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[casi] TJP Action Route and call for assistance

Hi all
Here's a message from a Cambridge student who is part of the group going out
to be human shields.


Dear CASI supporters,

Our "TJP Human Shield Action" left London Saturday, 25 January, en-route to
Baghdad. Below is a tentative schedule for the journey.

The group would be grateful for any assistance you could offer them along
the way. If you wish to help
please contact the buses directly: (+44) (0) 7762 850 129 as the schedule is
subject to change.

The convoy consists of three double-decker buses carrying some 40 volunteers

Possible ways you could help:

1) Suggesting/offering locations in the various cities for rallies and/or
press meetings (also advertising such meetings)
2) Providing supplies for the volunteers, including fresh water, a hot meal,
and/or overnight
3) Encouraging others to join the convoy
4) Collecting donations for the action: cash, extra sterile needle kits,
water purification tablets, and
'personal' items of medicines or other goods they could bring along to Iraq.

For more information please see

Journey plan for first Human Shield Action Bus Convoy,
leaving London on Saturday 25th January 2003.

January 25th - London
January 26th - Paris
January 27th - Geneva
January 28th - Zurich
January 29th - Milan
January 30th - Ljubljana
January 31st - Belgrade
February 1st - Sofia
February 2nd - Istanbul
February 3rd - Ankara
February 4th - Iskidur
February 5th - Damascus
February 6th - Amman
February 7th - Baghdad
To contact the convoy en-route, telephone +44 (0) 7762 850 129.

In peace,

Shane Mulligan
Human Shield Action Volunteer

(on leave from the University of Cambridge)

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