Since 2015, Europe’s so-called refugee crisis has been the centre of intense debate. But what if we began to look at it another way: as a refugee reception crisis? Rather than a crisis in the movement of people, should EU states have been more pro-active in supporting those mobilising through borders? And what is the impact of current border policies on people seeking asylum in Europe?
At the height of the financial crisis in 2008, the late Queen Elizabeth II asked economists at the London School of Economics the obvious question “why did nobody notice it?”. Doubtless there was much muttering […]
“What is happening now is exactly what was happening in Nazi Germany in the 1930s”. No, not the National Front, but the Labour Party. Really? Beside corporate Media and supporters of Israel, no one seems […]
In edition 84 of the December 2018 Tax Justice Network’s monthly podcast/radio show, the Taxcast: time’s running out to tackle the climate crisis facing us all. We look at environmental taxes and making them fair, […]