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Dear colleagues and friends, We are writing to ask your help in ensuring that the pre-election issue of the Migrant Voice newspaper becomes a reality. Migrant Voice is a newspaper written by those whom are so…Read more

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Migrants Invisible in UK Media

 Migrant Voice - Migrants Invisible in UK Media
A new report published June 13th, 2014 by Migrant Voice…Read more

'Global Forum on Migration and Development' MV's diary

 Migrant Voice - 'Global Forum on Migration and Development' MV's diary
From 12-14 May 2014, Migrant Voice attended the Global Forum…Read more

Training in filming in Glasgow

 Migrant Voice - Training in filming in Glasgow
What an exciting workshop we had this week as part…Read more

'Words matter': Promoting the use of accurate terminology

 Migrant Voice - 'Words matter': Promoting the use of accurate terminology
Migrant Voice is currently working with PICUM (Platform for International…Read more

New sessions for Many Faces One city Project

 Migrant Voice - New sessions for Many Faces One city Project
The Birmingham project has so far held four exciting training…Read more

Successful Media Lab session on February 23rd

 Migrant Voice - Successful Media Lab session on February 23rd
Our Media lab session on February 23rd saw members engage…Read more

Latest Migration News

in reaction to complaints from detainees

Yarl's Wood to increase number of female employees

 Migrant Voice - Yarl's Wood to increase number of female employees
Yarl’s Wood will increase female employees at the detention centre by 18% from its current 42%. As reported on the 24th of February, this is in reaction to the allegations and arrests made against various male employee misconduct towards the women held at the centre. Independent investigations persist as women continue voicing their complaints. However,… Read More

Migration matters

Allison McLellan
A woman stands behind a register amongst shelves of soaps, creams, and other various goods. She wears a black shirt, a fashionable black… Read More
Daniel Nelson
With the opening of Dara, the National Theatre has two productions set in Asia – and another has just finished. Set in 17th… Read More
MV
  Talks and discussions Monday 2 February * Hezbollah, Islamist Politics and International Society, Filippo Dionigi, 6.30pm, London School of Economics, Houghton Street,… Read More

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