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Oxford CND short march, picnic and rally. Saturday 7th October: 12.00am to 3.00pm. USAF Croughton, 8 miles west of Buckingham, on B4031. oxfordcnd@phonecoop.coop http://www.oxfordcnd.org.uk Tel: 01865 248 357



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Sat 07 Oct 17

Oxford CND

short march, picnic and rally.

Saturday 7th October: 12.00am to 3.00pm.

USAF Croughton, 8 miles west of Buckingham, on B4031.

oxfordcnd@phonecoop.coop http://www.oxfordcnd.org.uk

Tel: 01865 248 357


Thu 26 Oct 17

Guest Speaker, Martha Spurrier,* Director of Liberty, Milton Keynes Peace & Justice Network Public Meeting at The Guildhall,

Thursday 26th October:

7pm for 7.30pm

Church of Christ the Cornerstone, 300 Saxon Gate West, Central Milton Keynes MK9 2ES

* Martha is a barrister and has an exceptional track record in defending people’s rights, raising awareness of threats to fundamental freedoms and holding the state to account for neglect, abuse and mistreatment.

Liberty is also known as the National Council for Civil Liberties. Founded in 1934 in response to the hunger marches, it is a cross party, non-party membership organisation at the heart of the movement for fundamental rights and freedoms in the UK.

From the Liberty website: www.liberty-human-rights.org.uk

Fight Government Discrimination Say ‘NO’ to laws that discriminate, spread hate and divide our communities In recent years, politicians have introduced a raft of cruel laws designed to make life as unbearable as possible for migrants in our country. These laws are as ineffective as they are unfair.They have made life worse for all of us – spreading racial profiling, fear and division in our communities and turning trusted public servants and private individuals into unwilling border police. They’ve left vulnerable families afraid to access the services they need. Parents too scared to send children to school. And made anyone who doesn’t look or sound “British” a target for discrimination. We’re all collateral damage in this misguided attempt to look tough on immigration at any cost. Not on our watch Liberty won’t rest until we’ve stamped out laws and policies that spread fear and hate – and put decency, dignity and fairness back at the heart of UK politics.We are working to challenge and undo these laws in the courts, in Parliament and on the streets – and we need your help.

If you believe in treating everyone fairly, with dignity and respect, come to the meeting on 26th October # There will be an exhibition and literature on the work of Liberty and other P & J organisations (Contact the Network if you would like to be considered for some exhibition space) There will be time for questions and meeting with one another after the address

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