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Catalyst - Migration
Irish flagNo gold at the end of the rainbow?

Gavan Curley asks whether the Irish in Britain are being denied their national identity

08 August 2007

Everyone's Irish signHybrid and hyphenated

Mary J Hickman looks at the Irish second generation in Britain

27 July 2007

poles_in_slough_03t.jpgPoles in Slough

Asim Rafiqui's photo essay looks at Poles living in Slough, a town in Berkshire, about 20 miles west of central London
16 July 2007

Ellis IslandSmokescreen

Activists say a black anti-immigration movement is gathering steam in the US. But it seems to be largely the creation of white people, reports Brentin Mock.

15 June 2007

House in handsJacking in the Union

Tamara Gausi looks at why ethnic minorities leave Britain and search for something called 'home' and Lucy Prempeh gives her account of why she decided to leave.

11 May 2007

romanian_children_300_sq.jpgLong-distance families

Westbound labour migrants are leaving thousands of Romanian youngsters behind every year, according to Ana Maria Luca

27 April 2007

hand shadowA Shadow without a doubt

Gary Younge talks to Ann Widdecombe. When he was Home Secretary in 2000, Jack Straw said that race relations was the most important part of his remit as Home Secretary. Gary Younge found out what his Shadow's recation was. This interview was originally published in Connections magazine in 2000.

24 April 2007

migrant agricultural workersThe yellow brick road

Don Flynn explains why the road to managed migration is not as smooth as it seems in an article written in 2002 for Connections Magazine.

24 April 2007

Red coffee cupPoles in Scotland

Sarah Ormiston asks two Poles living in Scotland about the problems they have faced, their feelings towards their host country and what their futures hold

30 March 2007

Factory warning signA8 workers

Catalyst looks at some facts and figures about people who have come from Poland and the other A8 countries to work in the UK since 2004

30 March 2007

cat08_15.jpgIn search of – what?

Eddie Barrett talks to those Britons choosing to live elsewhere

19 March 2007

cat08_08.jpgA very modern migration

Marek Kohn looks at the Polish presence in Britain

19 March 2007

ificould_120.gifEasy prey

Marina Lewycka on migrant workers and red tape

19 March 2007

business_agenda.jpgHighly skilled, no longer wanted

Rhian Beynon is concerned about changes to the Highly Skilled Migrant Programme

22 January 2007

cat07_22.jpgDistinctly different

Ross Bond looks at attitutdes to migration, north of the border

15 January 2007

roundup_120.gifRefugees inside research

Will Somerville looks at participatory research

14 July 2006

Tag on a Japanese shoeTurning Japanese

Forum Mithani recalls life in a mixed-race marriage in Tokyo.

09 June 2006

Australian bikini - photo by Christine ApplebyThe White Australia policy

Julius Honnor looks back at the history of Australian immigration policy

26 May 2006

cat3_community_cohesion_200.jpgBooks - Britain's sharp end

John Denham reviews Community Cohesion by Ted Cantle (Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. £45.00)
17 May 2006

Speak of me as I am - coverBooks - Speak of me as I am

Linda Bellos reviews a book by Stephen Bourne about the black presence in Southwark since 1600.
21 April 2006

Red ChannelTheatre - Something to declare

Abigail Dunn reviews The Red Channel, a collection of monologes spoken by immigrants and immigration officials.
07 April 2006

roundup_120.gifAttitudes to Immigrants

Ann Dummett looks at a survey of attitudes to immigrants

17 March 2006