Liz Fekete is Executive Director of the Institute of Race Relations and has written and lectured widely on issues of migration, race and security in Europe. She edits the European Race Bulletin. She is a consultant on refugee and immigration issues to a number of organisations, including the Refugee Council, and was an expert witness at the Basso Permanent Peoples' Tribunal and the World Tribunal on Iraq. She is the author of A Suitable Enemy (Pluto, 2009).
The refugee crisis is the greatest humanitarian crisis of our times. These books explores many facets of immigration; probing the racism of migration services, celebrating acts of resistance, and telling the stories of the re-homed.Read full article
As racist undercurrents in many western societies become seemingly entrenched, the prevalence of Islamophobia has never been greater. This selection of books explores how Islamophobia has manifested and what we can do to fight it.Read full article