Skills exchange should be fun for everybody
The Reciprocal Exchange Network (REN) is an initiative that seeks to increase the capacity of ethnic minority and mainstream voluntary organisations, community groups and social enterprises by exchanging skills, resources and best practice, without the need for spending money.
REN Member Profile
Migrants Rights Scotland work alongside migrants and their community organisations (MCOs) for a rights-based approach to migration, supporting their engagement in developing the policies and procedures which affect their lives in Scotland and in the UK.
To promote the rights of all migrants, regardless of where they are from, where they live and why they are here by developing a dynamic and diverse network; building bridges across sectors and interests, helping to get migrants' voices heard where it matters.
To support migrant community organisations by helping them to represent themselves more effectively at all levels - by promoting dialogue, sharing of information and expertise, and the building of knowledge and skills across different migrant communities.
To campaign for justice within immigration and all social policy, using up-to-date policy analysis, informing campaign priorities and coordinating action; working closely with appropriate organizations and civil society groups.
To find out more, visit the Migrant's Rights Scotland website.