Posts Tagged "government"

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…

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…

Make your voice heard in the Immigration Bill

Nov 27 2015

The 2015 immigration bill is now ready for its third reading in Parliament. Anyone looking forward to the introduction of greater safeguards…

Immigration Statistics – Should Size Matter?

Feb 26 2015

The latest migration statistics will be published on the 26th February.  I can already tell you that net migration is up, because…

The Forum Launches New Leadership Academy

Oct 07 2014

The announcement from Justice Secretary Chris Grayling on Friday vowing to scrap the Human Rights Act should the Conservatives be re-elected comes…

Loneliness: The Story of Migrants and Refugees in London

Sep 22 2014

“This is how it feels to be lonely” is not only the title of the marvellous song performed by Inspiral Carpets; it is also…

How to solve a problem like Calais?

Sep 09 2014

  “The migrants should be deported from French territory and placed in closed detention centres until they can be sent home.”  These…

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…

Women on the Move at the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict

Jun 20 2014

Last week we were at the Global Summit representing the voices of women who managed to seek protection and yet whose stories…

Have Your Say On 22nd of May!

May 19 2014

When you talk to migrants living in this wonderful city about the right to vote you are asked a lot of questions:…