An afternoon of workshops and discussion about the history of Britain’s immigration laws with practical tools for thinking, acting and living in a world without borders

Saturday 1st september 
Butetown History and Arts Centre
Bute Street, 

no borders south wales presents an afternoon of discussions and workshops looking at questions such as… 

* how does the UK’s immigration policies create the conditions for 
racism in our communities? 

* how are border laws connected to capitalism & wider economic 

* how can we move towards a world where movement across borders is not 
criminalised & people can move where they want & need to go? 

This event will include a talk about the history of immigration in Cardiff by the BHAC director Glenn Jordan. 

The event is free and will feature tea and cake