Securitising Childhood? Targeting Children in the Name of Counter-Terrorism is a Dangerous Pattern in Europe

November 24th, 2020|0 Comments

By Fatima Ahdash, University of Goldsmiths (@Fatima_Ahdash) As part of the country’s wider crackdown on extremism in the wake of recent terrorist attacks, last week the French government announced new counter-radicalisation measures including a Bill that restricts the home-schooling of [...]

Delays and contestation in the public inquiry into the mistreatment of immigration detainees

November 9th, 2020|0 Comments

Image: Protest outside Yarl's Wood IRC. Image credit: R Schlembach. By Beth Hudson (@Beth_Huds), University of Sussex and Raphael Schlembach (@RaphSchlembach) University of Brighton In September 2017, the BBC’s political programme Panorama showed footage filmed secretly inside one of Britain’s immigration removal [...]

Reset Ethics: Supporting Ethical Decision-Making in non-Covid Health Services

November 3rd, 2020|0 Comments

By Caroline Redhead, University of Liverpool on behalf of the Reset Ethics Team (@resetethics1) Covid-19 has disrupted, and in some cases overwhelmed, the functioning of healthcare systems across the world. It has led to new forms of healthcare prioritisation, including the reduction, suspension, [...]

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