Category Archive for "Blog"

Organising Refugee Welcome

Mar 14 2017

by Akram Salhab Growing up Palestinian, the experience of refugees has always been central to my life. My own family were forced…

I made pathways where I found none

Feb 13 2017

I go by Penny  Wangari-jones but my full name is actually Peninah. I used to say it’s an English name but now…

My dream is not just for myself but for migrants

Feb 02 2017

My name is Ramona Constantin. My nationality is Romanian and I am Roma. I came to the UK in 2009 and since…

Resist hate, restore rights and dignity of refugees

Jan 31 2017

On January 30th, thousands gathered in Downing Street and across the UK in response to the ban on refugees and migrants in…

Paul Salgado: This is my response

Jan 16 2017

Today we feature Paul Salgado, Community Organiser for London, in his own words. Paul joined Migrants Organise in November last year. He…

Integration is old news. Just ask immigrants.

Jan 06 2017

I have been in the business of integration for 23 years, integrating myself and thousands of other refugees and migrants in my…

Get Up! Stand Up! Migrants Organise launches National Action Plan

Nov 30 2016

Last Saturday 26th November, 80 inspiring migrant and refugee movement builders from around the UK came together to share and launch their…

Age disputed refugee children

Oct 22 2016

There has been recent news coverage asking questions about the ages of refugee children. It is concerning that for some people the…

Women on the Move Awards nominations now open!

Sep 26 2016

It’s time to celebrate the achievements and contributions of migrant and refugee women! Nominations are now open for the Women on the…

Our response to Theresa May’s interventions at the UN summit on refugees and migrants


Sep 20 2016

Theresa May’s speech at the UN Summit on refugees and migrants in New York raises grave questions regarding the UK’s commitment to…