Category Archive for "Blog"

MAKE ME A NEW CULTURE – THE HOSTILE ENVIRONMENT AND THE CULTURAL SECTOR

May 28 2019

‘You work in culture. Make me a new culture.’   It’s something that Zrinka Bralo has said to me a few times.…

HELP MIGRANTS ORGANISE RAISE £8K FOR FRONT LINE SERVICES

May 22 2019

Migrants Organise members, supporters and staff will be walking 10k this June 17th at the London Legal Walk to raise money for…

Want to make a big difference? Rent your property to a refugee family!

May 14 2019

”It’s such an easy thing to do really!”  Migrants Organise works with refugees to rebuild their lives here in the UK. One…

From DRC to North Kensington: My journey to organising

May 08 2019

Organising is about doing things together – being allies, being true to each other – so you can challenge issues affecting your…

#PatientsNotPassports – join us on the 30th April to stop the spread of hostile environment

Apr 23 2019

Through successive immigration acts, the Government has introduced a border regime into the National Health Service. Migrants are now charged upfront to…

Windrush, Grenfell and Civil Rights: The Legacy of Community Organising in North Kensington

Apr 08 2019

“Never accept the bread line, fight for what you want.” Recently,  Migrants Organise gathered over one hundred community members and local leaders…

Women on the Move Awards Ceremony #IWD2019

Mar 12 2019

photos by Beth Crosland On Friday 8th March 2019, the International Women’s Day,  we celebrated exceptional migrant and refugee women, their champions…

Can you spare a few hours a week to volunteer with us?

Mar 05 2019

Can you provide weekly 121 support for refugees and migrants in London?  Every year we work with incredible, dedicated volunteers who power our…

Migrants Organise CEO hosts the largest Mayoral Citizenship Ceremony

Feb 28 2019

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, last night joined hundreds of Londoners at a citizenship ceremony at the Southbank Centre.  The ceremony…

Meet Mr Lazizi, our original Migrant Organiser

Feb 26 2019

‘’We should all recall that what unites us is humanity, and strive to support one another, irrespective of background.’’ Mr Lazizi, Migrants…