"Theresa May, the Home Secretary, says that “cohesion” is “impossible” with high levels of migration. This is factually wrong. This kind of statement is itself a threat to a peaceful society in which everyone can live safely and well," writes Dr Hannah Jones from the University of Warwick.
Associate Professor Roberta Bivins from the Department of History looks back on Europes' refugee crisis history in light of the current migrant crisis
As Europe experiences its most dramatic and large-scale refugee crises since World War Two, one thing is clear. We have learned little from the past
Dr Dallal Stevens , an expert on refugee and asylum law and policy at the University of Warwick has reacted to Hungary’s emergency new legislation introduced overnight.
As the massive exodus from Syria continues, the decomposing bodies of human beings are found in lorries, the bodies of toddlers are washed up on Turkish shores, people spend days and nights in overcrowded railway platforms and as many more ramshackle boats are attempting to cross the Aegean sea, this is not the time...
Europe will not be able to effectively handle the current migrant crisis until it faces up to its colonial past - Professor Gurminder Bhambra
Europe will not be able to effectively handle the current migrant crisis until it faces up to its colonial past, a sociologist from the University of Warwick will tell a major conference in Prague today (28 August).
Professor Gurminder Bhambra says current policies are undermining the very promise of cosmopolitanism by ostracising migrants and perpetuating the view that they pose a threat to Europe.