Migrant Help’s vision is for a global society that protects vulnerable migrants, treats them with respect and enables them to reach their full potential.

Our staff and our clients come from across the world and are reflective of society at large.

We are committed to anti-racism. We promote protection, diversity and equality within our values.

  • We believe everyone deserves to feel safe and have their human rights protected.
  • We respect and celebrate everyone’s individual experiences and ensure inclusion is at the heart of our work.
  • We believe in fairness and equality of opportunity. This is central to everything we do.

We join other organisations throughout the world in speaking out in solidarity in the call for racial equality. We commit to fight injustice. We stand united together.

We are all part of the solution. We must ask ourselves and others, what can we do to help? It is our shared responsibility to address the pain, to combat systemic racism and to reform unequal systems that disadvantage some.

We are encouraged and inspired; we are hopeful that we have reached a moment of genuine change. We believe that our conversations will turn into concrete actions to create lasting change.

By working together, we choose love. We choose justice. We choose change.


Lucy Bracken, Chair of Trustees, David Noble, Vice Chair of Trustees and Caroline O'Connor, CEO Migrant Help