Excel London, Royal Victoria Dock. Fri 11 Sep 2015
'Welfare NOT Warfare' was the message of a long banner held on the central pavement
Green Party Leader Natalie Bennett speaking
about the UK's failed foreign policy and massive arms supply at the root of the world's worst refugee crisis since the Second World War.
Simon from Occupy The Arms Fair relays some of the online comments about the previous four days of action
Rita Chadha of Refugee and Migrant Forum of Essex and London speaks about the problems of supporting
refugees and asylum seekers in London, many of whom are left destitute.
Cecil of Black Dissidents speaks about the racism behind the treatment of migrants
Spike of Veterans for Peace reads a poem 'War Machine'.
Alex Scrivener (Global Justice Now) on the global inequalities that are part of the cause of migration and refugee flows
Kiarash who fled here from Iran where he had been imprisoned for two years speaks about the problems he had when the ~Home Office would not believe his story. He went on hunger strike when they wanted to send him back to Iran.
Paper boats on the fencing around Excel
'Safe passage for refugees now'
'Free Movement for People Not Weapons'
A speaker in the 'I stop the arms trade' movement t-shirt
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