A campaign has been launched to celebrate the positive effects migrants have on our everyday lives through a series of posters and billboards.
The Movement Against Xenophobia has so far raised £15,000 of the £44,000 it needs to put the plan into action, with posters set to feature the words ‘I am an immigrant’ followed by a variety of job descriptions from real migrants working in the UK.
‘I am a brain surgeon, I have saved 2000 lives,’ one reads. ‘I am a tube driver, I take millions of people to work every week’ says another.
More information and an online donation form are here (and please do share so that others get to hear about this too – it’d be great if the campaign hits its target).