The Migrants Rights Network (MRN) is a national body, supporting the development of a progressive immigration system that is humane, fit for purpose and inclusive. The organisation’s current business plan focuses on three key areas; rights, relationships (between agencies and key stakeholders) and regionalisation. As part of our work we provide the secretariat for the APPG on Migration.
In order to progress our work, we host a number of communication channels such as this website, and email bulletins and newsletters. We rely extensively on email communication to engage with stakeholders.
You have been getting updates and information from the Migrants Rights Network and the APPG on Migration and or shown an interest in receiving these.
MRN Privacy Statement
What information is being collected?
Information that enables us to contact you, and understand your work.
Who is collecting it?
MRN is collecting the information.
How is it collected?
Our principal means of collecting is through email. However, we may also, on occasion, telephone to ask for further information or make you aware of specific issues.
Why is it being collected?
The information is being collected for two purposes. Firstly, to ensure that we can contact you to provide you with information that supports a shared understanding of immigration policy and practice. Secondly, to provide an overview (in a non attributable manner — unless with your specific consent) of the work of stakeholders, with an interest in immigration policy and practice.
How will it be used?
The information provided will be used to communicate with individuals and agencies
Who will it be shared with?
The information will only be shared, with your agreement, with stakeholders we believe could help and support your work. Otherwise, we will only share information if required to do so by law.
What will be the effect of this on the individuals concerned?
We do not believe that there will be an adverse impact on individuals. We will not be sharing your contact details with third parties, but may distribute information we deem appropriate on behalf of third parties. Should any individual or agency wish to complain, they can do so via the organisation’s complaints procedure.