We regret that Ask ICAR! is no longer available.
ICAR has now existed for 10 years and in that time a great deal has changed in the asylum and refugee debates. There is a wide range of information now available on the subject, and a number of resources have recently formed looking at wider immigration issues.
In this time of austerity and cuts to charitable funding it has simply not been possible to raise enough money to keep the ICAR web site updated. Runnymede is optimistic about the future of research into asylum and refugee policies and will continue to pursue ICAR's mission of producing impartial information and research on these issues. However, in line with other organisations we have to think hard about how we do this.
In the meantime, the ICAR website will remain online for the coming months and Runnymede will work hard to archive material from it. Users who want to find information on the asylum and refugee fields can find high quality information on the following web sites:
General Information and Statistics:
Advice and Assistance including legal help:
Many queries can be answered by searching our website. Available online are:
- latest statistics on key themes in an accessible format
- Mapping the UK, providing background information, resources and contacts for towns in the UK
- Navigation guides and offering an overview of key issues and refugee populations
- Searchable directories of resources and publications and relevant websites
- Digests of relevant publications summarising recent reports of interest
- Our programmes section listing current ICAR research and projects
Please note that ICAR is not registered to give legal advice on the cases or claims of asylum seekers or refugees or their family members. Click here for information on who to contact with respect to legal issues
Last Updated: 12/07/11