The Outsider Project supports migrants affected by the negative discourse around immigration and promotes a positive narrative demonstrating the benefits of living in an open society where migration is commonplace.
During 2017 The Outsider Project is being delivered in four locations within the UK – Wolverhampton, Oldham, Boston and Barking and Dagenham. Led by volunteer Migrant Leaders, the project supports and empowers local migrant communities to organise, build bridges with non-migrant populations and share the positives of migration for the wider population.
Through events and the publication of briefing papers, The Outsider Project will also lobby policymakers and stakeholders to demonstrate the consequences of restrictive immigration policies on their communities and beyond. Read our first report: Migrants’ Perspectives on Brexit & UK Immigration Policies
For more information please contact The Outsider Project Manager, Anna Roguski, at [email protected]