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Brussels No Border Camp Infonight

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , on Thursday, 26 August, 2010 by bristolnoborders

This Tuesday there’ll be a chance to find out more about what’s planned for the No Border Camp in Brussels and talk with other Bristol folk thinking of going. We’ll also be showing some short films about the European migration regime. And there will probably be snacks.
7pm – Tuesday August 31
The Smiling Chair
40 Stokes Croft

No Border Camp Poster

Please note that the venue has changed due to trouble at the Factory

French Authorities Bulldoze Dunkirk Migrant Camp

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on Friday, 19 June, 2009 by bristolnoborders


Wednesday June 17th: These images may look like they are taken in Palestine, but they are in fact from just across the Channel.


(report is google translation)

Wednesday June 17 to 9:00 am, the national police, the PAF, and agents of the autonomous port of Dunkirk have destroyed the refugee camps opposite the ferry terminal in Dunkirk

The camp housed hundreds of migrants.

The migrants “housed” here were mainly new arrivals, mostly teenagers.

The method is well established, and always the same scenario of destruction that runs in a loop at Dunkirk in years.

dunkirk1Nobody had time to salvage anything from the destructive crush gear tents, huts, food, clothing, and above all personal belongings, papers, money, photos of a baby mama …. there is certainly a desire to create a climate of terror and insecurity among refugees.

For years, the State, in Dunkirk, destroyed the camps but does not solve the problem


Calais No Borders Camp – Bristol Events

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on Thursday, 28 May, 2009 by bristolnoborders


Local Gigs, Talk, films and Breakfast

Thursday 4th June, from 7.30pm Anarchist Hip Hop frrom San Fransisco and Bristol @ The Plough, Easton, Bristol

Saturday 6th June: Calais Solidarity Breakfast@ Kebele 11.00am-2.00pm (including free arabic crash course)

Thursday 11th June: Calais Film and Info Night@ The Island, Silver Street 7.30pm

Friday 12th June: Calais Benefit Gig,: Featuring Chicken Call, Spanner & 2 Sick Monkeys@ Queens Head, Easton Rd. 8.00pm £4

CALAIS NO BORDERS CAMP 23-29 JUNE 09 link to film

The Calais border is an important focal point for the struggle between those who would see an end to all migration into the EU and those trying to break down the barriers between peoples, the borders that prevent the freedom of movement for all, not just the privileged few. The Calais No Border camp is an exciting joint venture between French activists and migrant support groups and the UK No Borders Network.

It aims to highlight the realities of the situation in Calais and Northern France; to build links with the migrant communities; to help build links between migrants support groups; and lastly, but not least, to challenge the authorities on the ground, to protest against increased repression of migrants and local activists alike. This camp is not just about Calais: we are calling for the freedom of movement for all, an end to borders and to all migration controls. We call for a radical movement against the systems of control which divide us into citizens and non-citizens, into the documented and the undocumented.

How do I Find Out More?

Come along to the Film and Info Night at The Island, Where No Borders Activists Will answer all your questions. Or e-mail

How Do I get there?

There will be transport from Bristol on the 22nd June (details to be confirmed) and there is transport from London on the 26th ( to get to the demo on the 27th).

For all queries regarding the camp and how to get there e-mail: or go to

No Borders Newsletter Spring 09

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on Monday, 27 April, 2009 by bristolnoborders


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Photo Exhibition: “The Struggle for Calais”

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on Tuesday, 7 April, 2009 by bristolnoborders


An excellent photo exhibition by Julie Rebouillat : No Land’s Men:the Struggle for Calais is currently touring the country, helping to promote the No Borders Camp 23-29 June. The Exhibition is currently on display at Kebele Social Centre, 14 Robertson Road, Bristol. BS5 0JY

Come and see it either the weekend of the 11th/12th or 18th/19th during  breakfast 11.00-1400 or sunday evening meal 18.00-2100. Altheratively, come along to an info night on Tuesday the 14th at 6.30pmcalais03-1fb01