The Migration Justice Project builds on a long history of immigration work at Law Centre NI. We have a pioneering and dynamic team who are passionate about making a difference to the lives of migrants in Northern Ireland.
There are three different strands to our work – legal, policy and community engagement – and we work in partnership with many wonderful initiatives and organisations in this field with the aim of helping migrants who have come to Northern Ireland seeking safety and sanctuary.
Our Migration Justice Project team can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Refugee Transition Guide
A FREE guide for people who have recently received refugee status, humanitarian protection or discretionary leave. This guide is available to download in English, Arabic, Farsi, Somali & Tigrinya.
About the team
Our Legal Officer provides migrants with free, specialist immigration advice and representation to assist them to secure their immigration status and assert their rights. The Law Centre aims to use the law as a tool to promote social justice, which means that we try to effect wider change through strategic litigation – selecting and bring a case to court with the goal of creating broader change.
Our Policy Officer seeks to influence policy makers and public agencies with the view to securing progressive changes to law, policy and practice. To do this, we collect quality information and research and work creatively to encourage civil servants, MLAs, MPs, the media and other bodies to counter migrant injustices.
Our Community Engagement Officer works with community organisations to understand the issues faced by migrants living in Northern Ireland, to support the community organisations in their work, conduct participatory research and help amplify migrant voices.