Date(s) - Thu 30 April
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
5th Floor, Hamilton House
The tragic sea drownings off the coast of Sicily once again highlight the human cost of war, poverty and inequality. ‘Fortress Europe’, constructed by the political elites, has been severely compromised by its anti migrant policy. The vast majority of the world’s cross border migrants are fleeing from civil war, poverty and environmental disaster. Their plight has been subject to the imperialist intentions of rich nations, as they fight between themselves to control resources. Capitalism and war are inextricably linked, and the human cost is terrible. This meeting, organised by Bristol North Socialist Workers Party, examines the facts behind migration, and looks especially at the history of migration to Bristol.
Thursday April 30th, 730pm, 5th Floor Hamilton House, 80 Stokes Croft