Posts Tagged "migrants organise"

We blocked off entrance to the Home Office – here’s why

Aug 20 2021

“Whenever I have to report, I can’t sleep. I get so stressed all day, and the journey is so long. It takes…

We share our New Dreams with you

Jul 02 2021

We are excited to share with you New Dreams: a moving digital exhibition created online with our members in collaboration with our…

Community Organising during Covid-19 lockdown in Yorkshire

Jul 02 2020

Organisations and community organisers across Yorkshire and the Humber Region sprung into action at the outbreak of COVID-19. They quickly adapted their work to the new reality and since then have been doing a great job supporting communities. In addition to all the Zoom meetings and activities they deliver lots of other services. Here is a snapshot of what our partners and members are doing across the region.

Migrants can vote – and it matters!

Nov 06 2019

A General Election has been called for 12 December 2019, and we’re launching the Promote The Migrant Vote campaign to support migrants and BAME…

Why bother about Refugee Week: Events and actions

Jun 17 2019

Join Migrants Organise and our networks this #RefugeeWeek2019 to mobilise support and solidarity for refugees here in the UK and internationally. Looking…

Moromoke’s Story: ”I had no one to fight for me”

Jun 15 2019

Moromoke first joined Migrants Organise in 2016. After years trapped in a cruel immigration system, she was struggling to feed her family…

Grenfell Tower, two years on: Forever in our hearts

Jun 12 2019

  On the 14th June 2019, our local community in North Kensington  will remember our beloved ones who lost their lives in…

Celebrating Power, Dignity and Justice: Migrants Organise Holds Summer Party

Jul 27 2018

Navigating Britain’s dysfunctional and complex asylum system when you speak little English. Trying to overcome trauma and loss in a lonely new…

Great Get Together In Solidarity with Grenfell

Jun 15 2017

Thank you for all your messages of support and your generous donations. Along with our neighbourhood, we grieve for all lives lost.…