If you do one thing today, please watch our film of resilience, hope and people power.
Our film shares the story of how 30 years ago, Migrants Organise began and grew to become a bold movement for migrant justice.
In 1993, communities from across the world – Somalia, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Bosnia, to name a few- were arriving in West London. Like today, these communities were facing huge challenges and so migrant communities came together to build the infrastructure needed to welcome and care for each other. This is the story of how we build a better world.
For 30 years Migrants Organise has opened its arms to thousands of people. We’ve developed resources and programmes to build grassroots solidarity; supported thousands of individuals to build connection and claim their rights; trained thousands of volunteers and developed holistic activities and buddying programmes to welcome people who have moved into our neighbourhoods.
We’ve developed campaigns that challenge the core of this government’s hostile environment, and have challenged the racist media narratives that seek to dehumanise us.
We’ve faced many painful and difficult moments, but remain steadfast in our commitment to building a better world. Everyday, through our programmes and campaigns we take collective action to imagine and build a world of dignity, justice and joy for all.
Please take a few minutes out of your day to watch our film, and share its powerful message with your networks.
As we look towards 2024, we know that no matter what this government does- we won’t give up, and neither should you. Stopping is not an option.
Migrants Organise is made up of people like you – people who are willing to give up a few hours a week to volunteer- from buddying, organising and supporting us. If you are able to donate to Migrants Organise please consider doing so, every donation big or small is appreciated ❤️