Press coverage

View the latest press coverage of the Migration Museum by clicking on the links below. Please visit our Press release page to view and download our latest press releases.

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Londonist – 18 Exhibitions To See This Summer In London And Beyond (03/08/2021)

“The news stories on migration often look at people coming to the UK but what about those who’ve left? A new display at this wonderful museum looks at people who’ve moved elsewhere over the last 400 years — from the Mayflower Pilgrims fleeing persecution, to the shameful deportation of Windrushers. There are lesser known stories too, such as Welsh emigrants who went to South America to form their own “little Wales beyond Wales”. The exhibition is creatively designed with departure boards and trollies carrying suitcases to give the place the feel of an airport.”

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SoFoot – Come Together (10/07/2021)

The Migration Museum’s Football Moves People campaign featured in an article in French football magazine SoFoot on what Gareth Southgate and the England team at Euro 2020 represents.

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AP – Diverse England team wins fans in nation eager for good news (09/07/2021)

“The country’s hopes rest on a team very different from the all-white squad of 1966. A poster created by the  Migration Museum showed what the England team would look like without the players who had a parent or grandparent born abroad: Just three of the 11 starting players remained. Missing were stars who included team captain Harry Kane, whose father is Irish; Marcus Rashford, whose mother is from Saint Kitts; Jamaica-born Raheem Sterling; and Bukayo Saka, a Londoner with Nigerian parents.”

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