Category Archive for "Blog"

Challenging the Government’s ‘Hostile Environment’ Online Resource

Sep 25 2017

A minor is denied support at a children’s services department. A heavily pregnant woman avoids seeking healthcare. A rough sleeper asks for…

Mentoring Celebration at the Kew Gardens

Aug 02 2017

reporting and photos by Azadeh Hosseini On  Wednesday 12th July Kew Gardens welcomed Migrants Organise members and provided us with 28 free tickets. We…

In the Shadow of Grenfell Tower

Jul 24 2017

More than a month ago, a devastating event irrevocably changed our neighbourhood of North Kensington. Grenfell Tower, one of the most prominent…

The Grenfell Inquiry Terms of Reference Consultation – How To Have Your Say

Jul 24 2017

The Government has set up an independent public Inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire. The Inquiry is designed to uncover the truth,…

Great Get Together In Solidarity with Grenfell

Jun 15 2017

Thank you for all your messages of support and your generous donations. Along with our neighbourhood, we grieve for all lives lost.…

Make our get together great!

Jun 09 2017

On Saturday, 17th June Migrants Organise members and supporters will be at the Portobello Green organising our local get together as a part of…

Get out and vote say immigrants. For your future and ours.

Jun 07 2017

When I escaped Sarajevo under the siege at the end of 1993, there was no plan. I had no idea where I…

Migrants Encouraged to Vote as Election enters final few days

Jun 05 2017

In response to the General Election, migrant communities around the UK organised a series of events to ensure their voice and their…

Migrants Organise wins The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service

Jun 02 2017

The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service is the highest award given to volunteer groups across the UK and we at Migrants Organise…

London landlords urged to open their doors and hearts to Syrian refugees

May 31 2017

Landlords in the UK are being urged to do their bit to help victims of the humanitarian crisis in Syria by three…