Save Children and Community spaces: Enact Lord Dubs Amendment!
Save the Jungle Kids Cafe Teach Out! Enact Dubs amendment!
Meet at French Embassy 6pm Fri 12 Aug.
On Friday at 6pm (12 August) Stand Up To Racism will be supporting Children’s Authors, educationalists and trade unionists as they protest the decision by the French authorities to demolish a number of children and community spaces in the refugee camp in Calais. The event will also highlight the appalling inaction of the British government on unaccompanied children (Facebook event page here).
The communal spaces include restaurants, shops and a Café that provides unaccompanied minors in the camp with hot meals and a safe space. Humanitarian organisation feel the closure of these spaces will be traumatic for people living in the camp and leave unaccompanied children in a more vulnerable situation.
We call on the French government to stop the eviction of communal spaces and for Theresa May to immediately honour Lord Dubs Amendment to the Immigration Act by relocating unaccompanied child refugees to Britain.
Oxford Convoy 2 Calais Planning Meeting
Confronting The Rise In Racism
Stand Up To Racism National Conference 2016
10.30am-4.30pm, Saturday 8th October
Friends Meeting House, Euston Rd, NW1 2BJ
Speakers include: Jeremy Corbyn MP Labour Leader, Diane Abbott MP, Kate Osamor MP, Journalist Owen Jones, Kevin Courtney NUT Acting General Secretary, Claude Moraes MEP, Maurice Wren, Refugee Council Chief Exec, Colette Levy hidden child of Vichy France, Talha Almad Muslim Council of Britain, Mark Serwotka PCS Gen Sec, Sally Hunt UCU Gen Sec, Weyman Bennett and Sabby Dhalu Stand up to Racism.
A major national conference bringing together speakers, organisations and activists from anti-racist campaigns across Europe. The conference will examine the current struggle against racism in Britain and beyond such as the fight against Islamophobia and antisemitism, defending civil liberties and migrants rights and building solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement in the US.
The humanitarian crisis in Europe will also be discussed with the intention of developing an action plan for activists and organisations who want to campaign for more to be done for refugees.
- From the US to Britain – Black Lives Matter
- Prevent, the Extremism Bill and defending civil liberties
- Brexit: Defend Migrant Rights & freedom of movement
- Trump to UKIP – opposing right wing populism
- Europe and the renewed threat of fascism & the far right
- Refugees Welcome Here
- Love Music Hate Racism
- Austerity and the rise in racism