The Strasbourg protest will begin with a counter-summit bringing together anti-war activists, writers and politicians from around the world. It will start on Thursday 2 April.
Friday 3 April will be a day of civil disobedience and Saturday 4 April will be the day of the international demonstration.
The counter-summit will come to a climax on Sunday 5 April when Noam Chomsky will be one of the key speakers.
The Stop the War Coalition is calling for the biggest possible mobilisation from Britain.
Every Stop the War group around the country should start mobilising now.
Stop the War is encouraging groups to set up mobilising committees to bring in new networks and new activists.
The aim should be to get delegations from every college, workplace and campaign group in the area. There is a four-page brochure about the protests which can be downloaded from the Stop the War website. It contains a model resolution for trade unions and student unions.
Information on transport and accommodation for the event will be posted as it comes in. Coaches are being organised from London and all Stop the War groups are being encouraged to book transport.
Go to » www.stopwar.org.ukto download the brochure and for more information