NEWSPAPER: Building a Solidarity City

May 15, 2013
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Building a Solidarity City, a newspaper compiled by Solidarity Across Borders

Contents

What is a Solidarity City? by Solidarity Across Borders

Education for All by the Education Without Borders Collective

Food for All! Status for all! by the Food for All Committee

Updates on Public Struggles

Why Mexicans United for Regularization? by Romina Hernandez of Mexicans United for Regularization

Asylum for T by Betty of Action LGBTQ with Immigrants and Refugees (AGIR)

What is Double Punishment? by Cera Yiu of No One is Illegal – Montreal

Violence Against Women and the Precarity of Status by the South Asian Women’s Community Centre (SAWCC)

Sex Work, Migration and Anti-trafficking: an interview with Nandita Sharma by Roybn Maynard of No One is Illegal – Montreal

Struggle against the deportation of Paula Ortiz by Daniel Veron

The Wizard of POz: the rough trip back to bogusland  by Edson Emilio of AGIR

Access to Health Care

Opposing the IFHP cuts and struggling for Health Care Access for All by the Health Justice Collective (HJC)

Women with precarious status and maternal health by Médecins du Monde

Barriers to providing health care access for all by Shireen Soofi of Solidarity Across Borders

Migrant Labour

Expanding the Settler State: racialized exclusion and the Temporary Foreign Worker Program by Gwen Muir of Solidarity Across Borders

Immigration and Austerity: the invisible wall of the invisible hand by Mostafa Henaway of the Immigrant Workers Centre (IWC)

Immigrant workers denounce conditions at Dollarama warehouse excerpts from the Migrant Voices radio broadcast

Detention of Migrants

Migrant Detention: a “sad nightmare” an interview with a refugee mother on her experience in detention at Laval

Outsourcing racism: bill C-31, prison expansion, and the privitization of immigration detention by Amy Darwish & Graham Latham of the People’s Commission Network

Testimony of a Deportee a letter by Manuel Sanchez of MUR and AGIR

Funding for this project was made possible with donations from: the Quebec Public Interest Research Group (QPIRG) at Concordia University, the Quebec Public Interest Research Group (QPIRG) at McGill University, the Syndicats des professeurs et professeures de l’Université du Québec à Montréal (SPUQ-UQAM), the Confédération des syndicats nationaux (CSN) and many allied individuals.

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