The Fair Immigration Reform Movement Charter
The Fair Immigration Reform Movement (FIRM) Charter is a list of demands that lay the groundwork for the migrant justice movement that is urgently needed. It sets out the shared objectives of this movement and the organisational principles required to bring about long-term, structural change.
The FIRM Charter came about as a result of extensive discussions and deliberations amongst migrant and refugee communities, with input from campaigners, politicians, case workers, volunteers, and many others who support people affected by harsh immigration policies.
The Charter provides a perspective based on the structures of racism and colonialism experienced by migrants and refugees coming to Britain. It seeks to advance an informed and contextualised understanding of how and why hostile policies were created, and, how they can be overturned.
Ways to get involved
Sign the charter
Sign the Charter as an individual or an organisation using the link below.
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