Grenfell, the Windrush Scandal, and recent political comments about an amnesty for undocumented migrants has brought to public attention the plight of those living in Britain without adequate legal documentation. Most of these undocumented migrants have been left without the ability to work, study, rent, marry, receive healthcare or open a bank account – all the while living in fear of immigration raids, detention and deportation.
Come hear from organisers of undocumented movements, from the US, Europe and Britain about how to support undocumented migrants and workers, and how we can build a movement to call for an amnesty and immigration policies that enable undocumented people to come forward without fear.
When: Monday 23 September 2019 , 3-4.30pm
Where: The Green Door Store, 3 Trafalgar Street, BN1 4FQ Brighton
- Bobby Chan- A campaigner and legal advocate, working in the Chinese community for more than 40 years and currently involved with the Min Quan Chinatown People Rights Group
- Marisa Franco is the Director and Co-Founder of Mijente, a US-based digital and grassroots organizing hub for Latinx and Chicanx people
- Dami Makinde is Co-founder and Co-CEO of ‘We Belong, an organisation that fights for young migrants to be treated equally and fairly in a society they call home.
And others to follow!