Migrants’ Perspectives on Brexit & UK Immigration Policies

July 2017 The Migrants’ Perspectives on Brexit and UK Immigration Policies provides an overview of the key findings and recommendations from The Outsider Project’s Listening Campaign. The Outsider Project supports migrants affected by the negative discourse around immigration, and seeks to promote a positive narrative demonstrating the benefits of living in an open society where migration is commonplace. The project

Briefing Paper: EU Nationals in the UK

The 2016 campaign around the UK referendum on membership of the EU made the free movement and migrants from the EU one of the main topics of debate. It’s worth noting that at that stage that support for free movement in the EU was strong in the UK, with 64% of respondents in favour, according

MRN has Moved!

MRN moved to new offices on 17 July 2017 Our new address is: Mary Brancker House 54-74 Holmes Rd London NW5 3AQ Tel: 020 7424 7386 Email: [email protected] Twitter: @migrants_rights

M&S urged to drop Daily Mail ads

Marks and Spencer faced calls from anti-racist campaign groups at their recent Wembley Stadium AGM to stop advertising in the Daily Mail. Shareholders were handed copies of an open letter by protesters as they went in to the meeting. Company Directors also heard directly from shareholders inside the meeting.  A mobile billboard drove to various

Grenfell migrant amnesty slammed as ‘a trap’ by Liberty

The government’s false promise of a 12-month immigration amnesty to people affected by the Grenfell Tower fire will leave undocumented survivors unable to access the care and support they urgently need, Liberty has warned. The human rights charity highlights key problems with the policy, including: The 12-month amnesty is at best a feeble attempt at

Predators and victims media picture of irregular migration too simplistic says study

Long-established methods of irregular migration have become increasingly stigmatized, traveling clandestinely being perceived as an inherently — and uniquely — criminal activity, says new research from the Centre for Migration Studies. The dominate characterisation of smugglers as predators and migrants and asylum seekers as victims has often obscured the perspectives of those who rely on

Europeans more divided over immigration, says study

A new European Social Survey (ESS) report finds that, whilst Europeans have become slightly more favourable towards migrants from the same racial or ethnic group, they have become less positive about migrants from poorer countries outside Europe. Key findings Of the 19 countries where data was also collected in 2002/03, only Austrians and those from

Office space to rent: £475 per month (including utility bills)

Latin American House is a registered charity that aims to provide space and support to Latin Americans, Spanish and Portuguese speakers in London and other communities in the local area. It has a bright and spacious semi-furnished office to rent in a friendly atmosphere. The office comes with desk space suitable for 4 computers and the

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