Protest Outside Parliament

Published: Wed 5 May 2021 11:08 AM
Several migrant groups have come together as FAM – Federation of Aotearoa Migrants.
FAM is here to amplify migrant voices and to highlight issues endured by migrants due to the broken immigration system in Aotearoa New Zealand
Our requests are simple:It has been over a year and migrants are still stranded offshore - Bring them backThe ever-moving goal post of getting residence - Give residence now to those already hereMigrant worker exploitation is never ending - Detach visas from employersVisa processing delays cause havoc for migrant lives – allocate more resources at INZUnite separated families - Reset immigration policy and overhaul INZ
Frustration of adversely affected migrants has found its way through numerous petitions to Parliament in the past year. As a result, the House is debating immigration on Thursday 13 May in the afternoon.
We shall be protesting outside Parliament on 13 May from 12.30pm to 3.00pm, to show our politicians why these issues are so important for us and our whanau.
Speakers at the protest include Erica Stanford MP, Ricardo Menendez March MP and Dr James McDowall MP.
For those who cannot make it to Wellington on 13 May, there will be candlelight vigils around the country on 12 May.Auckland, Aotea Square - Wed 12 May, from 5.30pm
Contact: Sher Singh 021 0265 2248Christchurch, Bridge of Remembrance - Wed 12 May, from 5.30pm
Contact: Anna Burghardt 027 378 8168Hamilton, Garden Place Square - Wed 12 May, from 5.30pm
Contact: Mauricio Kimura 022 341 9809Queenstown, Marine Parade - Wed 12 May, from 5.30pm
Contact: Ryann Lourenco 022 398 9339Wellington, outside Parliament – Thurs 13 May 12.30pm to 3.00pm
Contact: Charlotte te Riet Scholten-Phillips 022 326 3578Organisers
FAM – Federation of Aotearoa MigrantsMembers of FAM:
ANKA – Association of New Kiwis Aotearoa
Migrant Rights Network NZ
Migrants NZ
Migrant Workers Association

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