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Introduction
The No one is Illegal campaign of Montreal is part of a worldwide movement of resistance for justice and the right to self-determination for (im)migrants, refugees and indigenous people.


BUILDING RESISTANCE TO DISPLACEMENT DISPOSSESSION AND CRIMINALIZATION OF OUR COMMUNITIES !

Our campaign is in public confronataion with the Canadian state, denouncing and taking action to combat racial profiling, detention and deportation, police and law enforcement brutality, exploitation and wage-slave conditions.

OUR ACTIVITIES:

ASSEMBLIES/ PUBLIC EVENTS: Organized on various issues to share information, raise awareness & build collective strategies.

DIRECT ACTION CASEWORK: (delegations, airport actions) with directly affected individuals to confront policy makers & achieve concrete results

AIRPORT ACTIONS: We actively flyer in airports to raise awareness about the reality of the deportation industry.

ANTI-WAR ACTIONS: We seek to incorporate and further an analysis on the streets that links the war at home to the war abroad.


CAMPAIGNS

Solidarity Across Borders [Solidarité sans frontières] is a Montreal-area campaign initiated by several groups active in defending the rights of migrants, immigrants and refugees. The majority of groups within Solidarity Across Borders are self-organized committees of persons directly affected by repressive anti-immigrant and .anti-terrorist. laws and regulations in Fortress North America.

Solidarity Across Borders comes together in support of four principal demands: 1) The regularization of all non-status persons; 2) An end to deportations; 3) An end to the detention of migrants, immigrants and refugees; 4) The abolition of security certificates. Moreover, we support the specific demands of the various groups that comprise Solidarity Across Borders, including the various sanctuary cases in Montreal.
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