Join us for Solidarity Knows No Borders Webinar #3

23 March 2021 — Migrants Organise

Migrants organise

Dear friends,

We are excited to announce the third event in our #SolidarityKnowsNoBorders webinar series THIS Thursday 25th of March at 6pm –  Cases into Causes, Causes into a Movement: How Can Individual Campaigns Lead to Collective Justice?  Make sure you register on Zoom to join now!

We are delighted to be joined by Simba Mujakachi, from the Justice for Simba Campaign, Dorothea Jones, from The Monitoring Group, and Zo from Collective Action, who will join us to discuss how individual campaigns lead to collective justice and structural change.

Join us this Thursday by registering for the Zoom here.

Individual campaigns have long been a rallying cry for wider movements for structural change, by highlighting the brutality of British state racism, including in the immigration system. They are campaigns that demonstrate that individuals have the power to change the broader conditions around them and to mobilise communities to build coalitions and alliances. As Sivanandan said, individual campaigns can turn “cases into issues, issues into causes, and causes into a movement.”

In this third #SolidarityKnowsNoBorders webinar, we will ask:

  • How can individual justice campaigns simultaneously highlight the effects of racism, whilst also laying the groundwork for wider movement building?
  • How do we use legal tools and advocacy to win justice against a hostile immigration system, and beyond?
  • What is the role of lived experience to these campaigns? And how do we connect and unite our campaigns together to win structural change?

Make sure to register now, and please help us share the word on Facebook and Twitter!

Find out more about our speakers:

Simba Mujakachi lives in Sheffield with his partner Melissa. In 2019, he was given a bill of £100,000 for the emergency life-saving NHS treatment he needed, because of his immigration status. He is campaigning against the Hostile Environment in the NHS, including all migrant charging, with the Justice for Simba campaign.

Dorothea Jones has been at The Monitoring Group for many years. She  joined as a race advocate and is now a newly appointed co-director. She initially sought assistance as a client from The Monitoring Group when her youngest son was 11 and racially abused in a London primary school.  Dorothea has an MA in Woman and Child Abuse from CWASU – (Child and Woman Abuse Studies Unit) with specialism in examining the intersections between race, class and gender. Dorothea co-ordinates The Monitoring Group’s social media team and is involved in various campaigns including Justice for Christopher Kapessa, Southall Resists 40 and Hands off Tudor Rose Campaigns.

Zo Daniels is an equal rights campaigner and educator, she supports organising groups like Collective Action LDN, and is the Vice Chair for All in One Education. She is a firm believer that education and collective action is what will set us free and advocates for abolition of prisons, police and borders.


We are deeply saddened by the case of Sarah Everard, a young woman whose life was cut short far too soon in the most violent of circumstances.

We share in the country’s collective anger and demand justice for all women experiencing violence – on our streets, in our homes and at the hands of the State. We stand steadfast in our struggle for justice, and do so in remembrance of all the women who have been killed by police officers and border guards, in prison, in immigration detention, or in state custody.

Read our full statement here.

Stay in Touch

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In solidarity,

The Migrants Organise Team

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