Emily Dugan

Emily Dugan is Social Affairs Editor for The Independent, i and Independent on Sunday. She was previously a news reporter for The Independent on Sunday. Her investigations into human trafficking have twice been awarded Best Investigative Article at the Anti-Slavery Day Media Awards and her human rights journalism was shortlisted for the Gaby Rado Memorial prize at the 2012 Amnesty Media Awards. Her first book, 'Finding Home: Real Stories of Migrant Britain', was published by Icon Books in July 2015.

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Full-time employment fell by 10 percentage points for men and eight points for women aged 20-24 between 2008 and 2013

Young people were hit worst by the great recession

Full-time employment for men aged 20-24 fell 10% since 2008

47 per cent of lone mothers and fathers have to borrow money from friends

Half of single parents forced to borrow money to pay for childcare, claims report

47 per cent already have to borrow money from friends, family or banks

So-called ‘poor doors’ are allegedly spreading across London

'Dickensian' poor doors separating wealthy tenants should be banned, says commission

Many new housing developments are being built so that wealthy tenants are segregated from poorer renters

Tony Bennett had been repeatedly unemployed, eventually finding work in a bookmakers and working his way up to manager over 13 years

Residents of forgotten English mining town head Down Under to meet Aborigines - and share the problems of displaced people

Ashington, once the proud home of a thriving colliery, is embarking on a scheme with Brisbane's Aboriginal families to see what they can learn from each other

A pigeon shown inside Harmonds-worth detention centre

Harmondsworth immigrants kept in cells for two hours longer, secret filming reveals

Footage was shot by a detainee for Corporate Watch on a secret camera

Harley Miller, Australian immigrant and NHS children’s therapist, has lived in Britain for nine years

Harley Miller: ‘I feel like I’ve been let out of prison. It was like I was under house arrest’

An Australian NHS therapist threatened with deportation from the UK has finally been told she can remain

Schools are largely failing to bring different communities together in contrast to higher education, argues Matthew Taylor. File photo

Government's obsession with faith and free schools 'breeds social and racial segregation'

Exclusive: Chair of Social Integration Commission says Government has ignored impact of education policies, and calls for schools to monitor how well children from different backgrounds and ethnicities are mixing

Ashley Rosser, who served in the RAF, at the Veterans Aid hostel in east London

Homeless Veterans appeal: Veterans’ hostel ‘overwhelmed by kindness’ for festive dinner

The Veterans Aid hostel in east London is home to 55 ex-servicemen

Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon toured the Italian countyside for ‘The Trip’

Amalfi Coast beats Whitley Bay for top television backdrop

Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon toured the Italian countyside for ‘The Trip’ Revolution Films

More than 1.2 million women earned enough to be placed in the highest tax bracket in 2013-14

More women in the best-paid jobs helps to close pay gap

The proportion of high earners who are women has climbed to 28 per cent of the total

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