Promote the Migrant Vote is a collaborative project organised by Migrants Organise with a number of charities and organisations in the migration and race equality sector.

More events are being organised, please check the map for updates. For more information on a specific voter registration drive or to add your event to the map, please email

Wednesday 17 May

Thursday 18 May 

  • Voter registration drive at the Young Vic66 The Cut, Lambeth, London SE1 8LZ, 6-7.30pm. 
  • Voter registration drive at Dudley College, Birmingham, 11.30am-2pm organised by Hope Not Hate

Friday 19 May 

Saturday 20 May

  • Voter registration drive at the Young Vic66 The Cut, Lambeth, London SE1 8LZ, 6-7.30pm.
  • Voter registration drive at Birmingham City Centre (between Waterstones and Marks and Spencers), Birmingham, 11.30am-2pm organised by Hope Not Hate
  • Voter registration at Mass for Migrants: in the Diocese of Brentwood. St Anthony of Padua, Forest Gate, E7 9QB. 11am. For news of the event see [] and []
  • Election Special Class with English for Action at Pembroke House, London – 1.30pm – 3.30pm
  • Manchester Promote the Migrant Vote! at Pakistani Community Centre, Manchester – 5.30pm – 7pm Organised by Migrants Organise with 3 Million, WAST Manchester, Pakistani Community Centre, Manchester Migrant Solidarity, United for Change, Salford Refugee Forum, Europia, Unis Resist Border Controls, Right to Remain and others!
  • Use Your Voice! Voter Registration Drive, East Oxford Community Centre, 10am-2pm. Organised by Refugee Resource
  • Sudanese community event, fashion show and voter registration drive at Amba Hotel Marble Arch, London

Sunday 21 May

  • Community meeting on voter registration and awareness at Conniburrow Community Association, Milton Keynes, 6pm-8pm. Organised by the Somali Community in Milton Keynes. 

Monday 22 May

  • Voter registration drive at Migrants Organise, London
  • Voter Registration Deadline at 11.59 pm

Tuesday 23 May

Tuesday 30 May

Wednesday 31 May

Saturday 3 June

  • Assembly of Candidates with the London Latin American community, 2-5pm, Cathedral International, 42-44 Norwood High Street, London, SE27 9NR

Who Can Vote?

To vote in a UK general election a person must be registered to vote and also:
  • 18 or over
  • be a British citizen, a qualifying Commonwealth citizen or a citizen of the Republic of Ireland
  • not be subject to any legal incapacity to vote
The full information and more details can be found on the Electoral Commission website here:

Important Dates and Information

  • September 22 is the Registration Deadline.
Before you can vote, you must first register to vote. The last day you can register is at 11:59 pm on Spetember 22. The process is simple and only takes 5 minutes. You can register online at
To register you will need:
  • Your name and address
  • Date of Birth
  • Your National Insurance Number
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