No Borders vs. Labour Party Conference

As you might know the Labour Party are holding their annual conference in Manchester again, and there are protests planned against it. We're planning a number of activities, from public meetings, and a fundraiser gig to a 'freedom of movement' bloc on the national demo on September 20th. Below is the call out; mark the date in your diaries!.

FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT FOR ALL
For a World without Borders, States and War!

Roll up, roll up...
Across the world we see an unprecedented increase in border management and
social control. The UK government are at the forefront of this. And they
are holding their annual party conference in Manchester, from 20th to 25th
September 2008.

The Stop the War Coalition have called for a march through Manchester on
Saturday 20th September. We invite all anti-authoritarians, anarchists and
all those against states, nations and borders to join the 'freedom of
movement' bloc, and to play a trick or two on those clowns in the Labour
Party circus.

Let's collectively imagine a world without borders and wars and fight
together to realise this!

Let's come together on September 20th at 12 noon. Assemble at All Saints Park (note this has changed). Look out for the red and black flags.

Called by Manchester No Borders (www.manchesternoborders.org.uk) and Manchester Anarchist Federation (manchester@af-north.org)

[if you need accommodation before or after the demo, email
manchesternoborders@riseup.net]

Posted byManchester No Borders at 4:47 AM