As part of our mission to add to the public debate on the issue of migration we have often taken a table of free information to public meetings and other events. Some of the information is things we have published or contributed to in some way, the rest has been produced by like-minded organisations. Let us know of anything you think we should carry in the future.
Though we don’t always maintain a complete stock in physical form, everything is archived here in .pdf format, so anyone can replicate the stall by printing all the files on this page. If you haven’t got access to cheap photocopies we can put a selection in the post or bring our stall to your event, please get in contact, we’ll put the event in our diary too.
A few different versions of some leaflets exist, some of have been the most up-to-date versions used:
- Campaign to Stay
- ID Cards are here
- Shut down BMI!
- Snatch Squads operate in this area
- What’s wrong with 31-33 Newport Road?
- Who are No Borders South Wales?
A selection of leaflets that have been produced by other groups:
- Conserving what for whom? by No Borders London
- You Are Being Lied To About Asylum Seekers which has been taken from libcom
- Workers Control not Immigration Controls by No One is Illegal
- No Collusion Between Education Institutions And Immigration Controls by No One is Illegal
- Right To Come And Stay For All by No One is Illegal
- Campaign Against Deportation or Removal by No One is Illegal
- How to get released from detention by Bail for Immigration Detainees
- Guide to setting up a public anti-deportation campaign by the National Coalition Anti-Deportation Campagins
- Solidarity with Migrant workers by No Sweat
We have produced our own newsletter in the past and hope to do so again in the future: #1 – August 2008
No Borders Network Newsletter is the collective production of the UK-wide Network, it is currently being edited by No Borders Bristol:
Crossing Borders is a transnational newsletter initiated by the Frassanito-network:
#8 – July 2005 | #11 – March 2006 | #12 – May 2006 | #13 – Autumn 2006 | #15 – January 2007 | #16 – March 2007 | #17 – June 2007 | #18 – August 2007 | #19 – September 2007 | #20 – October 2007 | #21 – December 2007 | #22 – February 2008 | #23 – April 2008 | #24 – September 2008 | #25 – December 2008