We Are Hiring!

Can you help people with lived experience shape the policies that affect them? Come and work with us to fight for migrants’ rights! We are currently looking for: Policy Manager We are seeking a Policy Manager to take the lead in our policy engagement, who shares our passion for creating a just society for all […]

Know Your Rights: Exploitation Workshop

Join Migrants’ Rights Network on 27 October from 11am-noon for an online workshop on exploitation taught by FLEX! About this event FLEX (Focus on Labour Exploitation) will be teaching a workshop on exploitation, with lots of helpful information around employment as well. This workshop is primarily for migrants in the UK, as well as caseworkers/organisations

Know Your Rights: Hate Crime Workshop

Join Migrants’ Rights Network for a workshop taught by Victim Support on Hate Crime on 13 October, 11-12:30pm! About this event During Hate Crime Awareness Week, Migrants’ Rights Network and Victim Support will be hosting a workshop on hate crime and about what your rights are as a migrant. The workshop will take place online.

Afghanistan Crisis Response

We have been deeply saddened in the past couple weeks by the crisis in Afghanistan. The scenes at Kabul Airport are a reminder that many Afghans fleeing the Taliban don’t get a choice over the way they escape. We welcome the fact the government is thinking about resettlement, but their commitment is over five years

July Newsletter – It didn’t come home…

Last month has taken us on a serious rollercoaster of emotions that we are all still reeling from to be honest. In preparation for Windrush Day on June 22nd, we celebrated this year by protesting outside Downing Street and asking for the Windrush Compensation Scheme to be removed from the hands of the Home Office,

Campaign News: Together With Refugees #WhoWeAre

Refugees have always been part of the UK – it’s #WhoWeAre. On the 1st June, with more than 200 other organisations we’ve called for a better approach to supporting refugees that is kinder, fairer and more effective. Together With Refugees is a new coalition of national and local organisations, refugees living in Britain, and people

Newsnight: Who Are The UK’s Highly Skilled Migrants?

BBC 2’s Newsnight, in conjunction with MRN, has aired the situation faced by 1,700 of the UK’s Highly Skilled migrants refused leave to stay in the UK because of historic non-criminal tax discrepancies. It is of particular note that, from MRN’s investigations, all those refused leave are non-white Commonwealth migrants from six South Asian and

MRN’s London Network talks Intersectionality and Migrants’ Rights

Mumbi Nkonde It’s thirty years since Kimberle Crenshaw theorised the concept of Intersectionality. On this anniversary, she has been holding discussions to reflect on the theory in practise and ask  “what is intersectionality, exactly, and how do we square some of the myths with the many ways that people use intersectionality to experience life, understand

Refugee, Asylum and Migration Support Lead/ Support Worker / Project Officer – Networx

Stoke on Trent £21,000 pro rata Permanent, 37.5 hours per week Deadline: 30 July 2019 The candidate will work as part of a diverse team alongside other partners to deliver a Resettlement Support Service to Refugees living independently or looking to find and sustain settled housing in the Stoke-on-Trent area. The candidate will undertake the

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