News & Stories


Read our latest news and stories about the MiFriendly Project and other related news.

MiFriendly Cities Uses Schools Network to Support Migrants with Legal Rights and Processes

September 28, 2020

Photo by Dylan Ferreira on Unsplash Background Central England Law Centre (CELC) is one of 11 partners contributing resources and skills to deliver […]

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Birmingham SML Project Hosts Special Guest, Scotland’s Poet Laureate Jackie Kay

July 8, 2020

Written by Dawn Murray Photo by Dylan Ferreira on Unsplash On Monday 29th of June Birmingham Share My Language project […]

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MiFriendly Cities’ Health Champions Help Combat Coronavirus Misinformation

April 14, 2020

When we are facing a global pandemic such as the COVID-19 coronavirus crisis, both digital and real-world ‘word-of-mouth’ can result […]

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Facebook Rhymetimes: Connecting Communities Digitally

Recent guidelines on social distancing and staying at home due to COVID-19 have undoubtedly had an impact on the delivery […]

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Inspiring Women: How Alesha is ‘Doing it Alone’

February 21, 2020

Data shows that female migrants are more vulnerable to discrimination and mistreatment than their male counterparts (Migration Data Portal, 2020), […]

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Launching Coventry’s Pop-up Furniture Factory

May 7, 2019

Housing represents one of the most common reasons for migrants and refugees seeking support, but poor quality housing is also […]

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Social enterprise, community innovation and empowering through language

February 13, 2019

Having moved into the implementation stages of the project, MiFriendly Cities finished 2018 with the successful launch of three initiatives, […]

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European Union & Urban Innovative Actions

This project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Urban Innovative Actions Initiative.