Monthly Archives: March 2009

IOM – Complicit in Murder?

From Today’s Independent: Sent back by Britain. Executed in Darfur Failed asylum-seeker followed home from airport and shot by Sudan security officials By Robert Verkaik, Law Editor A failed asylum-seeker who returned to Darfur under a government repatriation scheme has … Continue reading

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No Borders Camp, Lesvos, Greece

“We would like to invite you to join us in August (25-31), to share with us the experience of what is going on at the borders, to discuss the problems, to coordinate our actions to fight…” In the last few … Continue reading

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Demand the release of Hicham Yezza!

By Paul Feldman from “A World to Win” Hicham Yezza’s real “crime” was to help a student with his research into Al Qaeda and then to campaign against his arbitrary arrest and detention by the police, called in by his … Continue reading

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Dale Farm: Persecuted, evicted, fighting back!

We want to live in harmony, but we’ ll defend our homes and our human rights if necessary.” – Richard Sheridan, Dale Farm spokesperson Over 10 million gypsies, travellers and Roma live in Europe. In every country they have faced … Continue reading

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Picket Trinity Rd Police Station

Next Picket Tues 17th March 10.00-11.00am Trinity Rd Cop Shop Because instead of signing at the immigration office, Those resident in    Bristol without secure immigration status, are forced to sign at Trinity Rd   Police Station. They do this weekly, fortnightly … Continue reading

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No Border Camp Calais

At the end of January, two No Borders activists from South Wales joined with others from Bristol, Brighton, London, Leeds and Newcastle to visit Calais and Lille in north-east France to begin organising for the No Border camp that is … Continue reading

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Response to ISM call out from Bristol No Borders

Bristol No Border acknowledges the call to action received from ISM Gaza following the indefinate closure of the Rafah borders in February 2009. Bristol No Borders condems the closure of the borders at Rafah which prevents the movement of people, … Continue reading

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