Whats the difference between migrants, asylum seekers and refugees?
Published on 29 Nov 2019
What’s the difference between migrants, asylum seekers and refugees?
There are many reasons for someone needing to leave their home country, be it war, education or even marriage. Each person in the UK is protected under human rights law, no matter their citizenship or immigration status. Learn more about the similarities and differences with this informative video, co-produced with Young Citizens.
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