5 March 2021 — Migrants Organise
EU citizens with complex mental health needs risk being removed and indefinitely detained from 30th June. Migrants Organise is taking the Home Office to court to prevent this injustice.
In this blog, our Legal Organiser, Brian Dikoff, argues that unless action is taken now, tens of thousands more vulnerable people are at risk of being left without any immigration status and plunged into the Hostile Environment.
Spread the word, donate to our Crowdjustice appeal or contact us for more information on how to get involved. Help us hold the Home Office to account, ensuring that the UK does not discriminate against EEA citizens on the basis of mental health disability or capacity.
#SolidarityKnowsNoBorders Webinar Series
On Thursday, February 18th, Migrants Organise hosted the second in our #SolidarityKnowsNoBorders webinar series The Struggle for Migrant Justice in Britain: Lessons from History. The event aimed to focus discussion on the immense tradition of migrant and racial justice organising in British history, and consider how past struggles could inform existing organising and campaigning. If you missed it, you can catch up by reading our latest blog.
To support the work of Migrants Organise, and to engage in the movement we are attempting to build, please read and sign up to the FIRM Charter.
You can also now register for our next webinar, Cases into Causes, Causes into a Movement, How Can Individual Campaigns Lead to Collective Justice and Structural Change?, here.
Join the call for a Fair Immigration Reform Movement: a collective, unapologetically ambitious call for systemic change that is long overdue. The mission of the FIRM Charter is to unite efforts addressing aspects of the Hostile Environment into a common struggle, reaching out to communities, organisers and supporters in a shared demand for:
- Legal, historical and international justice
- Welcome for all people in our society
- Principled collective action
The Migrants Organise Team