On Saturday 2 February 2018 12 to 5pm at Unison Glasgow City Branch, 84 Bell Street, G1 1LQ.
- £5 for unwaged or students
- free for refugees.
Join the discussion and organise
Racism is on the rise—and the far right is seeking to take advantage. In Britain, UKIP, the ‘Football Lads’ and Tommy Robinson are trying to capitalise on the ‘hostile environment’ created by politicians and much of the media. How can we organise to challenge racism, Islamophobia, antisemitism and the growth of the far right on the streets and in our communities?
February is the 20th anniversary of the publication of the Macpherson Report in 1999. This followed the racist murder of black teenager Stephen Lawrence in London. The report provoked a debate about institutional racism in the police but also in wider society. Yet two decades on, institutional racism and Islamophobia remain deeply entrenched.
How can we organise to challenge racism, Islamophobia, antisemitism and the growth of the far right on the streets and in our communities?
- Confronting the rise in racism
- Islamophobia and antisemitism
- Mobilising against the far right
- Justice for Sheku Bayou
- Defend freedom of movement
- Solidarity with the Stansfield 15
- Migration is not a crime
- Refugees are welcome here
- Talat Ahmed – Stand Up To Racism Scotland
- Aamer Anwar – human rights lawyer
- Sandra White – SNP MSP
- Stephen Smellie – Unison Scotland vice convenor
- Anas Sarwar – Labour MSP
- Melanie Strickland – one of the Stansted 15
- Gordon Martin – RMT union Scotland organiser
- Shafiq Mohammed – Asylum Seeker Housing Project
National march against racism in Glasgow on Saturday 16 March 2019.