"Our vision is of London being home to Central and Eastern European (CEE) migrants where they can make choices about their families, work and homes, and live fulfilled lives as respected members of local communities. Our mission is supporting CEE migrants who experience poverty, exploitation and social exclusion in order to help them to make choices about their lives and realize their potential as equal members of communities."

We are recruiting! Information & Outreach Coordinator, deadline 25 October, 4pm

An exciting opportunity for people who want to help us to get through to the most disadvantaged and marginalised Eastern Europeans in London and deliver comprehensive engagement activities for relevant stakeholders with a say over welfare and wellbeing of our communities! We are looking for an experienced Information & Outreach Coordinator to join our new exciting […]

We were in TF1, a French broadcaster, talking about impact of the Brexit referendum

On Friday, 16 September, we were in TF1, the largest French television broadcaster, discussing how the Brexit referendum impacted on Eastern Europeans in London. We talked about increased levels of reported hate speech and hate crime and about strategies people have been adopting to secure themselves from hostilities of the less friendly residents. The filming […]

After awareness event in Neasden – THANK YOU and photos!

On Saturday, 10 September, we hosted an awareness-raising seminar for Romanian communities in Brent. It went extremely well and we received lots of great feedback! Next: Harrow in November! Check our our news section and Fecebook page for updates. Thank you all agencies and organisations for presenting essential facts about rights of Eastern Europeans in […]

After the referendum – has anything changed for Eastern Europeans? No.

Ever since the outcome of the Brexit referendum is known, there has been a flurry of communications regarding the status of EU nationals living in the UK as well as letters and petitions demanding from the government that they confirm this status for us. Without shadow of doubt, these attempts were good-willed and aimed at […]

Brexit is a reality we all have to learn to live with

Yesterday British voters decided to terminate membership in the European Union. What does it mean for 3 millions EU nationals living in the UK? What can we expect? We face the new reality of living in communities split between those wishing to leave and those wanting to stay. Our fellow expats – Eastern Europeans living […]

Human trafficking for forced labour – what response do we want?

Human trafficking is a serious crime and a violation of human rights. Victims are coerced, lured into or threaten to perform work that they cannot refuse. They are threaten with violence, abuse, reporting to the police, often manipulated to petty crime to keep them terrified and obedient. Their documents are taken away. They are forced […]

We met with Gangmasters Licensing Authority

Today we participated in the meeting of the Gangmasters Licensing Authority’s (GLA) NGO/Worker Liaison Group. We have been invited following our involvement in protecting migrant workers’ rights and voicing concerns on behalf of vulnerable Eastern European workers who have been or who are at risk of labour abuse and exploitation. The GLA is a labour […]