Abstract: (10 pp) Britain has admitted that the tone of the country's recent asylum debate could encourage racial prejudice. That government acknowledgement has resulted from criticism, by rights groups at a United Nation's meetings in Geneva to discuss racial discrimination. Britain "remains attractive to migrants precisely because it is seen as a toler does not look beneath the surface, and see that racism in Britain is alive and strong. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Subcatagory: Race, Politics & Society