Manchester, 18 July: post-election Solidarity Sessions

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We have a new government. A new political landscape is emerging. What does this mean for Greater Manchester, for migrant rights, for our communities, our groups, our organisations?

We have been through years of an increasingly hostile environment, culminating in the Illegal Migration Act and the Rwanda plan. Many of us are still reeling from our emergency response to the pre-election Rwanda detentions. That scheme appears to have been ditched, which is a massive relief. But what next, for the movement for migration justice? What next, in Greater Manchester?

Join Right to Remain for a special, post-election Solidarity Session in Manchester.

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