Why are we here? Workshop 2

Summary We invite communities with personal histories and experiences of colonialism to our second ‘Why are we here?’ workshop, to discuss colonialism’s influence on our migration patterns and journeys. Key details Time and date: 20 June 2024, 6.30-8.30pm Location: Pelican House, Bethnal Green, E1 5QJ More info When we look at the politicians overseeing Britain’s […]

MAP: Sixth Workshop

The sixth and final MAP workshop was held on February 17, 2024, and included the Social Networking Lunch and the “Finding Your Opportunity” session. Led by Letícia Ishibashi and Fizza Qureshi, the event provided participants with practical guidance and a space to reflect on their learning journey. The atmosphere was vibrant, with fellows engaging in

The policing of transness and migration

A joint blog by MRN and Gendered Intelligence for LGBTQ+ History Month. Content warning: this article contains content pertaining to the asylum process and the process of receiving gender-affirming care. An invasive and dehumanising culture of disbelief, and a reliance on stereotypes by decision makers, contributes to the increased marginalisation of people seeking asylum, trans

Is it really freedom?

An LGBTQ+ History Month x Who Is Welcome? blog by a queer asylum seeker in our network.

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