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Here’s the slightly delayed latest issue of Movement, events over the last few weeks have meant this issue has changed a few times before publication. As is often a problem with print media our two cover stories may develop considerably within hours of publication. You can keep up to date with these stories and more on the Movement website, which hosts extensive links from across the movement for freedom of movement and equality for all (and beyond).

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Here’s the first issue of 2010, as usual packed with the latest news and opinion from the movement for free migration.

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The effect of climate change on migration, is one of the largest aspects of social fallout resulting from rampant capitalism’s destruction of the enviroment. On the 7th-18th December a sizeable group of No Borders activists from Wales and the south west joined thousands of others and travelled to Copenhagen to attend the mobilisations at the UN Climate Summit – COP15. There was a Climate No Borders convergence space at Ragnhildgade, a “No Borders! No Climate Refugees” day of action as well as several talks, workshops, film showings and discussions.

We also took part in many of the other actions during our stay including “Our Climate: Not Your Business!“, “System Change not Climate Change“, and “Reclaim Power!” as well as Read the rest of this entry »

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The second issue of the No Borders newsletter has hit the streets, and is packed with all the latest happenings in the struggle for freedom of movement and equality for all.
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advert The No Borders UK Newsletter has been rotated around local No Borders  groups for the last few years. Last month’s  network gathering in London, signalled that it is now our turn to produce the publication. We  intend to create a more regular and broad based periodical, drawing in others that work to end the inhuman cycle of detention, deportation and death through the abolition of migration control. As a statement of intent we are re-naming and re-launching!

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SO… (drum roll…) we proudly present the first issue of ‘Movement’, a monthly newsletter covering the latest updates from the No Borders Network and beyond. This début issue is packed with articles on (follow the links find the original unedited versions);

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The spring 2009 issue of the No Borders Newsletter is out now, it is put together by Bristol No Borders and covers news and events from across the UK wide network and beyond. This issue is packed with articles including;

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The latest issue of the No Borders Newsletter is out now, covering news and events from across the UK wide network and beyond. This issue is packed with articles including;

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Help spread the word about No Borders, download the .pdf, print out on A4 paper and photocopy as many as you can get away with, give to friends, family and strangers. At the moment the newsletter is being put together by the Bristol group, in the past, Manchester has been responsible for production, in time perhaps we’ll take on putting issues together here in south Wales. You can download previous issues here: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | (more recent issues don’t appear to be online)

gathering2On 21st and 22nd February No Borders activists from across the UK will once again gather to discuss and plan together. This will be the fifth network wide gathering, following on from last November in Newcastle, hosted by No Borders North East. This event will be co ordinated by Bristol No Borders and take place at St. Werburgh’s Community Centre (map).

Although primarily a coming together of the dozen or so autonomous No Borders groups in the UK, like previous gatherings it will be an open event with no ‘membership requirements’ to attend. However this will be a working meeting of like minded activists rather than a place to find out about the network. Please contact us, or your local group if you do wish to find out more (links to other local groups in the left column).

If you are coming, please contact the organisers about accommodation, when you will be arriving, and any other requirements. Though the venue, accommodation, logistics and catering will be the responsibility of people in Bristol, we in South Wales will be compiling the proposed agenda. If you would like to contribute anything please contact us, there will be a finalising meeting on Friday 20th February in Bristol which everyone is welcome to attend.

There is a suggested donation of £10-15 to cover the costs of the Gathering, no one will be turned away through lack of funds.

On the 8th & 9th November groups and individuals from across the UK affliated to the No Borders Network will meet in Newcastle to discuss and plan together.

There will be workshops and discussions on a wide range of issues including reflections on the network, news from local groups, anti-deportation campaigns, targeting airlines, transnational networking, cross-channel border controls, ID Cards for non-EU spouses & students, International Organisation for Migration (IOM), and more.

If  you’d like more information or you are planning to attend, please contact the organisers via whydontyou@post.com  letting them know if you would like accommodation, when you will be arriving, and any other requirements.

There is a suggested donation of £10 to cover the costs of the Gathering, but no one will be turned away through lack of funds. There will also be No Borders merchandise such as t shirts, dvds and books for sale.

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