Refugee Week in Oxford 2017
‘Campsfield House: An Immigration Removal Centre’
and ‘Working Illegally’
7.30 Tuesday 20 June
Town Hall, Council Chamber, St Aldates, Oxford
Two films from Stand Off Films about immigration detention in the UK, specifically about Campsfield detention centre near Oxford, and the use of ‘slave labour’ by private companies running immigration detention centres, a practice under legal attack in the United States at the present time.
Followed by discussion, points for action
Free entry – stalls
Organised by Campaign to Close Campsfield
As part of Oxford Refugee Week 2015 the Campaign to Close Campsfield will host Ice and Fire theatre company performing
Voices from the front line of Europe’s approach to asylum
Come and hear the human stories behind the headlines of migrants and their journeys. Testimonies from migrants about their journeys crossing the Mediterranean and of life in Calais will be performed by actors for human rights.
People with recent experience of solidarity work in Calais will be present for discussion after the performance.
Friday 19th June, 7.30 – 9 pm
Venue: The Asian Cultural Centre (far end of Manzil Way, off Cowley Road, Oxford, OX4 1 GH)
Please arrive in good time. Light refreshments will be available.
Event free, no need to book. Donations welcome.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
tel. 01993 703994
As part of Oxford Refugee Week (16th – 22nd June 2014), the Campaign to Close Campsfield is holding a public meeting on Monday 16th June, 7pm at Oxford Town Hall:
‘Are refugees welcome here? If not, what can we do about it?’
Speakers include: Continue reading