Many of the people we work with live on the margins of society and right now, they need your help. As well as coping with the repercussions of standing up for their human rights, so many of them are contacting us, telling us they’re struggling to survive the cost-of-living crisis.
The people we support and their struggle to stand up for their human rights is always our focus. However, from time to time we need to reflect on how we communicate our work to existing and new audiences, and, in an increasingly digital world, a crucially important part of this is our visual identity.
This International Migrants Day we recognise and celebrate the contributions of refugees and migrants to the UK society. Alazar, an engineer and activist from Eritrea, was forced to leave his home country and flee to the UK simply for doing the right thing: standing up to injustice.
By: Thulani Mswelanto, a PoC beneficiary and human rights defender in Zimbabwe. He writes in his personal capacity.
We are happy to announce that we now have Section 501(c)(3) equivalency status, meaning that US-based grantmakers can obtain tax deductions for their charitable donations.