Visit: http://www.stillhuman.org.uk/ for more info.
A group of students and residents in Oxford are organising a sleep out as partof a National Protest. Please come along and make your voice heard
When: Wednesday 5th of March,
Where: Cornmarket, St Mary Magdalen Churchyard
What: Events will kick of in Cornmarket Street at 5pm with stalls, music,dance, and poetry. There will also be a performance of The Bogus Woman, KayAdshead's award-winning play which tells the true story of a baffled asylum-seeker fleeing a war-scarred continent.
Hot drinks and food will be providedin the church for those sleeping out later in the evening.
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STILL HUMAN STILL HERE SPEAKER EVENT
STUDENT ACTION FOR REFUGEES is organising a speaker event on the STILL HUMANSTILL HERE CAMPAIGN.
Monday 7th week (25th February) at 8pm - The Bernard Sunley Lecture Theatre,St Catherine's College. All are most welcome.
Speakers: Tim Finch from The Refugee Councilo Lisa Nandy from The Children's Societyo Matt Holman from Asylum Welcomewill discuss the treatment of asylum seekers in the UK system and theimportance of the
The STILL HUMAN STILL HERE CAMPAIGN is dedicated to highlightingthe plight of tens of thousands of refused asylum seekers who are being forcedinto abject poverty in an attempt to drive them out of the country.This will be a great opportunity to find out more about the STILL HUMAN STILLHERE CAMPAIGN and ask questions ready for the National Sleep Out on the 5th ofMarch!