We are forwarding a message from Joanna Burch-Brown for you to consider relating to the recent furore over the landing cards for the Windrush generation.
In addition, can we please
remind you to email your MPs about the urgent matter of organizing a meeting in the Houses of Parliament to discuss ‘The Academic Legitimacy of the Afrikan Case for Reparations and its Implications for British State
Policy-Making’. The draft letter is attached here and will shortly be available on our website.
From: Joanna Burch-Brown <J.Burch-Brown@bristol.ac.uk>
Date: Wednesday, 18 April
2018 at 20:57
To: LLC INOSAAR <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Counter Colston <email@example.com>
Thank you for sharing this, Joanna.
In addition to the petition, there is more action to take. Please see message below:
This petition "Amnesty for anyone who was a minor that arrived In Britain between 1948 to 1971" now has 135,000 signatures - enough to spark a parliamentary debate. https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/216539
The government are clearly in retreat, yesterday they refused a diplomatic request for a meeting to discuss the issue with Caribbean heads of government.
Today they are saying "Theresa May will hold a meeting with other Commonwealth leaders to "discuss concerns" over the Windrush generation facing deportation from the UK".We can win this battle for human rights.
There is an Early Day Motion in Parliament on the subject. Please write to your Member of Parliament asking him or her to sign it [Early day motion 1145 - COMMONWEALTH CITIZENS AND THE RIGHT TO REMAIN IN THE UK]. https://www.parliament.uk/edm/2017-19/1145
When the parliament discusses the issue, we need to make sure that there is sufficient pressure on the MPs to rectify this injustice.You can find the email address of your
Member of Parliament here - https://www.parliament.uk/mps-lords-and-offices/mps/
Please act today - enough damage has been done
Twitter: @INOSAAR #INOSAAR
Website: International Network of Scholars and Activists for Afrikan Reparations (INOSAAR)http://www.inosaar.llc.ed.ac.uk
Primary Investigator and coordinator: Nicola Frith (Nicola.Frith@ed.ac.uk)
Co-Investigator and coordinator:
Joyce Hope Scott (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The University of Edinburgh is a charitable body, registered in
Scotland, with registration
PLEASE READ THIS ALSO: https://www.freemovement.org.uk/why-caribbean-commonwealth-citizens-are-being-denied-immigration-status/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=why-caribbean-commonwealth-citizens-are-being-denied-immigration-status