Migrants are invited to a public debate on how the Mayor of London can improve the quality of our lives and communities.
The debate which is organized by Migrant and Refugee Communities Forum, will take place on Tuesday 27th March 2012 from 11:00 to 13:00 at MRCF, 2 Thorpe Close, W10 5XL, London.
Do you want better and more affordable housing? Do you want to work and earn a living wage? Do you want better opportunities for your children? Are your neighbourhoods safe enough? If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, then you can’t afford to miss the debate.
“The next London Mayor, to be elected on the 3rd of May, has a responsibility and power to improve daily life for you, your family and your community. We need to make sure that the Mayor listens and works for migrant communities,” says the organizers of the debate.
Kristina Hemon from Migrant and Refugee Communities Forum and Citizens UK representatives will be key speakers at the event.
This event is open to the public and the organizers invite anyone interested in improving life in London and Mayoral elections.
Those who attend will also discuss how they can influence this year's election.
Places are limited so please book early via [email protected] or call 020 8964 4815. Lunch will be provided and travel expenses can be refunded.
Nearest tube station is Ladbroke Grove on Hammersmith and City line and buses 7, 23, 52 and 70 also stop on Ladbroke Grove.