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Join the protest for NUJ’s Charles Atangana

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Charles Atangana, currently detained in Dover Immigration Removal Centre, has a bail hearing on Thursday this week. Charles has lived in Britain since 2004 having been forced to flee Cameroon after detention and threats over his journalism.
Issue 2214

Charles Atangana, currently detained in Dover Immigration Removal Centre, has a bail hearing on Thursday this week. Charles has lived in Britain since 2004 having been forced to flee Cameroon after detention and threats over his journalism.

A journalist was killed in custody in Cameroon this April.

Activists are now redoubling their efforts to ensure Charles is not deported.

  • Come to the protest at the bail hearing on Thursday 12 August at 2pm, Taylor House, 88 Rosebery Avenue, EC1R 4QU.
  • Make a donation. The NUJ union is asking people to send donations to Charles. He does not have much money and needs clothes, food and toiletries.
  • Please make cheques payable to the NUJ but make sure you state the money is for Charles Atangana and send to the NUJ Finance Department, Headland House, 308-312 Gray’s Inn Road, London, WC1X 8DP,
  • Please email messages of support or reasons why you think Charles should be allowed to stay to [email protected] The union will let Charles know about your support and may use messages in NUJ publicity materials.

For background go to Campaign stops deportation of NUJ’s Charles Atangana

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