An LGBTQ+ History Month x Who Is Welcome? blog by a queer asylum seeker in our network.
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.
On Holocaust Memorial Day, Michael Raff, Trustee at MRN, reflects on his Jewish heritage and the meaning of ‘never again’ at a time of ongoing genocide in Palestine. I write this post in advance of Holocaust Memorial Day. I come from a Jewish family, and although I do not myself identify as Jewish, I deeply
The single male migrant has become one of the most maligned groups of people in Western popular thought. In fact, even in ‘pro-migrant’ arguments, empathy tends to extend to women and children but stops when it comes to men, especially when they are Black and Brown men. Racialised men have been associated with violence. In
Yes, you read that right. We often talk about policy change, and the importance of this in making a difference. However, when we are influencing policy, we often do this by tweaking existing policies to make them a little less harmful to some people. This is reform. When we reform or tweak a policy or