November 23, 2023

APPG on Migration

The APPG on Migration was set up to support the emergence of mainstream, progressive policy debate on migration in the UK parliament. It aims to provide a discussion forum for parliamentarians and act as a source of well-evidenced and independent information on key migration issues. The APPG is chaired by Kate Green MP. MRN is […]

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.


After our highly successful ‘Racism, Religion + Refugee Policy’ event, we are delighted to announce our ‘Who is Welcome?’ event series. This ‘Who is Welcome?’ event series will explore migration in tandem with other issues, and will explore the intersections between bordering and the following: racism, Islamophobia, colonialism, nationalism, citizenship status, gender, queerness, transness, disability,


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

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”?

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