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 […]

MAP: Fifth Workshop

The fifth MAP workshop, titled “Democracy, Advocacy, and Engagement,” was held on 20th January 2024 at the Academy for Parliamentary & Policy Studies in London next to Whitehall, and aimed to empower recent migrants from Hong Kong with knowledge and skills to actively participate in the democratic process of the UK. Facilitated by Christopher Ng,

MAP: Fourth Workshop

On December 16, 2023, the Day 4 workshops at Square Hall in Waterloo, London, aimed to empower participants in community organising and democratic engagement. The first session, led by Katia Widlak, focused on community organising, where participants learned strategies to initiate and sustain a movement. The session included insights from community organisers actively engaged in

MAP: Third Workshop

On November 18, 2023, the Day 3 workshops at the Golden Lane Community Centre in the City of London were focused on empowering participants in effective communication and advocacy. The first session, led by Sophie Yates Lu, delved into the art of campaigning. Participants learned strategies to make their voices heard, exploring ways to speak

MAP: Second Workshop

On the second day of the workshops, which took place on October 21, 2023, our participants had the privilege of learning from two remarkable speakers, Marzia Babakarkhail and Lara Parizotto, who shared their experiences and wisdom, guiding our fellows towards impactful leadership and personal aspiration. Marzia Babakarkhail, a former Supreme Court Judge from Afghanistan and

MAP: First Workshop

The Migrants’ Aspiration Programme returned for 2023 to empower the new arrivals of BN(O) visa holders from Hong Kong. Thanks to the new Hong Kong Community Fund supported by the Greater London Authority and Groundwork, about 30 fellows in London joined the programme, and gave an overall rating of  8 out of 10 for the

Migrants’ Aspiration Programme for Hongkongers

The Migrants’ Aspiration Programme (MAP) is a Migrants’ Rights Network programme in collaboration with Hongkongers in Britain which aims to support participants’ development as community and political leaders. The programme builds on the success of MRN’s previous Migrants’ Aspiration Programme which ran from Jan 2022 until Feb 2023. The Greater London Authority (GLA) launched the

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