National Demo- March 18th 2017

National demonstration: March Against Racism March 18 2017, UN Anti-Racism Day

London: 12pm, (BBC) Portland Place, W1A 1AA

Glasgow: 11am, Holland St

Cardiff: 11am, Grange Gardens, CF11


Supported by the  index

Stand Up To Trump, Refugees and Migrants Welcome – Stand Up To Islamophobia & Anti-Semitism, EU Workers – Here To Stay, Black Lives Matter

Transport details here  mobilising rallies here

Publicity material here Why we are marching en español!

Amid a vitriolic atmosphere of anti-migrant hysteria following the EU referendum, Prime Minister Theresa May has announced she will trigger article 50 by the end of March 2017 in order to “have the freedom to choose the way we control immigration.”

In a situation where migrants, Muslim women and anyone considered to be ‘foreign’ are being attacked on a daily basis and refugees are being abandoned by Britain and Europe to destitution, drowning and exploitation, there has never been a more important time in recent history to stand up to racism.

On March 18th, let’s to make the Stand Up To Racism demonstration for UN Anti-Racism Day the biggest yet, to show that Theresa May does not speak for us when she blames migrants and refugees for the problems cause by austerity and the financial crisis, and that we are united against racism, Islamophobia and anti-Semitism

Over the past 4 years, Stand Up to Racism has organised protests in defence of migrants and refugees. At our recent conference, 1,500 participants – including Jeremy Corbyn, Diane Abbott, Lord Alf Dubs and others – launched a mass anti racist movement. Join us in London in March 2017 to stand up to racism together.

Transport details here mobilising rallies here

Publicity material here

Organised by Stand Up to Racism – More details tbc