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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 […]

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MAP: Fifth Workshop

The fifth MAP workshop, titled “Democracy, Advocacy, and Engagement,” was held on 20th January 2024 at the Academy for Parliamentary & Policy Studies in London next to Whitehall, and aimed to empower recent migrants from Hong Kong with knowledge and skills to actively participate in the democratic process of the UK. Facilitated by Christopher Ng,

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MAP: Fourth Workshop

On December 16, 2023, the Day 4 workshops at Square Hall in Waterloo, London, aimed to empower participants in community organising and democratic engagement. The first session, led by Katia Widlak, focused on community organising, where participants learned strategies to initiate and sustain a movement. The session included insights from community organisers actively engaged in

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MAP: Third Workshop

On November 18, 2023, the Day 3 workshops at the Golden Lane Community Centre in the City of London were focused on empowering participants in effective communication and advocacy. The first session, led by Sophie Yates Lu, delved into the art of campaigning. Participants learned strategies to make their voices heard, exploring ways to speak

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EU Citizens of Colour, the EUSS + the post-Brexit Immigration Journey

Join Migrants’ Rights Network + Migrants at Work, on 14 July 2022 (6-7.30pm) for the second installment in our ‘Who Is Welcome?’ online event series, addressing how the EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) is failing EU Citizens of colour + their family members. This is an opportunity for people of Colour with lived experience of the EUSS to share their stories + experiences.

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