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Dear all, This meeting (on the 29th of April) seems to be an interesting and potentially-productive one. I'm eager to hear the outcome of the meeting from those who attend. -Rania ---------- Forwarded message ---------- Date: Tue, 25 Apr 2000 12:12:20 -0700 From: Hugh <email@example.com> To: * * * Justice! * * * <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: * * * BIRMINGHAM ACTIVISTS MEETING * * * Preparations in full swing * * * independent network action MEETING IN BIRMINGHAM Saturday April 29 2000. 2.00 to 5.00 p.m. The national meeting of activists in peace, environment, solidarity and anti-racist movements will see participants from at least 6 local campaiging groups from different parts of the country, including from Manchester, Liverpool, Cambridge, Bristol, Chilterns, Essex, etc., etc., and people are also expected form many other towns besides, hopefully including Sheffield, Essex, etc. The meeting is public and anyone can attend, but if you wish for further information, phone one of the numbers given at the end of this message. The aim of the meeting is to strengthen the network of local campaigns in accordance with the statement below. Details of the meeting are as follows: Carrs Lane Church Centre, Carrs Lane. (Near Birmingham New Street station; follow the signs to Moor Street station.) with John Catalinotto, Representative of the International Action Centre, New York (founded by Ramsey Clark, former US Attorney General) This meeting is being called by activists in local peace, anti-sanctions, environmental and other campaigns who are concerned to maximise the potential of their work by exchanging ideas and experience on how to influence public opinion, gain access to local media, and conduct informational and protest activities. Britain is the principal ally of the US on the world scale, and this meeting in particular provides an opportunity to exchange experience with a US campaigner from the International Action Centre. Called by: Joanne Baker, Bristol [out-dated or no-longer relevant Jean Hatton, Chilterns phone numbers removed from archive Janet Ganguli, Cambridge on 2005-03-2. --CASI webmaster] Jimmy Johns, Essex Hugh Stephens, London Janet Moir, Birmingham -- ----------------------------------------------------------------------- This is a discussion list run by the Campaign Against Sanctions on Iraq For removal from list, email email@example.com Full details of CASI's various lists can be found on the CASI website: http://welcome.to/casi