Unity Magazine


Children on a refugee protest in Calais (Photo: Geoff Dexter)
14 Jul 2016

Save the Children produced a report that said there were 26,000 unaccompanied child refugees in Europe. That turned out to be an underestimate—actually there are 95,000. And 10,000 of them have disappeared. Isn’t that shocking, that 10,000 children could disappear in Europe?

Rufus Hound
14 Jul 2016

We live in the information age—but because we live in the information age everyone is overwhelmed with information. So it just comes down to instinct and what your best mate thinks. No one is prepared to change their mind based on facts.

The Convoy to Calais sets out from Whitehall in central London (Photo: Guy Smallman)
14 Jul 2016

Some 200 vehicles set out in a convoy to take aid collected around Britain to the refugee camp outside Calais on Saturday 18th June. It showed the level of support for refugees among ordinary people—but the majority were stopped at Dover

Gary Younge at the Convoy to Calais rally
14 Jul 2016

There’s a constituency in Britain that has not yet been courted by the main parties. It is not xenophobic and is not antagonistic to asylum seekers—people who do want to extend the hand of solidarity and assistance.

A much larger group of anti-fascists countered the Nazi demonstration in Newcastle calling for repatriation just after the referendum result
14 Jul 2016

Hope and despair take flight from the same sky. The worst thing we can do is give in to despair or believe we face an unstoppable tide of racism.

Jesse Owens running the 200m at the 1936 Berlin Olympics
14 Jul 2016

On a number of occasions the Games have awarded iconic stature to those on the right side of history with a power that endures beyond sporting achievement. We remember some such moments on these pages

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