Wednesday 13th October 7pm
St Aidan's Orthodox Church, Clare Road, Levenshulme, Manchester
Why have an anti-deportation campaign ?
What is meant by a “public” campaign ?
What is the purpose of an anti-deportation campaign ?
How does a campaign effect my legal case ?
Is a campaign guaranteed to work ?
When should I start a campaign ?
Who should be in the campaign ?
Who is responsible for the campaign ?
What should the campaign do ?
Can we join up with other campaigns ?
There will be a chance to discuss benefits of starting a campaign, what it will take to set up and run a campaign, and any concerns you have about putting yourself and your campaign group into the public eye.
It will be an informal environment and you will be able to chat with the local co-ordinator of NCADC, some people who have run their own anti-deportation campaigns, and others who are interested in setting up campaigns.
Refreshments and snack food provided.
Bus route : a 192 bus leaves Piccadilly Gardens at 18.28 and stops at Lloyd Street in Levenshulme at 18:50. From Lloyd Street, walk back up in the direction of Manchester City Centre, past Haricker, Niall, Opal and Hume Streets, then turn left into Clare Road - St Aiden's is on the corner of Clare Road and Henderson Road.
Contact : Emma Ginn at NCADC - 0161 740 6504 - firstname.lastname@example.org