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Integration is an internal border

The words ‘integration’ and ‘cohesion’ are often used in pro-migration arguments. They are long-standing buzzwords that place the onus of being accepted into the community on migrants, including refugees. However, the positives of these ideas have been questioned by racial justice campaigners for decades and, at MRN, we have been raising awareness of how they […]

Words Matter: Defy the narrative

It is time to end the harmful and divisive rhetoric around refugees and migrants. Read our open letter asking for the Home Secretary to withdraw her comments and apologise. We are also calling on the charity sector, activists and community groups to join us in calling for an end to the alienating and divisive narrative

Take part in the EVEN Survey to help us make a change!

Migrants’ Rights Network are taking part in the EVEN Survey and would like to hear from you if you are from a religious or ethnically diverse background and would like to tell us about your experience of Covid. Reports of the uneven effects of the pandemic on ethnic minorities suggest that certain groups have experienced

The Guardian: Skilled Commonwealth migrants still facing ‘unlawful’ deportation

More than 70 people refused right to remain despite 2019 ruling that Home Office misused Immigration Act, report finds. Dozens of highly skilled migrants from Commonwealth countries are still facing deportation almost two years after the court of appeal ruled the Home Office was acting unlawfully in refusing them leave to remain, according to a

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