Impact of UK’s New Immigration Plan to Crack Down on Students & Families
Brexit has signalled a new trend in the UK’s approach to immigration, and the recent change of administration has done little to alter this roadmap. This increasing drive to stop immigration into the UK just reached new heights with the most recent proposal, presented by Home Secretary Suella Braverman, which is set to affect current visa-holding students and workers, as well as Family Visa candidates.
Lebanon after the Beirut Explosion
n the early days of August 2020, after years of improper fertiliser storage, Warehouse 12 in Lebanon’s port of Beirut exploded.
Over two years later, the aftermath of that fateful August day remains remembered in the hearts and minds of people everywhere.
Announcing our new Interim CEO: Vickie Wambura!
Migrateful announces Vickie Wambura as Interim CEO whilst founder Jess Thompson begins Masters in Migration & Public Policy.
Training Classes for the London class of 2022
10 new amazing chefs. 10 new menus to choose from. Our new cohort of London chefs has just graduated and it’s our pride and joy to invite you to their
We’re having a summer break!
Just for the month of August. Our regular in-person and online classes will resume in September 2022. We can call it a holiday for our soul (though an actual holiday
Imagining Afghanistan: Simplified Perceptions and How we Might Challenge them
Afghanistan came into the spotlight last August when the US withdrew its troops. But why did it have troops there in the first place? A look back to the origins of the conflict reveals how the ‘war on terror’ in Afghanistan has had ramifications not just for Afghanistan’s economy, people and culture but for the way it is perceived by others. For most in the West, Afghanistan has become synonymous with conflict, with detrimental consequences for achieving peace and stability.