Palestinians must be able to speak their truth

Media Diversified joins 83 migrant and BAME groups to voice concerns that the IHRA definition on anti-Semitism may restrict the right of Palestinians to describe their recent history Read More

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An unwelcome home: to be a migrant in today’s Britain is a daily struggle

by Kiri Kankhwende  It almost sounds like the start of a joke: three migrants walked into a bar. One of us had received some bad news on the way to the #OneDayWithoutUs rally on Monday and we needed to stop and talk. My friend, a non-EU migrant, had just found out that his work visa… Read More

“I’ve never felt less welcome in this country” | Maya Goodfellow

by Maya Goodfellow “I’ve never felt less welcome in this country” – these are the terrifying words I’ve heard far too many times from migrants and UK-born people of colour in the run up to the EU referendum. Open anti-migrant hostility has been embraced; let loose by a referendum designed to placate a fractured Tory party.… Read More

Letting migrants drown in the Mediterranean, is this what the Tories mean by ‘British values’?

by Maya Goodfellow “Britain has lived its long life as an exemplary country, the small island with a massive impact”. Less than twenty-four hours after David Cameron made this empire-esque declaration at the Conservative’s manifesto launch, the latest reality of Britain’s brutal impact on the world appeared in newspapers. 400 migrants were reported to have… Read More

Migrants will have the keys to 10 Downing Street – make sure your voice is heard on 7 May

by Awale Olad A recent report by the Migrants Rights Network (MRN) and the University of Manchester highlighted the strength in numbers migrants will have in the upcoming General Election. However, despite what some right-wing papers would have you believe, they are by no means a voting bloc. The report told us that 4 million… Read More