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Today will be the last day of the “No Land’s Men: The Struggle for Calais” photo exhibition at the Oriel Canfas gallery of the Chapter Arts Centre. The exhibition features some truly moving and touching artistic works by Julie Rebouillat, and gives a rare glimpse into the world of undocumented migrants trapped on the doorstep of Britain.
On the opening night on Thursday we held a talk and film showing in La Salon, where we tried to expand on the reality of the situation in Calais, and the way in which UK border policy has created this Read the rest of this entry »
The photo exhibition “No Land’s Men: The Struggle for Calais” comes to Cardiff on Thursday 11th to Saturday 13th June.
This exhibition by Julie Rebouillat has been travelling around the UK over the last few months and will conclude in Calais for the No Border Camp on Tuesday 23rd June. It features Read the rest of this entry »
As well as the No Border Camp info night on this Thursday we will once again be moving across town to O’Neils on Trinity Street on Thursday 4th June at 7pm for a night to raise awareness about the No Border Camp. This time, rather than our usual organising meeting, we will have music and entertainment from Tracey Curtis and Cosmo in-between some Read the rest of this entry »