Civil Society

Civil society, broadly conceived as non-governmental organisations and groups that reflect the will of the people they represent, provide a wide range of services and support to individuals and families and can inform future policy development on immigration, asylum, integration and citizenship issues. COMPAS has studied their role in differing contexts, and collaborated with civil society organisations in many knowlege-exchange activities, in the UK and abroad.

Books

Reports

Journal Articles

Working Papers

Other Publications

Projects

City Initiative on Migrants with Irregular Status in Europe (C-MISE)

Sarah Spencer, Nicola Delvino, Marie Mallet-Garcia, Nathan Grassi and Rosaleen Cunningham | Phase I: 2017-19 | Phase II: 2020-21

H2020-Smart Cities and Communities-REPLICATE lighthouse project

Igor Calzada | February 2016 – January 2021

Inclusive Cities

Sarah Spencer, Jacqui Broadhead and Denis Kierans | March 2017 - May 2022

Inclusive Cities COVID-19 Research and Policy Briefings

Denis Kierans and Jacqui Broadhead | 2020

Kenyan Pentecostals between ‘Home’, London, and the Kingdom of God

COMPAS Communications | December 2013 – December 2016

Migration Services in Wales

Sarah Spencer, Carlos Vargas-Silva and COMPAS Communications | January 2015 – March 2017

Religious Faith, Space and Diasporic Communities in East London: 1880 – Present

COMPAS Communications | 1 January 2011 – 31 December 2015

Servicing Super-Diversity: ESRC IAA Knowledge Exchange Fellowship

COMPAS Communications | October 2014 – March 2015

Who Cares? Researching and Meeting the Needs of Migrant Care Workers

COMPAS Communications | June 2007 – September 2009