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> ECLN notice - demonstrations - added 28 December 2005
> 6th anniversary of the Serraino Vulpitta CPT tragedy
> A demonstration to mark the 6th anniversary of the disaster in the Serraino Vulpitta detention centre in Trapani (Sicily), in which 6 migrants died following a fire. Calls for the closure of CPTs (detention centres).
> Trapani (Italy) 28 December 2005
> Per un 28 dicembre a TrapaniProgetto Melting Pot
> Rete Antirazzista Siciliana
 
> ECLN notice - demonstrations - added 20 December 2005
> Demonstration outside court in support of a woman accused of slander for accusing the police of acting in a racist manner towards her
> Three years ago, a woman carrying a five-month old baby was forcefully restrained, handcuffed and separated from her baby by police officers for failing to pay the fare on a tram. She alleged having suffered racist treatment and filed a complaint with the public prosecutor, but now faces a possible 6-month sentence for slander.
> Geneva, Switzerland 22 December 2005
> ACOR SOS RacismeSummary of the case
> Acor SOS Racisme, Switzerland
 
> ECLN notice - demonstrations - added 19 December 2005
> Do we live in a country where they arrest people for singing Christmas carols?
> A public carol service will take place opposite the Houses of Parliament in the middle of the anti-demonstration 'exclusion zone' at 6p.m. The carol singers are coming together to celebrate the season in defiance of the Serious Organised Crime and Police Act which bans unauthorised demonstrations in the Designated Area which stretches up to 1km around Parliament. At least 21 people have already been arrested under Section 132 of SOCPA since August 2005. This inclusive service will contain both Christian and secular verse, and is expected to last no more than an hour. Candles and song sheets will be made available, with donations going to Medical Aid for Iraqi Children.
> London, UK 21 December 2005
> Bloggerheads.comParliament protest websiteBBC: "Activist convicted under demo law"
> bloggerheads.com
 
> ECLN notice - demonstrations - added 21 November 2005
> Donít turn a blind eye to torture
> Torture is repugnant, abhorrent and immoral. The UK Government is seeking agreements to return people to countries known to use torture. Agreements have been signed with Jordan and Libya and are being sought with Algeria and other countries. They are not worth the paper they are written on. The law is clear. States must never torture people and must never send people to countries where they might be tortured. Assemble at 1pm Demonstration from 1.30-2.30pm, please wear black.
> London 27 November 2005
> Amnesty website
> Amnesty International
 
> ECLN notice - demonstrations - added 11 November 2005
> Campsfield: 12 years too long
> Demonstration marking 12 years of immigration detention at Campsfield
> Campsfield, Oxfordshire 26 November 2005
> posterClose Campsfield website
> Close Campsfield campaign
 
> ECLN notice - demonstrations - added 02 November 2005
> European caravan against the fence: no-one is illegal
> We invite you all, men and women from the different european cities, to join us in ths journey... raising our voices to say "basta" to the fence of death and to everything it symbolizes: not in our name.
> Europe Departs 4-6 November 2005
> Invitation
> No border network
 
> ECLN notice - demonstrations - added 14 October 2005
> March for Peace & Liberty
> Stop the War Coalition with CND and MAB have called a national demonstration for Peace & Liberty
> London Saturday 24th September
> leafletStop the war coalition
 
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