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Where are you actually from?

The question “where are you actually from” can spark heated debates. We understand that this question may come from a place of genuine curiosity, but we must be attentive to the social dynamics that come into play in any given situation. Intention is instrumental in weighing up why this question is so problematic. Following the […]

Migrants’ data rights

We want to ensure that migrant workers and their representatives are fully aware of the rules and their rights when right to work checks are undertaken.

“British Values”

“British values” are the set of values said to underpin UK society. They consist of: “democracy”, “the rule of law”, “respect + tolerance”, and “individual liberty”. But why are these values assumed to be “British” in nature? British Values: A Colonial History These four values seem to epitomise decency and compassion. It seems bizarre that

CHALLENGE THE CHECKS

Right to work checks are broken. It’s time to #ChallengeTheChecks

Words Matter x NSW

For National Storytelling Week 2023, we hear from our community about the words that matter to them.

Migration, race & racism

A detailed analysis of “illegal immigration” and the “refugee crisis”, as well as other migration-related topics.

Campaign History

Below you can find out more about the campaign history for Words Matter, including our MoNDi x MRN Street Art Event in December 2022 for International Migrants Day. Words Matter for International Migrants Day For International Migrants Day, we’re getting creative with how we defy the narrative. We’re really excited to announce that we’re teaming

Economic Effects of Migration

Austerity measures are the real cause of poverty and unemployment in this country, not migrants.

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