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[ This message has been sent to you via the CASI-analysis mailing list ] [ Presenting plain-text part of multi-format email ] [A] FREE anti-occupation postcards, ideal for distributing at cinemas screening Michael Moore's new film Fahrenheit 9/11. [B] Upcoming Iraq-related events (for those in London please note the Iraq Occupation Focus meeting next Tuesday, 13th July) ******************************* [A] FREE ANTI-OCCUPATION POSTCARDS. Voices has three FREE anti-occupation postcards available, ideal materials for distributing outside cinemas screening Michael Moore's new film:  'Stop Killing Iraqis: End the Occupation'  'Iraq's new secret police'  'Iraqis maimed ... occupiers shame' These can be viewed on-line at http://www.voices.netuxo.co.uk/postcardtexts.htm. Copies are available free on request from the voices office: email@example.com or 0845 458 2564 (local rate call). Please specify which cards you would like and in what quantities. ******************************* [B] UPCOMING IRAQ-RELATED EVENTS Is your group's Iraq-related event not listed here? If so, please drop us a line with the necessary information so that we can help publicise it. 11 JULY, UK: PAYING THE PRICE: KILLING THE CHILDREN OF IRAQ. ITV News Channel re-screens John Pilger's important documentary about the sanctions on Iraq: the crucial and, at least in 'respectable' circles, unmentionable background to the recent invasion and occupation. 9pm. See http://pilger.carlton.com/ 12 JULY, NORTHAMPTON: WAR, IMPERIALISM & FUNDAMENTALISM. Talk by activist Ewa Jasiewicz, who recently returned from 8 months in Iraq. 7.30pm, Northampton Borough Social Club (upstairs), opposite ‘The Fish’, between Grosvenor entrance and Giles St, Car Parking Giles St or Ridings. Organised by the Northampton Socialist Forum. Contact Northampton 752588. 13 JULY, LONDON: IRAQ OCCUPATION FOCUS MEETING WITH GUEST SPEAKER SAMI RAMADANI. 7.15pm. Conference Room, Indian YMCA, 41 Fitzroy Square, London WC1 (Warren St and Goodge St tubes). The meeting will begin with Sami Ramadani's presentation, followed by questions and discussion. We will then move on to planning and implementing practical campaigning work. See www.iraqoccupationfocus.org.uk/ 17 JULY, LONDON: PROTEST AGAINST CLUSTER BOMBS. Handicap International will be building a pyramid of shoes in Trafalgar Square to highlight their campaign against cluster bombs. Bring a shoe to add to the pile, each shoe will symbolise the lives and limbs lost to these evil weapons. From 12pm. More info from Therese: firstname.lastname@example.org. In July 2003 UNICEF estimated that over 1000 Iraqi children had been killed or injured by cluster bombs and other unexploded ordnance since the 'end' of the war (see www.voices.netuxo.co.uk/kids.htm). 19 JULY, LONDON: TRIAL OF ACTIVIST ARRESTED FOR HOLDING AN ANTI-WAR PLACARD OUTSIDE A BUSH RE-ELECTION FUNDRAISER. 2pm. Horseferry Magistrates Court, 70 Horseferry Road, SW1P. Support welcome. Contact Voices: 0845 458 2564 (local rate call). 19 JULY, MATLOCK. Eyewitness Iraq. Talk by activist Ewa Jasiewicz, who recently returned from 8 months in Iraq. 7.30 pm at Good For You, Firs Parade, Matlock, Derbyshire. Admission free, refreshments available. 19-25 JULY, FARNBOROUGH: DISARM FARNBOROUGH AIRSHOW. Day of direct action on 25 July, action against delegates dinner on 20 July. Affinity group actions throughout the week. See www.dsei.org for details. 28 JULY, LONDON. THE AFTERMATH OF THE IRAQ WAR: THE BALANCE OF FEAR AND HOPE. Talk by James O'Connell, Professor Emeritus of Peace Studies at the University of Bradford. Organised by the Catholic Institute for International Relations. 6.30pm. Room 202 on the 2nd floor of the Bloomsbury Suite of the Brunei Gallery, at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London, WC1. Admission is free, but to reserve a place email email@example.com. 27-30 AUGUST, ALDERMASTON. RECLAIM THE BASES SUMMER CAMP. Bluebell Wood AWE Aldermaston, near Reading . Skill sharing, training, workshops & tips on NVDA, anti-militarism, military bases and legal issues with a focus on practical actions. www.reclaimthebases.org.uk 14-15 OCTOBER, LONDON: FAIRFORD COACH ACTION APPEAL AT THE HIGH COURT. Appeal against the February 2004 Judicial Review decision that the police were right to turn a coach-load of activists away from a demo. at USAF Fairford during the invasion of Iraq. See www.fairfordcoachaction.org.uk/events/index.html 23-24 NOVEMBER: PUT THE PRIVATISATION OF IRAQ ON TRIAL. Trial of two anti-war activists charged with 'aggravated trespass' at the Shell-sponsored business conference 'Iraq Procurement 2004: meet the buyers'. Postponed from July. 10am, Highbury Magistrates Court. Supporters welcome. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The Iraq Solidarity Campaign --------------------------------- How much free photo storage do you get? Store your holiday snaps for FREE with Yahoo! Photos. Get Yahoo!Photos _______________________________________ Sent via the CASI-analysis mailing list To unsubscribe, visit http://lists.casi.org.uk/mailman/listinfo/casi-analysis All postings are archived on CASI's website at http://www.casi.org.uk