Come to our next Radical Solidarity Hub meeting!

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Join us for our next Radical Solidarity Hub meeting on 14th May, between 11am – 12pm, on Zoom.

Since April 2022, Right to Remain has reconnected with hundreds of groups, small and large, across the UK using our Toolkit and doing much needed solidarity work with people who are caught up in the hostile asylum and immigration system. 

We want to keep in touch with them regularly, to update them about new Toolkit pages, introduce them to each other and find solutions together where we can. 

We have introduced this through quarterly online Radical Solidarity Hub meetings. Our first session was on 14th February, where we heard from Greater Manchester Immigration Aid Unit about their campaign against the 10 year route, and The Magpie Project about their campaign ‘No Child Housed Without a Kitchen’.

Join us for our next session on 14th May, where we will hear from two more guest speakers, and get updates from Right to Remain’s Legal Education Team, and These Walls Must Fall campaigners.

These online meetings are for our friends, allies, and community to come together, hear from each other and Right to Remain, share tips and build radical solidarity. 

There is no formal membership of the Hub. Just join us if you are interested in:

  • Hearing from Right to Remain staff team about new Toolkit pages, legal updates, These Walls Must Fall work and asking us questions. 
  • Meeting other groups based in other areas of the UK, also standing in solidarity with people seeking asylum, refugees and migrants. 
  • Share your challenges and ask each other for tips and help. 

Sign up using the booking form below.

See you there!

One comment on “Come to our next Radical Solidarity Hub meeting!

  1. Henry Samuel Kamara on

    Yes, it is true that Right to Remain cannot provide immigration advice or neither instructing the immigration what to do when it comes to individual asylum application, but it sometimes helps to guide the immigration authorities to do good work. It’s very important for Right to Remain continues to engaging holding workshops where people can gains and share ideas in person.

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