A legal and public legal education project, hosted by Islington Law Centre.
The Migrants’ Law Project is a legal and public legal education project, hosted by Islington Law Centre.
The MLP promotes fair treatment and access to justice for migrants, refugees and asylum seekers in the UK.
The MLP Forum is a resource for organisations and individuals working with asylum seekers, refugees, and migrants who want to explore key issues of concern for their client groups.
The MLP has taken cases on asylum support, the Detained Fast Track, and Dublin III family reunion for separated children in Europe. We represent individuals or organisations where it has not been possible to achieve a just outcome through negotiation. Our cases pages provide background, briefings, judgments and more information on this area of our work.
The MLP seeks to protect and promote the human rights of asylum seekers, migrants, and refugees, by seeking to tackle problems at their root in a sustainable, high impact way. We work provide advice, support and training to organisations working with vulnerable groups, and where necessary, as a last resort, using our legal expertise to assist or lead on legal challenges.