Posts Tagged "change"

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…

NOMINATIONS OPEN FOR THE WOMEN ON THE MOVE AWARDS 2019

Sep 14 2018

Migrants Organise and UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, will host the eighth annual Women on the Move Awards at the WOW –…

Women on the Move Awards open nominations for 2015!

Oct 22 2014

photo by Jason Wen for Women on the Move Awards [h4]Nominations are once again open for the Women on the Move Awards –…

Time to put an end to indefinite detention.

Sep 01 2014

Image copyright DIBP images Over 30,000 people were locked up in the UK last year – but not because they had committed a…

Countdown to 2015…

Jul 28 2014

When Russell Brand famously decried voting a waste of time last year I was angry. At the same time I was grateful…

The Forum’s Annual Review 2012

Feb 14 2013

This year the Forum is 20 years old! We are marking our birthday in a number of different ways but we are…

Engage to Change – London Mayoral Election 2012

Apr 19 2012

London Mayoral Elections – Have your say on the 3rd of May!

Apr 02 2012

On 27th March, the Forum held an Engage to Change discussion on the London Mayoral elections to be held on 3rd of…

A Canadian Integration Story – Part 1

Mar 22 2012

[h4]Imagine this…[/h4] You fled a great calamity to arrive into a new country. You are shocked in every way possible. A friendly…

Have your say! Should migrants care who the next mayor of London is?

Mar 21 2012

  [ul style=”arrow”] Do you want better and more affordable housing? Do you want to work and earn a living wage? Do…