Publications

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Creativity in the time of Covid – 2020

A zine written by the Migrants Organise Writer’s Collective during the first Covid-19 lockdown. The zine gathers together poems, recipes and beauty advice!

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Patients Not Passports- Migrants Access to Healthcare during the coronavirus crisis – 2020
Innovative research authored by the Patients Not Passports (PNP) coalition into the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on migrant access to healthcare. The report draws on testimonies from migrant case workers across Britain and sets out recommendations for alleviating the harm being caused to migrants.

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Evaluation of Home Office Reporting Condition – 2020
A report drawing from Migrants Organise’s casework documenting and evaluating the conditions of asylum seeker reporting to the Home Office.

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Immigration and the Lottery of Belonging – 2020
A wide-ranging report on immigration published by the Runnymede Trust, including an article from Akram Salhab (Migrants Organise) and Neha Shah on building a migrant justice movement.

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Patients Not Passports_ Learning from the international struggle for universal healthcare – 2020
Action-orientated research from the Patients not Passports (PNP) coalition into the various struggles and campaigns across Europe aiming to remove barriers to migrant access to healthcare. The report contains recommendations for both policymakers as well as campaigners about successful strategies and tactics.

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Migrants Organise Community Programme Impact Report – 2019
A Migrants Organise report on the impact of the community programme’s work from January to December 2019, including an explanation of the holistic approach adopted and testimonies from members.

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Operation Integration The Making of New Citizens – 2012
A report from Migrants Organise (then the Migrant and Refugee Communities Forum) setting out the organisation’s experience and model of integrating its members, including case studies.

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Migrant Communities and the Big Society Report MRCF – 2011
A report from Migrants Organise (then the Migrant and Refugee Communities Forum) detailing the impact of austerity and the ‘Big Society’ on migration and migrant communities.

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Engage to Change Citizenship Report – 2010
A report from Migrants Organise (then the Migrant and Refugee Communities Forum) regarding the relationship between compulsory volunteering and citizenship applications. It records research from a London-wide community consultation and online survey.

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Strangers or Citizens – 2009
A report from Migrants Organise (then the Migrant and Refugee Communities Forum) into migrant political participation, based on interviews and a consultation with London-based migrant organizations.

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Moroccan Memories in Britain – 2008

An education resource pack created by Migrants Organise (then the Migrant and Refugee Communities Forum) about Moroccan migration to and life in Britain.

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Face to Face – 2007
A short Migrants Organise (then the Migrant and Refugee Communities Forum) report into its migrant and refugee mentoring project.

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Losing Out Twice – 2006
A report, produced by Migrants Organise (then the Migrant and Refugee Communities Forum) on the reception of migrant healthcare workers in Britain. The research drew from the organisation’s support project for overseas-qualified doctors and dentists.

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This is how it feels to be lonely
Research from the Migrants and Refugee Communities Forum (MRCF) into loneliness and isolation creation by Britain’s immigration system.

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Asylum Pulse – 2003
A Migrants and Refugee Communities Forum (MRCF) report, based on extensive community consultation, into the health needs of migrants in the Royal Boroguh of Kensington and Chelsea.

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Light On guide spot Racism Online
Practical guidance for how to deal with hate speech and racism online, funded by the European Union and written by the Migrants and Refugee Communities Forum (MRCF).