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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.
US Presbyterian pastor Ben Daniel has written a book calling for immigration reform that welcomes undocumented immigrants in the country.
The UK Home Office attempt to fast-track deportation of foreign nationals refused permission to stay in Britain has been ruled unlawful.
In times of exploding budget deficits and unemployment figures, migrants are often used as scapegoats for all the ailings and failings of society, says Annegret Kapp. But the churches are responding boldly to the call to combat fear and prejudice.
The United States has been criticised for denying visas to 10 per cent of the voting delegates due to attend a global meeting of Reformed churches taking place in the state of Michigan.
At the beginning of next month, Praxis Community Projects is inviting people to celebrate the cultural richness of East London’s new residents: one great community with many roots.
In a challenge to the arguments being put forward by Lord Carey, the Archbishop of Canterbury has said that those worried that migration affecting ‘British identity’ demonstrate ‘confusion’.
The Episcopal Church has responded to a controversial Arizona law expelling undocumented immigrants from the state by calling for comprehensive reform and justice for migrants.
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The presidents of Churches Together in the Merseyside Region have issued a joint statement in response to the Hillsborough Inquest.
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