In The Spotlight
Africans Unite Against Child Abuse (AFRUCA) has welcomed the “significant sentence” handed to a Nigerian woman for human trafficking.
The UK government may require about 140 years to register the over 3 million EU citizens already living in the country, a new report published by the Migration Observatory at the University of Oxford shows.
British MPs have strongly criticised the European Union’s action to handle the refugee crisis describing it as "too little, too late”.
Africans Unite Against Child Abuse (AFRUCA) will host a conference to develop the understanding and capacity of stakeholders in supporting African victims of trafficking in the UK.
An online petition has been launched urging the UK government to guarantee the rights of EU nationals after the Brexit vote.
Home Office is reminding employers that they must make right to work checks before hiring new employees.
The UK government has announced that fees for settlement, residence and nationality will increase by 25% while those for visit, study and work visas will increase by 2%.
A British court has ordered the government to immediately bring to Britain three children and one adult in Calais so that they can join their relatives.
An ‘important information’ leaflet providing essential guidance on protecting passports from traffickers will be issued to all new British passport holders from March.
17th February 2015: New amendments to the Modern Slavery Bill will ensure that victims of modern slavery receive the best possible support and protection, Minister for Modern Slavery and Organised Crime, Karen Bradley has said.
A four-year-old boy in London battling leukaemia urgently needs a lifesaving stem cell donor.
A film focusing on Ghanaian migration will be screened in London on 27th January 2016.
, is for the first time ever, in the UK at Tobacco Dock, London on May 15th-17th 2015.
With over 150 exhibitors over the course of three days, the pioneering FestivalAsia will incorporate Asian food, fashion, spirituality, art, music, performance, culture, artefacts, massage stalls, yoga vendors, henna artists, clothes, spices, meditation rooms, and even speed-dating!
16th February 2015: We’d like to appeal to all our readers to help trace a 14-year-old girl with learning difficulties who went missing from Mill Hill.
10th February 2015: More than 400 people attended the third annual British Muslim Awards in Worcestershire. The ceremony was presented by award winning TV chef, Ajmal Mushtaq and featured a special performance from UK’s funniest Asian comedian, Mani Laiqat and artist Naseem Khan.