Europe’s Dublin Regulation gambles with the lives of vulnerable people fleeing the world’s most desperate circumstances. And it's coming into force again now. Read and share our report detailing first-hand the harrowing experiences refugees face in Europe.
The Dublin Regulation (the “Regulation”) is a European Union law defining the EU member state responsible for processing asylum seeker applications from those…Read more
Faith leaders’ call for Prime Minister Theresa May to enable refugees to bring in family members generated considerable media publicity.
Reports of the 12 September appeal appeared on several TV and radio programmes as well as in newspapers and websites.
Bashar Alkawaret, a pharmacist from the Syrian city of Daraa, was one of the few refugees present at the news…Read more
A group of Syrian migrants, refugees and asylum seekers living in the UK have outlined a series of practical measures they say would help newly arrived Syrians to settle in within their new communities.
At a discussion organised by Migrant Voice on 30 October 2015, the Syrians, who have lived in the UK for between six months and 10 years,…Read more
Migrant Voice Director Nazek Ramadan appeared on BBC Radio Cumbria as world leaders met in London in February to discuss how to address the humanitarian crisis in Syria.
“The UK can and should be doing more. It is not just the problem of other European countries or neighbouring countries to Syria. The UK cannot distance itself from its responsibilities,” Ms…Read more
On International Migrants Day (December 18th), Migrant Voice called for the celebration and recognition of the role and contribution of migrants to society.
Ordinary citizens have demonstrated solidarity with migrants and refugees this year and individuals in the UK have a proud history of offering their support.
However, as the refugee crisis in Europe escalates and conditions deteriorate we…Read more
Migrant Voice recently held special Masterclass sessions of our Media Lab in both London and Birmingham to prepare our members for media activities we have planned for International Migrants Day (18 December 2015). Delivered by journalist and editor Daniel Nelson, the Masterclasses engaged participants on how to prepare clear, concise ways to tell our messages or our experiences in order…Read more
Migrant Voice held its 5th annual conference ‘The State of Migration: Striving for Change, Reclaiming the Narrative’ on September 18-19th, 2015 at the University of Westminster, London.
The conference brought together over 170 activists, professionals, media and migration experts to address the most urgent issues around migration in the UK and Europe (including the current migrant crisis and European migration), the rhetoric…Read more
After a number of successful street distributions in London, Birmingham and Glasgow, we also want to invite you to get involved. Get a bundle of newspaper for your organisation or event, or get creative and help distribute in other ways in your local area – it could be to your library, your café, your neighbours.
We have a van which…Read more
New study by Migrant Voice
Migration and the media: The impact of the debate - perspectives and voices of migrants
Our research has found that over 90% of migrants feel at least partially integrated into British society.
Over one third of migrants feel fully integrated into British society, with a further 55% feeling partially integrated. Just 8% do not feel…Read more
A new report published June 13th, 2014 by Migrant Voice reveals huge under-representation of migrants in mainstream British media.
Migrant Voice analysed 577 online news stories relating to migration over an 11 week period from January to April 2014, from sources including the BBC, ITV, SKY news, The Daily Mail, The Times, The Sun, The Evening Standard, and The Guardian.…Read more