8 Mar 2010

Education without Frontiers: Has the UK Border Agency Overstayed its Welcome?

Speakers, Workshops, Music, Food
Date: March 18, 5PM-late
Location: Goldsmiths, University of London

We stand united, as students and staff, in opposition to the new
points-based immigration rules. They frame students as suspects and
turn staff into border agents. Join us, meet others, and help spread
the campaign! With Les Back (Sociology Department, Goldsmiths) Phil
Booth (NO2ID), Valerie Hartwich (Manifesto Club), Sandy Nicoll (SOAS
Living Wage Campaign/Justice for Cleaners), Frances Webber (Human
Rights Lawyer), speakers from the Joint Council for the Welfare of
Immigrants, No Borders, and more. Hosted by Goldsmiths Students' Union
and Goldsmiths UCU.

Speakers and workshops in RHB 141 (Main Building) from 5PM to 8:15PM;
food/social in the Common Room (Students' Union) 8:15-10PM, live music

Register at studentsnotsuspects@gmail.com

Main Building (Richard Hoggart Building), Goldsmiths, Lewisham Way,
New Cross, SE14 6NW
Closest train stations: New Cross, New Cross Gate
Buses: 21, 36, 53, 136, 171, 172, 177, 225, 321, 343, 436, 453

More details about the campaign at:
Facebook (Students Not Suspects)

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