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    Why referring to asylum seekers and refugees as migrants can be harmful

    In the mainstream media, often, when the issue of refugee flows is brought up the word ‘migrant’ easily follows. The world is often used...

    What is happening in Greece for asylum seekers? And why is no one talking about it?

    At the border of Europe are refugee camps that are not being talked about enough. Refugee flow is a thematic that has gained worldwide...

    Forced migration: what are the main reasons people flee their homes?

    Every year, millions of people are forced to leave their homes. Many important crises have contributed to the massive displacement of people over the...

    Get a taste of the world with Base51’s Holiday Programme

    Base51 will be delivering an exciting Holiday Activity Programme over the summer in Nottingham for 11-17 year-olds.

    A Dream for a Bright Future Sinks in the Mediterranean Sea

    by IOM Nabie Loyce, Media and Communications Assistant and Liatile Putsoa, Media and Communications Officer Twenty-eight-year-old Roam Khot sits in his small corner shop, in...

    They’ve Gotta Have Us

    They’ve Gotta Have Us is a docuseries of three episodes on Netflix charting the history of Black Cinema. The series interviews a host of...

    The Stigma around Periods across the World

    Written by Charlotte Smith. Period poverty and stigma is an issue across the world, in both high- and low-income countries. Countries are staring to...

    Social Media: The Failure of Instagram during COVID-19

    A recent engagement report into user engagement with brands on Instagram revealed that throughout the pandemic, particularly at the height of lockdown, this engagement...

    Applicants from minority groups least likely to be offered PhD places

    A PhD is the top qualification a student can achieve in their academic studies. In 2016, analysis from the Higher Education Funding Council revealed...

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