We are speaking at the annual London conference of Migrant Voice, an organisation that promotes voice of migrant communities in the UK, on the 25th November (Friday), from 9.30am to 4pm.
We encourage you all to come to the event and join us in discussions. All details are available here. Entry is free.
Their annual London conference is an opportunity for practitioners, journalists, activists and migrants themselves to discuss developments incurred by the Brexit referendum, in particular spike of hate crime incidents and increase of hostility towards migrant populations in the UK. We are going to jointly explore solutions to communal tensions and discuss campaigns that we all can join to bring friendly and kind relationships back to our communities.
We are speaking at the conference as panellists. We are going to talk about our community and all Europeans living in the UK and facing social, legal and cultural challenges brought by the Brexit process. With us at the panel there are going to speak Nicholas Hatton from the 3million campaign, Saira Grant from the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants, John Page from Hope not Hate and Peter Kavanagh from Unite the Union, which kindly supported the conference. Panel will be chaired by Ronke Phillips from ITV.
The panel is followed by workshops aiming at finding solutions to issues affecting our communities and at encouraging activism of migrants in the face of changes.
Entry is FREE. If you are interested, please contact Anne from MV – all details available here.