Posts Tagged "Community"

“We felt we should practice what we preach” – Supporting refugees via Community Sponsorship

Oct 10 2018

Over the past several months, Migrants Organise has been supporting a group of London-based volunteers known as the Welcome Committee, in preparing to…

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 –…

Hope In Unity: With support from Poet Ben Okri, North Kensington Youth Remember Grenfell

Jul 10 2018

On June 14th, one year since the fire that gutted Grenfell Tower, the people of North Kensington came onto the streets to…

We the People

Apr 23 2017

Here we go again #Elections2017 – the analysis, the campaigning, the tactics, the lobbying, fake news, real news, promises… about to overwhelm…

Join a powerful movement of migrant and refugee leaders

Aug 17 2016

The Migrants Organise Community Leadership Academy kicks off again in London this September. The academy is a nine month action-based programme, focused…

“We who believe in freedom cannot rest until it comes”

Aug 08 2016

We who believe in freedom cannot rest – Ella’s Song, Bernice Johnson Reagon Private employers such as Byron are rounding up their workers for…

Not Silenced, Just Preferably Unheard

Jun 23 2016

by Ffion Wyn Evans, Participation Manager ”There’s really no such thing as the ‘voiceless’ There are only the deliberately silenced, or the preferably…

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 –…

Getting the right to stay in the UK: the beginning of a new struggle

Sep 30 2014

As part of our blog series looking at the isolation that our members face, ‘This is how it feels to be lonely‘ ,…

Do you know how it feels to be lonely?

Sep 26 2014

Do you really know how it feels to be lonely? For my research, This is how it feels to be lonely, I interviewed…