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Kill the Bill: Attacked Together, Resisting Together

Sunday 26th September3pm4:30pm
Old Steine Gardens - Big Tent

Hear from people working across the political, judicial, institutional and grassroots to challenge the Nationality & Border, CHIS and PCSC Bills in particular, explaining the overall project these bills develop, providing some historical context and comparing strategies of resistance. We'll open up what non-reformist reforms look like in practice and go beyond tired oppositional framings of electoral versus non-electoral politics to look at what resistance to Tory authoritarianism looks like in Parliament and on the streets.

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Labour MP for Streatham. Co-Chair of the Socialist Campaign Group of Labour MPs.

Gracie Mae Bradley is policy and campaigns manager for human rights organization Liberty. She leads on campaigning against the Government’s “hostile environment” policies on immigration, as well as work across policing, counter-terror, and privacy and surveillance.

Lois Jones is a Romany activist based across the borders of West Midlands, North West, and North Wales. She is a co-founder of Traveller Pride (an LGBT+ GRT campaign group) and member of the Manchester branch of Kill The Bill, organising within the Sisters Uncut Coalition of GRT Socialists.

Barrister at Garden Court Chambers, organiser with Black Protest Legal Support UK & Human Rights Lawyers Association.

We gratefully acknowledge the support of the following organisations in our educational and research work:
Lipman Miliband TrustRosa Luxemburg Stiftung LondonBarry Amiel & Norman Melburn Trust
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