In The Spotlight
Sixteen new countries are now eligible to apply for membership of the Registered Traveller Service to benefit from faster entry to the UK.
The Home Office has announced changes to the Immigration Rules which will affect a number of categories.
The mass exodus of refugees and migrants from the Jungle camp in Calais is under way, with buses starting to disperse hundreds of its residents across France.
A Polish woman was booed by audience members on BBC1’s Question Time when she said she no longer felt welcome in the UK since the EU referendum.
Arabic-speaking refugees in Germany now have a newspaper that facilitates their integration and addresses their needs and concerns.
Immigrants will soon find themselves fenced out.
Greece is starting the work of building a massive six-mile fence on its border with Turkey in an attempt to keep the illegal immigrants away. The fence will be topped with razor wire.
The International Development Secretary has declared emergency aid in response to alarming food crisis in the Sahel. He has also urged others to step up efforts.
Thousands of people will gather in cities across Europe and the world to mark the UN Anti-Racism Day on 19th March.
A mother is threatening legal action against a teacher who called her black son “a monkey” in front of his classmates.
She was caught on the camera racially abusing passengers on the Central Line on 23 January 2012. After the video surfaced on the You Tube, she has been arrested by the police.
Singer Lily Allen has apologised "on behalf of my country" after seeing the squalid conditions refugees are languishing in at the Calais camp known as the Jungle.
British MPs have strongly criticised the European Union’s action to handle the refugee crisis describing it as "too little, too late”.
The author of a picture book helping children understand the refugee crisis has won a prestigious award at the world’s leading museum of art and design.