Think Global, Act Global: Event

We are delighted to have co-organised and be speaking at the Think Global Act Global Event, taking place at Birkbeck on Saturday 23 March 2024, from 10.30am-6pm. Free markets were once sold as the route to global prosperity but now that spell is broken. Yet, the contours of the new system in formation are uncertain […]

Is it really freedom?

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

Simultaneous identities

An LGBTQ History Month blog by a queer international student from China.

National Human Trafficking Awareness Day: How UK Visa Schemes Enable Trafficking

by Migrants’ Rights Network and Migrants At Work Widespread interventions and research on human trafficking and modern slavery address emerging trends- largely focusing on the symptom rather than the cause. Furthermore, the expertise and lived experience of migrant workers on visa sponsorship schemes are generally omitted from policy research and recommendations. As we mark National

Open letters: Migrants’ rights organisations call for Government and Labour to abandon support for cruel asylum accommodation

The Migrants’ Rights Network has coordinated two open letters to the Home Secretary and Immigration Minister, and Shadow Home Secretary and Shadow Immigration Minister regarding asylum accommodation. Migrants’ rights and social justice organisations across the UK have called for the Government to abandon its plans to accommodate migrants including refugees in unsuitable and dangerous asylum

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