Posts Tagged "Solidarity Knows No Borders"

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…

Statement on Afghanistan

Aug 16 2021

As the world turns its attention to the unfolding situation in Afghanistan a bold show of leadership and humanity is needed to…

Hostile Borders Kill Women. We will not be silenced.

Mar 16 2021

We are deeply saddened by the case of Sarah Everard, a young woman whose life was cut short far too soon in…

The Struggle for Migrant and Racial Justice in Britain: Lessons from History

Mar 05 2021

On Thursday, February 18th, Migrants Organise hosted the second in our #SolidarityKnowsNoBorders webinar series The Struggle for Migrant Justice in Britain: Lessons…

The Power of Migrant Vote – Lesson from the US Elections

Feb 01 2021

‘We need to be targeting places of power at every level’  On the evening of Thursday, January 28th, Migrants Organise launched its…


Nov 12 2020

The Home Office has confirmed that it has no plans to stop the mandatory in-person reporting of migrants. We have expressed our…

Why I Protest: Life As an Asylum Seeker and An Undocumented Migrant.

Oct 21 2020

This blog was written by Ruth, one of Migrants Organise’s members, who was unable to join the weekend of action against the…

A Weekend of Actions Against the Hostile Environment: Our Solidarity Knows No Borders

Oct 15 2020

Amidst renewed attacks by the Government on migrants and the immigration system, migrant groups and community organisations in over 20 locations across…

Dreaming of alternative lives – Why I’m motivated to act

Oct 10 2020

This guest blog is by Nasrin Warsame, a volunteer buddy at Migrants Organise. It is part of our series of blogs focussing on ‘Solidarity Knows No Borders’: the weekend of action against the Hostile Environment.

Groups across Merseyside unite to stand against the Hostile Environment

Oct 08 2020

This guest blog is by Kaya Purchase, a member of Liverpool Solidarity Knows No Borders.