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 […]

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 LGBTQ+ History Month, we want to bring people together and reimagine ‘belonging’ in queer, diaspora communities. We will get out the glue, glitter and gel pens to make some fabulous zines to explore how the relationship between migration, race, gender identity and queerness impact the sense of belonging.

This zine-making workshop will be a space that is open to everyone who identifies as queer from a migrant or migratised background, including trans+ people. We operate a zero-tolerance policy towards transphobia, biphobia, homophobia, ableism, racism or any other form of oppression/discrimination. 

The space is wheelchair accessible. If you have any other accessibility requirements, please do let us know. 

Register for the event here.

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