Events

Migrants’ Leaders Programme – Telling Our Own Stories – March 2021

Join the Migrants’ Rights Network on a six-session leadership programme for migrants and refugees who are campaigning or want to campaign on issues that impact them. We’ll explore our own stories, learn how the current system works and our rights, and develop skills to help us advocate for ourselves and our communities. We will use

Watch again: Highly Skilled Migrants Report Launch

New Report: Highly Skilled Migrants: Indefinite Leave to Remain Refusals & Covid-19 Realities The criminalisation of the UK’s Highly Skilled Migrants (HSMs) and implications for wider migrant communities. After 10+ years of building a life in the UK, the Home Office decided that many HSMs – all migrants of colour – were of ‘bad character’

27th Jan 2021 – Discrimination & Destitution: The UKs Highly Skilled Migrants

The APPG for Immigration Law and Policy, Operation Black Vote, Migrants’ Rights Network, Garden Court Chambers and Highly Skilled UK invite you to a report launch and briefing on: The criminalisation of the UK’s Highly Skilled Migrants (HSMs) and implications for wider migrant communities. After 10+ years of building a life in the UK, the

Report Launch: The Impact of Covid-19 on POC & Migrant Frontline Workers

In August 2020, the Migrants’ Rights Network (‘MRN’) alongside the Kanlungan Filipino Consortium (‘KFC’), the3million and Migrants at Work (MAW’) launched a survey aimed at workers who are either migrants or people of colour, who work in the South of England, London or the West Midlands, in order to understand the lived experience of those

Goldsmiths’ University New Immigration Policy Clinic

This month, MRN had the opportunity to share about our ongoing campaigns  to students on an immigration law course at Goldsmiths University. Many of these students were first and second generation immigrants and it was an encouragement to hear their commitment to achieving equality for all migrants.   Next term, students will have the opportunity

London Network Meeting – Digital Rights & Covid-19 – July 21st 2020

Data surveillance has been a key strategy used by the Home Office to monitor migrants, often leaving migrants without access to their own personal data. Justified concerns around data sharing between public service providers and the Home Office prevented migrants from seeking support during COVID-19. This London Network Meeting, hosted by the Migrants’ Rights Network

Workshops- Telling our own stories

A seven-week programme for migrants and refugees campaigning on issues that effect them and their communities. About this Event Join us every Saturday between 1 February and 14 March 2020 on a seven-week programme (with a half term break) for migrants and refugees who are campaigning or want to campaign on issues that impact them.

Migrant, refugee & BAME Communities- Promote the Migrant Vote

With the General Election looming, we want to ensure all eligible migrant/ refugees and those from BME background are registered to vote. So, join the Migrants’ Rights Network, Arhag Housing Association, Olmec, Ramfel and Doctors of the World UK for the: Voter Registration Drive & Open Day on 19 November 2019, 10-4pm. What you can expect

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