Movement for Justice: open meeting

UK Border Agency – Guilty of the murder of Jackie Nanyonjo


Movement for Justice are holding a public hearing on the UKBA’s murder
of  Jackie
Nanyonjo, with testimonies from asylum seekers, refugees and
ex-detainees.
http://www.movementforjustice.org/2013/03/ukba-on-public-trial/

All welcome, free entry/ donations (all money goes to migrant solidarity
groups).

Followed by delicious food and open mic music, please get in touch if
you
would like to perform or just turn up on the night 🙂

This is a child friendly event.

If you need transport or translation, we will do our best to help, pls
text or ring (free from a lyca mobile) 07466699812

Stop deportation! Shut detention centres!

Check ‘movement for justice’ facebook for more info

Further information:
Jackie died in Uganda in February as a result of the injuries inflicted
by
the Home Office’s licenced thugs who deported her from Britain on 10th
January 2013. Jackie is one of many people to die at the hands of the
UKBA
and we want to make sure that she is the last.

Due to hard campaigning, the racist UK Border Agency is finally being
shut
down and Parliament are about to hold an Inquiry in to Asylum- we must
make sure the change is not merely cosmetic, and Britain lives up to its
promise of sanctuary, safety and equality.


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