Partner organisations

This project is working in partnership with the three organisations below:

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MIGRANT VOICE

Migrant Voice is a migrant-led organisation established to develop the skills, capacity and confidence of members of migrant communities, including asylum seekers and refugees. Over the past ten years, Migrant Voice has developed extensive experience in supporting migrants to speak for themselves, both in the media and directly to politicians in order to generate changes in policy. We have well-established relationships with journalists, MPs, and experts and partnerships with organisations working on migration issues, extensive experience delivering partnership projects including EU-funded projects, and leading partnerships (e.g. Migration and Refugee Alliance). Visit their website at: www.migrantvoice.org 

KANLUNGAN
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Kanlungan Filipino Consortium is an umbrella of 11 grassroots Filipino organisations which aims to build community capacity to address the social, economic concerns and migration issues of the Filipino migrant community in the UK. Recently, community activities have widened to include and embrace people from other Southeast and East Asian (SEA) communities who have been adversely affected by Covid-19 and are experiencing similar marginalisation. Kanlungan, together with the SEA Centre are initiating activities that will help end the ‘virus of racism’ against people from SEA backgrounds which affects their ability to continue their jobs, social enterprises and small businesses. Visit their website at: www.kanlungan.org.uk

RAPAR
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RAPAR creates practical pathways with those who approach or are referred to the organisation: displaced, destitute and marginalised people, having often been refused the right to remain, denied legal work, and permanently threatened by detention/deportation. Through collectively learning about how to act upon identified gaps, violations and errors in their treatment, people self-mobilise to access legal and other forms of action that secure individual/familial safety and social cohesion. Visit their website at: www.rapar.co.uk