I'm a migrant, can I vote?
Migrants who have naturalized and become citizens are given the right to vote, but it doesn't stop there!
Some migrants who do not have citizenship also have voting rights (For…Read more
The border between The United States and Mexico is a space of concerns and controversy. The debate of migration is use for political gain, while the crime organisations use the confusion to their advantage. This has…Read more
It was revealed this week that more than five times as many destitute asylum seekers live in the poorest third of the country as in the richest third, according to analysis by the Guardian. Just 10%…Read more
A Story in a Poem is an innovative project that has brought young migrants and non-migrants together to tell their stories in poetic form, and is presented here as an open-access multimedia education resource.
Migrant Voice…Read more
US President Donald Trump’s travel ban has affected tens of thousands of travellers, including the five-year old detained at an airport and the Glaswegian couple blocked from returning home via an American airport.
One of those…Read more
Migrant Voice member and Glasgow resident Roza Salih is standing for the Scottish National Party (SNP) at the upcoming council elections. If she succeeds, it is thought that Roza will be the first Kurd and the…Read more
Migration dominated the headlines in 2016, and in the second week of the New Year, it’s been no different.
The All Party Parliamentary Group on social integration last week a released a report arguing for urgent…Read more