Activist agenda: Asyum-seekers, Uyghur solidarity

Submitted by AWL on 16 February, 2021 - 7:53
Uyghur solidarity protest

The Labour Campaign for Free Movement is celebrating a victory: the Home Office backing down from plans to house up to 200 asylum seekers in prefab accommodation next to Yarl’s Wood detention centre.

Their “official” reason is that anticipated extra demand to house asylum seekers never materialised. But...

Students at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) are moving a motion to their student union general meeting to campaign in solidarity with the Uyghurs: more at the Uyghur Solidarity Campaign website.

• All campaign links and info, and suggested wordings for labour-movement motions, here

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