Brighton Business School

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A protest outside the Home Office in early May against the immigration regime.

Paragraph 322(5): what the Home Office uses to refuse highly skilled migrants leave to remain in Britain

Jo Wilding is a PhD student, A protest outside the Home Office in early May against the immigration regime. Global Justice Now/flickr, CC BY   Amid the many recent criticisms of the British Home Office have come reports that “at least 1,000 highly skilled migrants” have been refused indefinite leave to remain in the UK. They…

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Women of impact

Women of Impact: Dr Claire-Michelle Smyth

To mark International Woman’s Day in 2018 we are celebrating the achievements of just some of the academics working here at Brighton. Our Women of Impact web features demonstrates how our academic staff are achieving great things, working on the complex challenges facing society, educating and inspiring the next generation and making an impact in…

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winning poster design - The price of Oranguatans Lives

Making friends and learning about CSR through the BBS Annual Poster Competition

First-year students recently took part in our annual BBS Poster Competition. The aim of the competition is to get students working together to create a presentation and poster on a theme within their first-semester topic, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Our 2017 poster competition invited submissions from all students from business management and marketing courses, with…

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Innovation Management Training for Red Cross Innovation Pioneers

CENTRIM – the Centre for Research in Innovation Management – has been asked by the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent to help with the training of their Innovation pioneers in the concepts and practice of innovation management. To that end, Professor Howard Rush flew to Madrid to work with twenty-five of…

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Marie-Bénédicte Dembour

Best publication prize for Marie-Bénédicte Dembour

On 10 February, Professor Marie-Bénédicte Dembour received the Best Publication prize awarded by the Odysseus Academic Network which recognises outstanding academic research in the area of European Immigration or Asylum Law. The Best Publication Prize recognises an outstanding contribution to the field by a more experienced researcher or professor. Professor Marie-Bénédicte Dembour was a joint winner…

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Young Eritreans are victims of poor decision making by British asylum officials

Jo Wilding, University of Brighton The Home Office has been criticised for a policy which excluded Eritrean children evicted from the Calais Jungle camp from resettlement in the UK. Documents obtained by the Public Law Project show how asylum decisions for Eritreans have been based on questionable information about conditions in the country.

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