Migrants, Multiculture

Debating the injustices of Immigration

The National Coalition of Anti-Deportation Campaigns (NCADC) will hold its annual conference on the 8th September, offering a program which will discuss the immigration system, as well as the injustices of asylum, amongst other items.

Theatre, debates, workshops…these are just some of the tools that the National Coalition of Anti-Deportation Campaigns will use in its 2012 annual conference.

On the 8th September, members and supporters of the organisation, which has been supporting those faced with the injustices of immigration since 1955, will enjoy a program packed with personal experiences, debates, protests and new ideas for the future of immigrants and exiles.

“We are going to listen to those who have experienced the injustices of asylum and the immigration system first hand. We are organising workshops and campaigns on law changes and we will discuss ways to put an end to deportation flights”, the NCADC explains during the organisation of the event.

The annual conference is a meeting point where guests can debate and stand up for all those who have decided to leave their home in search of a better future. Meanwhile, there will also be room on the agenda for cultural events.

The event will host the premier of “Mazloom’, a theatrical performance devised from the experiences of young Afghans seeking asylum in the UK.

To become part of this free event, all you have to do is complete the booking form available on the organisation’s website. (http://ncadc.org.uk/blog/2012/08/ncadc-invites-you-to-our-annual-conference-and-agm/).

The NCADC has also offered to reimburse the travel expenses of any members who have no income; although they will only cover up to the value of the cheapest possible route/methods of transport.

The conference will take place on Saturday 8th September from 10.30am until 6pm at Praxis Community Projects, Bethnal Green, East London (Pott Street, E2, 0EF).

For more information visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/394431297277843/

(Translated by Coleen Tumilty, coleentumilty@gmail.com)

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