An LGBTQ+ History Month x Who Is Welcome? blog by a queer asylum seeker in our network.
An LGBTQ+ History Month blog by Javier Mármol Queraltó, MRN Ambassador and a bisexual migrant and linguist from Spain
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
“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
Decolonisation means we must interrogate not only the role of colonialism in borders, but also the relationship of colonisation and capitalism. Border regimes are where race, nationality and capitalism meet: they cement Global North/South apartheid and broker deals based on moving and restricting racialised bodies between territories. Border and immigration structures are a mechanism to
LGBTQ+ History Month is about increasing the visibility of queer people and their history. It’s also an opportunity to explore and raise awareness of the issues impacting the LGBTQ+ community. At a time where marginalised people, including migrants and queer people, are under increasing attack, talking about the experiences of queer racialised and migrant people
Our Policy and Campaigns Assistant reflects on the way colonialism has shaped their family’s migration experiences for Migration Week 2024.
More than 260 charities and organisations working in human rights have issued a joint letter calling on Peers to reject the Government’s Rwanda Bill.