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No Borders Gathering Feb 21st-22nd Bristol

no borderer | 08.01.2009 17:21 | Anti-racism | Migration | Workers' Movements | World

The Bristol No Borders group are hosting the next network-wide No Borders
Gathering, on Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd February at St. Werburgh's
Community Centre here in Bristol.

The Gathering will be a chance to discuss, network and plan, and to build
on the discussions held at the last network-wide gathering earlier this
year in Newcastle. It's is a collectively organised event with shared
responsibility for content and organisation, being co ordinated this time
by people in Bristol with help from our friends over in South Wales.
Although you don't have to be active in an existing group to attend and
the gathering is open, it is a working meeting rather than a place to
necessarily find out more about the network in general. For this we
suggest contacting a local group see for a list of

Programme looks like this so far:
Friday 20th evening, Agenda planning meeting, accomodation sorting and
hopefully dinner. Venue Kebele Social Centre, 14 Robertson Road, Easton,
Saturday 21st 9am breakfast at St Werburgh's Community Centre, meeting
starts 10am. Ends by 6pm, followed by dinner elsewhere (tbc).
Sunday, 9am breakfast, meeting starts at 10am, Ends by 4pm. Dinner at
Kebele Cafe for those that want it.

Accomodaton will be available in people's houses.
Please email with your email subject as
GATHERING asap with details of how many people need accomodation for which
nights, Friday to Sunday.
If anyone has friends or contacts in the area they can stay with, and
possible room for anyone else, this would be very much appreciated.

To suggest items for discussion please write to
as they will be preparing draft agenda.

Anyone who is willing to help with faciliation please also let us know.

Cost will be kept as low as possible (donation of between £10 and £15 tbc
to cover venue and vegan food) and free to asylum seekers.

Travel: nearest rail station to both Easton and St Werburgh's is Stapleton
Road. Connections from Temple Meads station.
nearest coach stop Eastville Tescos on Mega Bus. More detailed travel info
will be provided nearer the time and maps will be available.

A PDF version of the invite will be sent soon.

Hope to see you all then

Bristol No Borders

No Borders is a network of groups struggling for the freedom of movement
for all and an end to all migration controls. We call for a radical
movement against the system of control, dividing us into citizens and
non-citizens. We demand the end of the border regime for everyone,
including ourselves, to enable us to live another way, without fear,

no borderer


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