A network of more than 80 charities has called on the government to include undocumented migrant people in the national
From Sudan to Manchester via the Nile… MM discuss life in the North (and queuing for buses) with Bolton refugee
It’s been two decades since Sudanese political activist Yagoub Matar, 49, first became a refugee when escaping the clutches of the one-party, oppressive state of Sudan.
Coping without Calais: Boxer Stacey Copeland chats to MM about transforming lives in French migrant camps
MM talked to Stacey Copeland, Manchester’s most successful female boxer, about her recent trip to a refugee camp in Calais where she spent a week transforming the lives of child migrants through the power of sport.
After watching the news and reading stories of the desperate migrant situation in Calais, a Mobberley teacher and mother of four has decided to join the volunteer movement there.
New research conducted by the University of Manchester has revealed that asylum accommodation is reviewed based on profit, and not the wellbeing of the occupants.
All 28 Member States must plan and act on an EU-wide solution to end the refugee crisis says a North West MEP, as cross-party MEPs in the UK condemn David Cameron’s refusal to take migrants under the proposed EU quota.
People of all ages, colours and creeds gathered in Piccadilly Gardens on Saturday afternoon as part of a nationwide protest against the government’s handling of the refugee crisis.
The Syrian Community of Manchester have welcomed the UK government’s plans to receive ‘thousands more’ refugees but believe that a humanitarian response should have happened ‘a long time ago’.
The UK government are ‘too frightened’ for an honest discussion about the migrant crisis, claims a protest leader ahead of a rally against ‘David Cameron’s scapegoating of refugees and asylum seekers’ on Friday.
MM caught the debut of an experimental film exploring through the narrative of two teenagers what it’s like to be both British and Chinese in Manchester as the children of migrant parents.
The death of more than 800 migrants on Saturday as they travelled from Libya in pursuit of refuge was the deadliest migrant boat-sinking incident ever recorded in the Mediterranean.