, we consider divides constructed between the permanent/temporary and the skilled/unskilled in relation to worker rights.
The UK Prime Minister has pledged to end low skilled immigration by 2021. Why have exceptions have been made for the agricultural sector?
There is ample evidence that we need to reform the governance of migration, but we are a long way from agreeing upon how this should be done
We need to begin thinking about migration as a response to the combined pressures of climate change and economic insecurity […]
We are pleased to announce an upcoming seminar to take place here in Sheffield entitled ‘Forced Labour, Trafficking, and Slavery: […]