‘We decided unanimously at the branch committee to advertise the assembly among members.
We want to send as many people as possible, with a budget limit of £500.
I’m currently looking to see if we can send a coach.
My branch has supported Stop the War initiatives from day one. Initially there was some opposition to this, but these days it’s hard to find anyone who supports the war.
I think it is possible to win people to opposing Islamophobia if you put it in the wider context of racism.
When we discussed the People’s Assembly, I talked about the way Irish people were treated in the wake of the IRA Birmingham pub bombings in the 1970s.’
Islamophobia and the War on Terror
- How are the attacks on Muslims linked to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan?
- How can the anti-war movement counter those attacks in its continuing campaign to end the Bush-Blair wars?
Open to delegates and observers £6/£4
Saturday 18 November 10am to 5.30pm
Camden Centre, Judd Street, London WC1H
Phone 020 7278 6694 | E-mail [email protected]