Kronstadt Hangar in Calais re-opened!
17 February, 2010 – (from Calais Migrant Solidarity)
At 10am today, the No Borders network officially reopened the Kronstad Hangar in Calais to the migrant population. This follows the first public opening on Saturday 6th February, and the subsequent violent police eviction the following day .
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DEMO AT SERCO OFFICES, 18-22 HAND COURT, HOLBORN, LONDON WC1V 6JF.
FRIDAY 19th FEBRUARY, 2.30pm
Over 50 women have been on hunger strike at Yarls Wood Immigration
Prison near Bedford since Friday 5th February, demanding their
immediate release from indefinite detention.
More info, Read more and visit: http://london.noborders.org.uk
Continue reading SOLIDARITY WITH YARL’S WOOD HUNGER STRIKERS
The network will meet in Nottingham this time.
The No Borders Network Winter Gathering will take place in Nottingham at the Sumac Social Centre (245 Gladstone Street, Forest Fields) on the 26th – 28th February.
Read more for details and poster:
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URGENT CALL OUT for activists, legal observers, journalists and video activists to support migrants in Calais, France against imminent police attack and deportation!
Information from activists on the ground in Calais points to the police preparing to destroy some or many of the ‘jungles’ housing around 1,800 migrants in Calais, sometime this week beginning Monday 20th July. These ‘jungles’ are where people who have travelled across Europe wait in makeshift shelters, with little food or medical assistance, for their nightly attempts to get onto lorries making the crossing to the UK. Many of the migrants will be unaware of this threat. Reports from Calais say the French authorities are preparing for the destruction of the make-shift camps next Tuesday, 21st July, with a mass deportation flight to Afghanistan planned on Friday, 24th July.
The next Tuesday Night Project barbecue is on Tuesday 21st July from 6pm at Nottingham and Notts Refugee Forum (Square Centre). This month we have a Zimbabwean theme to the night as our friends from Nottingham Zimbabwean Community Network are helping to prepare and cook the food. There will be plenty of good food and music and lots to do. Any donations of cash, food or refreshments are welcome.
The barbecue is followed by a meeting organised by members of the Tuesday Night Project and No Borders Nottingham. The meeting will give a report back from Calais No Borders Camp and give an opportunity for members of the Zimbabwean community to talk about the current situation in Zimbabwe. Everyone is welcome. Hope to see you there.
Update: In addition to the newletters, have a look at this article from South Wales No Borders reflecting on the success of the Calais NB camp after it finished.
Amidst a great deal of negative news reporting, the No Borders Camp in Calais has begun. The camp is producing a daily newspaper Nomade in French and English so you can find out what’s really going on!
Newsletter 3 (English version, 4 page bulletin, PDF format): http://calaisnoborder.eu.org/sites/default/files/noborder_numero3_anglais_internet.pdf
Newsletter 2, 24th June 2009 (English version, 4 page bulletin, PDF format): http://calaisnoborder.eu.org/sites/default/files/noborder_numero2_anglais_internet.pdf
Newsletter 1 (seperate pages):
[page 1] [page 2] [page 3] [page 4]
Freedom of movement ! Close down detention centres !
More info (English and French): http://calaisnoborder.eu.org and http://lille.indymedia.org
The Calais No Border camp (23-29 June 2009) is a joint venture between French and Belgian activists and migrant support groups and the UK No Borders Network. It aims to highlight the realities of the situation in Calais and Northern France; to build links with the migrant communities; to help build links between migrants support groups; and lastly, but not least, to challenge the authorities on the ground, to protest against increased repression of migrants and local activists alike. For more info, click on Read More and check out these links:
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The latest No Borders network newsletter is now available.
*CALAIS NO BORDER CAMP 23-29 JUNE 2009
*ABOLISH ALL IMMIGRATION PRISONS! : REPORTS
*BRISTOL GATHERING: LOCAL GROUPS UPDATES
*GAZA : CALL OUT 27TH APRIL
*VIVA EL MIGRANT RESISTENCIA !
*NO BORDERS TOUR
Read an Indymedia round up of recent No Borders actions: No detentions, No deportations! More action to take place on Saturday 21st March (for details, follow link, or just scroll down this blog).