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A project commissioned by the Migration Research Unit of University College London. Produced in collaboration with Edwin Mingard, Prof Joanne McGregor and many members of the ZA asso-ciation...
“Hello and welcome to this issue of SERCO. We aim to do more than just celebrate the fashion and culture of the UK’s asylum seekers: we want to reach out and engage with the wider com-munity as a whole – and this issue is an attempt to do just that. This issue we’re focussing on the UK-Zimbabwean community – both those in the asylum system and regular migrants, as well as family and friends.
Everyone knows being an asylum seeker isn’t all plain sailing. Whether it’s being denied the right to work by the government, or being denied human dignity by private detention centre contrac-tors, life can be tough. Anyway, enough from us! Sit back on your sofa, dormitory bunk or wher-ever you are, and escape with this issue of SERCO: fashion so good, the government wants to deport it!”