Unifying refugee families could have a positive effect on Croydon

Posted on March 16th, by Keleisha Robinson in Politics & Society. No Comments

As the home of the Visa and Immigration Service, Croydon supports many unaccompanied refugee children

Croydon attracts many refugees who have fled from zones of conflict, persecution and poverty to seek asylum in the UK. This is because it is the home of the national Visa and Immigration Service, where they claims are processed. However, the UK is one of the only two European countries (the other is Denmark) … Read More »



Croydon’s place in the #MeToo debate

Posted on January 10th, by Keleisha Robinson in Politics & Society. 1 Comment

Could this movement help Croydon tackle its issue of a high prevalence of sexual abuse incidents through greater social and criminal responsibility?

Croydon accounts for just 4% of London’s population, but 10% of all rapes in the capital

Earlier this year it was revealed that Croydon has had the highest number of rapes in London for the past two years, with the number of reports doubling over a … Read More »