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Representatives of churches across Europe will meet in Vienna this weekend to review the 'Year of European Churches responding to migration 2010'.
With migrants numbering some 250 million of the world’s population, churches are being urged to defuse and combat public hostility towards them.
US-based global humanitarian agency Church World Service has welcomed the introduction of the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act 2010.
The National Council of Churches USA wants government officials and church leaders to act on "comprehensive immigration reform."
Hundreds of churches across Britain demonstrated solidarity with migrants and displaced people over the weekend, taking part in Racial Justice Sunday.
Home Office asylum and immigration statistics show that government must acknowledge "serious failings" in the asylum process, says the Refugee Council
The gap between the reality of the Office of National Statistics quarterly migration statistics and the knee-jerkery of much of the media (and not just the tabloids) is as predictable as it is disturbing.
The increase in the number of people coming to stay in Britain is due to a significant rise in international students, new ONS data shows.
A photo exhibition on cross-border traders in Southern Africa has put the spotlight on the need for the free movement of goods and peoples.
Three church conferences say foreign delegates' visas were denied by US officials, meaning some nations lacked representation at global assemblies.