Bradford report back from the Calais trip featured in this blog: Plus speaker from the Rotherham 12 Defence Campaign

Wednesday 17 August 2016, The Bradford Hotel, 7-9pm


170,000 people signed a petition – action, pressure can win.

French court rejects bid to demolish shops at Jungle refugee camp (The Guardian, 12 August)


Calais cafe closure puts children in peril (The Guardian, 8 Aug 2016)


From helplessness to hope: inspirational tales of the Refugee Olympic Team  (The Guardian, 5 Aug 2016)


Violence against lone child refugees is escalating – because we ignore it (The Guardian, 4 Aug 2016)


Britain leaves child refugees alone, afraid and abandoned (The Guardian, 2 Aug 2016)

Abdul Abdul, 10, lives on his own in Calais, where he looks after his nine-year-old nephew as they try to get to the UK.

Photograph: Alecsandra Raluca Drăgoi for the Guardian



Jeremy Corbyn to speak at 2016 Stand Up to Racism National Conference, Confronting Racism:  Saturday 8 October, London. Register Here

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