February 2024

Think Global, Act Global: Event

We are delighted to have co-organised and be speaking at the Think Global Act Global Event, taking place at Birkbeck on Saturday 23 March 2024, from 10.30am-6pm. Free markets were once sold as the route to global prosperity but now that spell is broken. Yet, the contours of the new system in formation are uncertain […]

Is it really freedom?

An LGBTQ+ History Month x Who Is Welcome? blog by a queer asylum seeker in our network.

Simultaneous identities

An LGBTQ History Month blog by a queer international student from China.

The Burden of Proof

As part of our Who is Welcome: Gender, Queerness and Migration campaign, we explore how the burden of proof harms queer, trans and GNC people in the asylum system.

Lunar New Year 2024

Lunar New Year is significant to many migrant and migratised members of our Network, and we wanted to spotlight their stories and reflections on this important celebration.

Zine-Making Workshop: Queerness, Migration and Belonging

To celebrate LGBTQ+ History Month, we invite you to join us for Migrants’ Rights Network’s first zine making workshop, on Thursday 22 February, 4pm! This year, we are spotlighting our Who is Welcome: Gender, Queerness and Migration campaign in order to disrupt harmful assumptions and policies impacting queer migrants and migratised people.  That’s why for

The scars of colonialism

“Do we still need to talk about colonialism in this day and age? Hasn’t it become a relic of the past, something to leave behind as we focus on the present?” These questions often come up as a response to anti-colonial sentiments, urging us, migrants from colonies, to leave the past behind and focus on

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