end the hostile environment

Solidarity and recovery in the culture sector

In the landscape of Covid-19, the Hostile Environment, the Windrush scandal, the Immigration Bill and Brexit, the arts sector faces unprecedented and dangerous threats. Arts sector workers who identify as migrants, people of colour, undocumented, disabled, LGBTQ+ and working class are, once again, most vulnerable to the impact of cuts, flawed emergency support packages and a shrinking job market. Recovery for the arts sector should be led by those most affected by the current crisis. This panel presented a conversation around the possibilities to build a sector that works in collaboration with all its workers, not just the few.

Chaired by Season Butler, with panellists: Maya Goodfellow, Shawab Iqbal, Joon Lynn Goh, Stella Kanu

A Culture Sector Recovery for Migrants

Migrants In Culture and partners have produced a document with 12 actions for recovery. It educates on, and advocates for, a recovery of the UK culture sector that is shaped by the experiences, needs and leadership of migrants and those most marginalised in our sector.

Solidarity Knows No Borders

We're working closely with Migrants Organise and the Solidarity Knows No Borders movement to produce designs, toolkits and creative processes. 

We made a toolkit with an onboarding slide show for organisers, art works and visual assets as well as photos from a 2 day activation summit. 

You can also find more digital assets, made in collaboration with Right To Remain, on our linktree.

Info slides on the government's Nationality and Borders bill are in this folder

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