On reaching the UK, people face a hostile environment. Without help, many will be forcibly sent back to the wars, persecution and misery they have fled.
In December 2015, we raised almost £8,000 in public donations to produce the Right to Remain Toolkit: a unique resource empowering people to take action, get help and support, and fight for their right to remain; a vital guide that will help save lives.
Many thanks to all who donated. The Toolkit is available online here and you can also order a print version as a 188-page book. We provide the Toolkit free of charge to anyone who needs it. However, if you or your organisation can make a donation it will help us to keep producing and updating this resource and getting it to as many people as possible.
A regular standing order from your bank is the best way to support Right to Remain financially. It doesn't matter how much, and it's easy to set up. Just contact us, and we'll send you the details.
Already, quite a lot of people support us with monthly standing orders, and we are incredibly grateful for this committed giving. But we need more people to join them.
So please consider if you can join the group who underwrite our work with a monthly standing order: £10 a month would be great, more would be fantastic if you can afford it, but even £2 a month from lots of people would quickly make a real difference to our sustainability to continue our unique and vital work.
You can set up a standing order by contacting your bank, or through your online banking.email us for bank details
If you can't set up a bank standing order, you can make a one-off donation.
Use your debit or credit card, or PayPal, to make a donation to support our work. Click the Donate button to start.Donate online
You can donate by cheque made payable to "Right to Remain Ltd". Send it to our London office:
Right to Remain, c/o Praxis, Pott Street, London, E2 0EF.
We empower – through our training workshops with people seeking the right to remain in the UK and the grassroots groups and networks supporting them, we empower people to fight for their rights, and mobilise people in solidarity with their struggle.
We inform – our very popular Right to Remain Toolkit and other online resources help people navigate the complex and ever-changing asylum and immigration system, and take action to establish their right to stay. Through social media, our blog and our email updates, we share the human impact of unjust laws and policies and provide the tools for people to call for change.
We inspire – through our meetings, workshops and national gatherings we convey stories of positive practical action for migration justice, enabling those who have been effective to stand up and share their stories.
We support and encourage – bringing campaigners together to increase the effectiveness of their work, building our mutual solidarity.