San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This year we've teamed up with 19 Princelet Street to launch our report in a slightly different way. Seldom open to the general public, we are organising a free private view and tour of one of the most fascinating historic sites in London, followed by a drinks reception.
- Private View starts at 5pm and lasts until 6pm
- Drinks reception and launch of MRN Annual Report starts at 6:30pm until 8pm
This event is by invite only with a limited number of places! There are only 35 places for the tour starting at 5pm and another 60 for those only wanting to attend the drinks reception.
We are asking for a £5 deposit to reserve your place at the private view, which will be refunded to you after the event.
19 Princelet Street is a magical and multi-layered historic site, addressing contemporary issues.
The 1719 Huguenot refugee house is home to a unique cultural institution.
A community of volunteers animate dialogue, debate and discovery around themes of migration, diversity and identity. Seldom open to the general public, this is a wonderful opportunity for a private tour.
When & Where
Migrants Rights Network
Migrants' Rights Network (MRN) is working for a rights-based approach to migration, with migrants as full partners in developing the policies and procedures which affect life in the UK.