Our team of Immigration News contributors past and present, whose writings help us change the narrative on immigration and migrants’ rights issues.
Holly is a recent English literature graduate and socialist who spends the majority of her spare time reading. She enjoys writing on all things politics & culture.
Having worked in the immigration sector for 3 years as a correspondent for the UK's leading immigration law firm, Olivia takes great pride in contributing to Immi News. She is motivated by dispelling migration myths, tackling anti-migrant hysteria and promoting 'Project Fact' over fear.
Raoul is a freelance journalist with an interest in people, social affairs, law, identity, culture, and history.
Kieran is a contributor for ImmiNews who enjoy shining light on injustices that affect those in society who feel that their voices aren't being heard.
Aaron is a Social and Political Sciences student who has a passion for spreading awareness of injustices and fighting for equality.
Ono is an international lawyer, with extensive senior and management experience in law, within the private and charity sectors. He is currently the Company Director of an immigration company, and he sits as a Magistrate on the Salford and Manchester bench.
John is a highly-practiced senior immigration lawyer based in Liverpool.
Ray Barron Woolford is a writer, author, playwright and life-long community activist. He is also presently the CEO of The Kath Duncan Equality & Civil Rights Network that continues the work of Scot Kath Duncan - the most important UK civil rights activist.
Olivia spent a year as a volunteer in the Calais "Jungle" before moving to Greece as Help Refugees' Field Manager. She now works in Programmes in the organisation's London office and has recently completed an Msc in Politics of Conflict, Rights, and Justice.
Jan Karpinski was born in Liverpool in 1952. After university, he qualified as a lawyer and worked in London and Bristol. He stopped being a lawyer in 2014 and now has time for a wide range of interests. These include three family start-ups, the Friends of Somerset Libraries, being a member-nominated director of a large pension scheme and a director of 7 Starlings CIC, a local social enterprise. He lives in Somerset.
Alan Mercel-Sanca is the convenor and lead officer of the LGB&T Dorset Equality Network. In addition, he is the CEO of the UK Nepal Friendship Society, and works as an equality and diversity consultant.
Jon is an OISC-accredited asylum lawyer. He legally advises, assists, and represents asylum-seekers and refugees who want to claim safety in the UK.
Alexandra Bulat advocate and activist of the3million and co-manager of their Young Europeans Network
Lara Parizotto is co-manager of the3million's Young Europeans Network
Roanna is a founder of Resisting Hate and an active anti-hate activist. Resisting Hate was founded in 2016 and remains an organisation of ordinary people just doing the right thing.
Maddie is a writer and post-graduate researcher currently studying English Language at the University of Leeds. She is passionate about tackling racial discrimination in the media and giving underrepresented individuals a voice in society. And she’s not afraid of critical backlash!
Matthew Davies from Wright Hassall is an expert in business immigration law, advising employers, business people, and investors.