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The London Project

The London Project works to uphold and strengthen the rights of all migrants, regardless of status.

The overall aim of the London Project is to reduce discrimination experienced by migrants. We do this by enabling migrant-led advocacy, strengthening London-wide infrastructure for organising and collaborative campaigns and developing self-help tools for accessing rights and entitlements.

About this project

The work that we do is largely determined by the needs of our network partners. Our current approach is influenced by a recent survey that we did where a number of community organisations gave their perspective on what role we should be playing in the capital.

How we work

  • Coordinating a network of London community organisations
  • Working in partnership to campaign and advocate for the rights of migrants.
  • Linking up stakeholders
  • Brokering strategic meetings
  • Facilitating learning and sharing in the sector and beyond
  • Producing and working in partnership to support the production of Know Your Rights guides so that migrants and the people advocating for them understand and know how to assert their rights.
  • Reflecting the views of migrant organisations at the Greater London Authority (GLA).

 Current work

  • Strengthening and coordinating London network of Migrant and Refugee Community Organisations
  • No Recourse to Public Funds
  • Know Your Rights publications and workshops
  • Liaising with the GLA
  • Immigration Raids
  • Monthly London newsletter sharing news and events from across London- see past newsletters here

We also respond to changes in the socio-political and economic environment. If you have an idea for collaboration, please get in touch.

Get in touch & stay informed

To know more about any of these areas, get involved or sign up to the London newsletter: Sign up here

This work is generously supported by Trust for London.


Reports and files relating to The London Project

London Project Annual Review 2020/21

(PDF )