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Manchester, 20 Feb: One day, these walls must fall

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On Monday 20 February as part of the One Day Without Us national day of migrant solidarity, over 100 people gathered in Manchester’s Piccadilly Gardens for two events. The gatherings were organised by Right to Remain with local migrant groups including United For Change and Manchester Migrant Solidarity, under the campaign banner of These Walls […]

One Day Without Us: interview with Matt Carr

Monday 20 February is a national day of action – 1 Day Without Us – in solidarity with migrants, with events taking place up and down the country. In Manchester, Right to Remain is working with local migrant groups including United For Change and Manchester Migrant Solidarity to hold two events in Piccadilly Gardens (12.30pm […]

Thank you for the music (sorry. had to be done)

Sometimes you can feel overwhelmed by the hatred, fear and division that is being stoked up.  And sometimes you can feel overwhelmed by love, support, and solidarity. I guess we’re in a time of extremes, so such starkly different feelings are not surprising.  Over the last couple of weeks when we have been despairing at […]

On 20th Feb: Defend Migrants, Stop Trump!

On Monday 20th February, as MPs debate the proposed official state visit of US President Donald Trump, people across the UK will gather to protest Trump’s racist agenda and the UK government’s support, and to celebrate migrant solidarity in Britain and Europe. The anti-trump coalition has joined forces with the One Day Without Us migrant […]

The New Sanctuary Movement says we must go big, bold and migrant-led

By Marienna Pope-Weidemann, communications coordinator, Right to Remain @MariennaPW This is the second instalment of the Still We Dream series, where we’ll hear from grassroots migrant rights and racial justice organisers across the United States talk about how they’re building their movements in Trump’s America and tackling racial privilege not just beyond the movement – but […]

Lagos – London People Take Action to #StopCharterFlights

Two weeks of coordinated international action against mass charter flight removals was marred by violence in Lagos, Nigeria when military police attacked and subsequently detained two people protesting outside the British High commission on 11th January. Meanwhile, protests have continued across London and the UK, working hard to raise those forcibly removed, and the devastating […]

Still We Dream: learning from the US migrant rights movement

Throughout the Still We Dream series, we’ll hear from grassroots migrant rights and racial justice organisers across the United States talk about how they’re building their movements in Trump’s America and tackling racial privilege not just beyond the movement – but to transform it within.  The election of Donald Trump as the next US president has […]