London NoBorders at the Anarchist Bookfair 2008

18 October 2008, Room EB1, 5pm – 6pm

Why oppose borders and states?

Discussion hosted by London No Borders, plus updates on current activities.Come and hear updates from London No Borders on current activities against immigration controls and in solidarity with migrants, and find out how to get involved. Followed by a discussion about the reasons to oppose borders and states, and how a 'No Borders' perspective is useful to all kinds of activism.

Hungerstrike in Campsfield

Some 50 refugees held at Campsfield immigration prison, near Oxford, are on hunger strike since August 9th in protest at their continued detention. The hunger strike was started by 13 Iraqi-Kurdish detainees, who demanded that forcible deportations to Northern Iraq are stopped. This is the second such protest at Campsfield this year and one of many throughout the UK detention estate.( Update August 20th: The Hungerstrike has ended.)

Open Space launch! Tuesday 15th July

Come along to the Launch of OpenSpace Tuesday 15 July – everyone welcome!

Address:NO:ID Gallery, 26 Calvert Avenue, London EC2 7JP
Nearest Tube: Old Street

OpenSpace is a weekly space where asylum-seekers, activists, local people and anyone fighting immigration controls can gather to organise campaigns, share skills and resources or just hang out.

G8 Day of Action Planning Meeting

Another London planning meeting on Sunday 29th June, 2(!)pm, (Pullens Centre,184 Crampton Street, Elephant and Castle, SE17). Get involved!

More on the International Day Of Action at

Radical History Discussion: Resistance in the UK's Detention Centres in the Last Decade

7 pm, Tuesday 24 June 2008
Venue: T&G, Transport House, 128 Theobald's Road, London WC1X 8TN

Asylum-seekers and migrants who have been locked up indefinitely by the British state are carrying out one of the most sustained fight-backs in the UK in recent years. Three major detention centres have been destroyed, forcing the government to release hundreds of detainees. Hunger-strikes, occupations, naked protests, dirty protests and successful break-outs involving tens and hundreds of detainees have become a regular feature of immigration detention.

London anti-G8 meeting this Sunday

On Sat 5th July, the International Day of Action Against the G8,
No Borders London has called for a day of action focusing on the
UK Border Agency (Home Office) officesin Croydon, south London.

One dance-step for us, one giant leap for revolution?

There we go: another fantastic
rampart/noborders joint adventure


Radio Revolucion
Critical Soundsystem
DJ Rootsteady
52 Commercial Road
DJ Slippahz

more acts tba ...

May 2nd 2008

from 8.30 till very late (or early) - Rampart Social Centre