Liverpool organising meeting, Monday 9 December
Liverpool These Walls Must Fall organising meeting. The last of the year. We will be taking stock of 2019, formalising roles within the campaign and thinking about the year ahead. Let’s make 2020 the year we end immigration detention! And there will also be mince pies (of course).
Liverpool organising meeting, November 11th
Roll up for our next public organising meeting!
Bringing folk together in Liverpool to challenge immigration detention. We’ll be talking about “answering difficult questions”, and planning for an event next month.
“Everything seems to die, when I think of detention”
In a blog post for Pluto Press, Agatha Sibanda explains why she is campaigning with These Walls Must Fall in Merseyside.
Liverpool Migrant Solidarity march on December 18, International Migrants Day
Join Liverpool Migrant Solidarity Network on International Migrants Day, marching in solidarity with refugees and migrants.
Liverpool 29 Nov – 2 Dec: Radical Womxn against immigration detention
A series of events with Radical Womxn’s Dance Party, a Liverpool based a collective of artists, academics and activists
Liverpool Council speaks out against immigration detention
Last night Liverpool City Council passed a cross-party motion against immigration detention and in support of the local ‘These Walls Must Fall’ campaign. In a sign of a growing, community-based resistance to immigration detention, councillors from all four parties (Labour, Green, Lib Dems, Liberals) proposed a motion that called on the government to end indefinite detention, and that the system was “inhumane” and “not fit for purpose”. At the Council Chambers in Liverpool where the… Read more »
Merseyside campaign launch: “The best way to come together, fighting for rights, fighting for justice”
Migrant and refugee rights campaigners, trade union activists, local politicians and other community members came together in Liverpool to launch the Merseyside These Walls Must Fall campaign
Manchester and Liverpool stand in solidarity with the Yarl’s Wood strikers
By Lauren Cape-Davenhill, These Walls Must Fall campaigns coordinator At the University and College Union International Woman’s Day rally in Liverpool last week, the These Walls Must Fall banner made its way through sunny streets with about 400 passionate and noisy academics, students and university staff. On arriving by the waterfront just down the road from a jaunty statue of the Beatles and next to a ‘Magical Mystery Tour’ bus, it was time to bring… Read more »