Posts Tagged "education"

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…

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…

Getting Recognised, Getting Justice: Migrants Organise supports Birmingham refugee group to demand answers from local council

Apr 09 2018

On Tuesday 13th March 2018, around a dozen migrants and refugees – members of the Birmingham Asylum and Refugee Association (BARA) – gathered…

Coming to a cinema near you – Tina Gharavi’s BAFTA nominated film, I Am Nasrine

Jun 10 2013

Tina was one of our 2013 Migrant and Refugee Women of the Year. She is also a BAFTA nominated filmmaker for her…

Revising ESOL: Teachers’ Perspectives

Oct 04 2012

Teachers are the other side of ESOL provision. Not only do they deal directly with the core issues of ESOL provision, but…

Life Before and After ESOL

Oct 02 2012

The life of adult migrants who cannot speak English is strewn with difficulties. As adults, and often parents, they have responsibilities and…

How to Learn English in England

Sep 30 2012

ESOL means English for Speakers of Other Languages and it is generally used to refer to English language courses for non-English speakers…

‘Best and Brightest’ Migrants Forced Out of the UK

Jul 24 2012

This article was originally published on Left Foot Forward. You can access the original post here. With no hint of irony, immigration…

Meet The Forum: Kristina

Oct 18 2011

Policy and Voice Officer [h3]A Bosnian by birth, I fled the war in my country in 1992 and have been on the…

Do Migrant Parents Want Their Children To Integrate?

Aug 10 2011

[h2]OF COURSE.[/h2] The main goal of most migrant parents is to create a better life for their children and most see this…