Brexit: Migrants Rights Network is recruiting EU media volunteers. How to apply

Migrants Rights Network (MRN) is recruiting UK-based European Union (EU) media volunteers.

They’ll be provided with training and support to get their voices heard and their stories told in the mainstream media.

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An event organized by Ziarul Romanesc, the newspaper for Romanians in the UK

EU migration to the UK is likely to feature strongly in the UK ‘In-Out’ Referendum.

Even though most EU citizens won’t have a vote, the MRN believes they should have a voice in something that will affect their daily lives fundamentally.

“We aim to show that EU citizens can make a serious contribution to public debate and demonstrate how they integrate into the UK as active and vocal members of British society,” says MRN.

If you think you could you be one of the EU media volunteers, please send an email to: [email protected]

“Please put ‘Referendum’ in the subject line and tell us something about yourself and why you’d like to be a media volunteer. We are especially interested in hearing from you if you live or work in the East of England, Manchester, the South West of England, Wales and Scotland. If you are not from one of these places and you still want to be involved – write to us anyway,” says MRN.

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