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September monthly demo


Many thanks to Unite Tom Mann branch, Coventry, for the £500 cheque presented at the monthly demo at Campsfield on 29 September.

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Refugee Week Meeting – Tuesday 19 June – Reporting Britain’s Immigration Secrets

Showing of extracts from

Undercover: Britain’s Immigration Secrets
The BBC Panorama programme about G4S abuse of people imprisoned in Brook detention centre, first shown in September 2017 (winner of 2018 BAFTA Current Affairs award

followed by speakers including:
Rev Nathan Ward, former senior manager with G4S.
Caroline Bannock, Community Editor of the Guardian, part of the team investigating and reporting on the Windrush generation and their families mistreated by the Home Office and in some cases detained and deported.
Plus local print and broadcast journalists.

7.30 pm Tuesday 19th June 2018
The Long Room, Oxford Town Hall, OX1 1BX

 Part of Oxford Refugee Week

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FLYER

23 YEARS TOO LONG! DEMO 26 NOVEMBER

DEMONSTRATE 12 noon SATURDAY 26 NOVEMBER
TO CLOSE CAMPSFIELD
AND END ALL IMMIGRATION DETENTION

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Raising awareness about migrant solidarity and Campsfield

WP_20160124_12_38_16_Pro[1]Members of the Campaign to Close Campsfield joined Oxford Migrant Solidarity last weekend to hold a stall outside Lush, on Cornmarket, Oxford.
We had lots of conversations about finally closing Campsfield, after 22 years too long!  And hope some people who stopped will be able to join us at one of the monthly demonstrations at Campsfield (last Saturday of each month) to show solidarity with those locked up inside.

Lush stall 2

 

Coach from Oxford to Yarl’s Wood demo on Saturday 7 Nov

UPDATE:  A few photos from the amazing Movement for Justice demo at Yarl’s Wood.

 

A coach has been organised by Movement for Justice, tickets available at http://oxfordtoyarlswood7nov.eventbrite.co.uk

Demo facebook event at https://www.facebook.com/events/755942137885113/

 

 

 

CALAIS – A CRISIS OF COMPASSION

PRESS RELEASE – for immediate use 27 August 2015

The Close Campsfield Campaign is gravely concerned about the way the situation in Calais is being mis-represented to the British public.

The vast majority of the 5,000 or so men, women and children camped in slum conditions outside Calais have fled war, violence and persecution in their home countries. They are refugees and would be recognised as such if they managed to reach the UK. Continue reading