All around the world a global crisis (i.e. capitalism) is being blamed on ordinary people.
Some people take more blame than others.
Across Europe and North America a whole range of people are being classed as illegal. Migrant workers, that are so useful to booming economies, are increasingly criminalised in a recession.
The national borders that divide us exist in our minds, but the impacts of migration controls are very real both in terms of human suffering and corporate profits. Migration controls and resistance to them are one of the big issues in these times of global economy.
Come to a day of talks and discussions at Easton Community Centre on Saturday 21st May in Bristol, 11.30-6.30pm
-Bridget Anderson(Justice For Domestic Migrant Workers,Oxford University) :“Why No Borders?”
-Clara Osagiede (RMT Cleaners Rep, Living Wage Campaign)
“Migrant Worker Struggle”
“The Changing Meaning of Borders in the EU”
Benefit for Bristol No Borders @ the Plough, Kilburn Street, Easton BS5 0EG.
with Kilna Boy (folk-punk from across the Severn), Spanner (ska-punk faves, feat. new album!), Anarcho Folko (local folk-punk) Half Boy/Half Rat (local ska-punk newcomers)
plus djs Olifka (hardtek) and Miss Fit (Jungle) 7:30- late. £4/5.
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