Posts Tagged "English Language"

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…

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…

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…

It is your turn to Empower a Refugee!

Jun 26 2014

It is 7pm on Tuesday evening and the main hall of St. Ethelburga’s is already crowded. People are queuing at the reception…

Three Better Ideas for ESOL

Oct 18 2012

This article was originally published on The Huffington Post. You can access the original post here. The London Mayor’s office recently published, ‘English…

Revising ESOL: Conclusions and Recommendations

Oct 05 2012

As I have shown, many people are successful at learning English and after their ESOL course they find a job or decide…

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…

Revising ESOL: Students’ Perspectives

Oct 03 2012

The best way to discover the pros and cons of ESOL classes is to talk directly to the students. I have interviewed…

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…