November 2023

Digital Hostile Environment: Passports and Facial Recognition

The Government has proposed using people’s passports and biometric residence permits for facial recognition. This kind of technology contributes to the increasing digitisation of the border, pushing border surveillance deeper into all of our lives. At MRN, we are concerned about the usage of travel and visa documents being used in this way, as it […]


Right to work checks are broken. It’s time to #ChallengeTheChecks

Economic Effects of Migration

Austerity measures are the real cause of poverty and unemployment in this country, not migrants.

International Students

We’ve consulting with international students to understand how they’ve been affected by COVID-19 lockdown

“Just like us…”

What are the implications of saying that certain migrants are “just like us”?

Migrants’ data rights

We want to ensure that migrant workers and their representatives are fully aware of the rules and their rights when right to work checks are undertaken.

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