We’re Going Back To Court
On Tuesday 19 July we’re going back to court to challenge this Government’s barbaric plan to send refugees to Rwanda. The hearing will decide whether the Rwanda policy itself is lawful.
In the days leading up to the 19th, it’s vital that we all pull together to fight this disgraceful scheme.
The legal challenge, and the protests that took place last month week were so important in stopping the horror of refugees being sent to Rwanda on the government’s first scheduled flight. We MUST keep up the pressure and show of opposition.
There will be a demonstration outside the Royal Courts of Justice in London between 9 am – 5 pm with a rally at 2 pm. Please attend if you can.
This demonstration is called jointly by the Trades Union Congress (TUC), Care4Calais, and Stand Up To Racism and supported by unions including PCS Union, UNISON, Unite the union, @National GeographicEducation, GMB Union, The Communication Workers Union, Fire Brigades Union, NASUWT, ASLEF – The UK Train Drivers’ Union, UCU – University and College Union National Education Union and Bakers Food and Allied Workers Union – BFAWU, as well as Refugee Council, @Citizenship Coalition, Amnesty International, StatusNow4All.
We call on local areas outside of London to hold protests on Saturday 16 July too.
For details of the demo, go here: fb.me/e/3owNekq2X