We are a small charity but we punch above our weight. We're proud to say we've never taken any government funding, so we're truly independent. And every penny we receive from our amazing supporters helps us protect the rights of the individuals and families targeted by the Hostile Environment, to strengthen our communities and to fight for a fairer system for everyone. This work has never been more important.
We're really proud to host UKCEN, a volunteer-powered project that's supported over 20,000 EU nationals prepare for Brexit. We want to make sure nobody gets left behind.
Join JCWI as a practitioner member and support migrants' rights in the UK.
Join JCWI as an organisation member and support migrants' rights in the UK.
This winter, stand with members of the Windrush generation who are struggling with bills, debts or necessities, and still waiting for justice and compensation from the government.
Although she had both tops ready, Darcy, our netball president, and friend, never actually made it to either 2019/2020 Monte tour. So now we're walking as a team, the distance equivalent of both tours, to get her there.
You wouldn't think it to look at us but we are running a full marathon (between us) to raise money for the wonderful Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants.
In August + September I'm completing a marathon and an olympic-distance triathlon to raise money to fight for migrants' rights!
In light of the current political climate, where protecting Black lives has become the forefront of media attention, we believe it is especially important not to forget the lives that were fundamental in rebuilding this country. Without the Windrush Generation, Warwick Caribbean Culture society would not exist. We aim to help with donations by promoting via our various platforms.
We're walking a half marathon along the River Thames and raising money to fight for migrants' rights!
Catherine is running the Royal Parks Half Marathon to raise money for migrants' rights in the UK