Category Archive for "Blog"

Solidarity in a pandemic- we hear from our volunteer, Amna

May 31 2021

During the last 12 months Migrants Organise has worked with an amazing 105 volunteers to connect with our members through welcome, solidarity,…

Migrants Organise at the Princeton University Migration Lab Symposium on THE MEDIA, THE STATE AND PUBLIC POLICY IN THE UK

May 04 2021

On April 28, 2021, Zrinka Bralo, Migrants Organise CEO, took part in the Symposium on Language and Migration: Experience and Memory, organised by…

New Plan for Immigration – Same Old Hostile Environment 

Apr 21 2021

  At the end of March, the Home Office launched its consultation about the New Plan for Immigration. It has commissioned a…

Why we’re calling for #VaccinesForAll – regardless of immigration status, ID or proof of address

Mar 10 2021

A few weeks ago, the Government announced that undocumented migrants would not be subject to immigration controls whilst receiving the coronavirus vaccine.…

Freedom and Dignity: Our Women’s Group Speak Out

Mar 08 2021

  Nanou Thassinda, our Volunteer Women’s Rights Group Facilitator, speaks out this International Women’s Day  2021 about growing inner and collective power…

EU Citizens with Mental Health Disabilities: Are They Still Welcome?

Mar 05 2021

Vulnerable EU/EEA citizens risk being removed and indefinitely detained from 30th June. Migrants Organise is taking the Home Office to court to…

Undocumented in Lockdown: We Demand Our Rights & Dignity.

Feb 02 2021

This blog was written by Ruth, a member of Migrants Organise, following an organising training session with a number of other Migrants…

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…

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.