Labour needs a compelling, bold vision for challenging racism, exploitation and attacks against migrants. But what does such a vision look like? Who ought to create it? And how can the Labour movement go beyond the existing framework and racist rhetoric set by the media and the right?
This event will launch a migration charter issued by migrant rights groups calling for an immigration policy based on justice, dignity and fairness, and will work with activists to discuss how they can bring this vision into being.
Joon Lynn Goh is an organiser and member of Migrants in Culture, and an arts producer working at the intersection of citizenship, radical education and diverse economies.
Vecca Smith Uka is co-founder of Sisters United in Halifax and campaigner for refugee rights.
Dami Makinde is Co-founder and Co-CEO of ‘We Belong, an organisation that fights for young migrants to be treated equally and fairly in a society they call home.
Nathan D Ndlovu is a member of Coventry Asylum Rights Group and Migrants Organise.