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‘Go Home’ campaign: A public meeting on supporting immigrants in London

Following on from the outrage about the Go Home vans and the immigration spot checks at transport hubs around London, a public meeting has been organised in Southall by RAMFEL, Migrant Rights Network, AARX and SBS to support refugee and migrant activists and interested individuals. The meeting will: provide an update on what has happened; explain the rights of those targeted for immigration checks and stop and search; explain what groups and individuals can do to campaign at a local and national level; and explain how to respond to the various national consultations. The meeting will also look at the issue of the Go Home campaign posters at the reporting centre in Hounslow.

Details as follows:
Date: Thursday 19th September 2013
Time: 6pm to 9pm
Address: Southall Day Centre – Milap Branch, Shackleton Road, (off Lady Margaret Road) Southall, Middlesex UB1 2QH

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