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Assemblée d’organisation de la campagne UN STATUT POUR TOUTES ET TOUSSTATUS FOR ALL Organizing AssemblyAsamblea de organización de la campaña

STATUS FOR ALL Organizing Assembly
SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 2012
1pm-4pm
at 1500 de Maisonneuve Ouest, #204
(métro Guy-Concordia)

– Wheelchair accessible.
– Childcare available on-site (please get in touch a day before to confirm if you’ll need childcare).
– Snacks and drinks.
– The assembly will take place in French, English & Spanish, with whisper translation available for all three languages.
– Please let us know about any other access needs or requests.

INFO: solidaritesansfrontieres@gmail.com –             514-848-7583       – www.solidaritesansfrontieres.org

Proposed Agenda (1-4pm):
– Welcome/Facilitation
– Background to the Status for All campaign
– Introductions
– Decision-making
– Presentation on proposed events
– Decision on poster
– Committees and Timeline
(proposed committees include: propaganda, media (including videos), neighborhood mobilizing, benefit show, community dinner, logistics, art)
– Small group discussions
– Final plenary
———-This coming May 2012, Solidarity Across Borders, Dignidad Migrante, Mexicans United for Regularization, No One Is Illegal, and the Immigrant Workers Center will together be organizing events and actions on the theme “Status for All”. The culmination of our mobilizing efforts will be a “Status for All” march on the streets of Montreal on May 26, 2012. We are also planning a migrant justice Mayday contingent, a benefit show and a community dinner. Leading up to May, there will be active community outreach efforts in Montreal neighborhoods.This year’s Status for All mobilization builds on a year of continued actions and mobilizing. Migrants such as Paola Ortiz and Victor Morales have publicly fought against removal orders, and have mobilized campaigns around their cases. Recently a group of non-status migrants, Mexicans United for Regularization (MUR), has formed to self-organize for regularization and against deportations. In Canada’s detention centers, migrants continue to resist, including public hunger strikes in Niagra (Ontario) and British Columbia. This past October, a Solidarity City conference continued the efforts for safe access to services like education, health care, shelters, housing and food banks.

The Status for All Organizing Assembly is coming together in full support of the following demands: i) Status for All, meaning a comprehensive, inclusive and ongoing regularization program for all non-status people; ii) an end to deportations and detentions; iii) an end to the double punishment of migrants with criminal records; iv) support for a Solidarity City which means, in part, full access to services such as health care, education, housing, food, shelters and more. The Status for All Organizing Assembly will support these demands by organizing for a march on May 26, as well as building events such as a MayDay contingent, benefit show, community dinner, as well as outreach efforts in Montreal neighborhoods.

INFO: solidaritesansfrontieres@gmail.com –             514-848-7583       – www.solidaritesansfrontieres.org

– An invitation from Solidarity Across Borders, Dignidad Migrante, Mexicans United for Regularization, No One Is Illegal, & the Immigrant Workers Center
– Solidarity Across Borders & Dignidad Migrante are working groups of QPIRG Concordia.
– VIDEO: Status for All: //www.youtube.com/watch?v=za8n_BTy2O0
STATUS FOR ALL Organizing Assembly
SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 2012
1pm-4pm
at 1500 de Maisonneuve Ouest, #204
(métro Guy-Concordia)

– Wheelchair accessible.
– Childcare available on-site (please get in touch a day before to confirm if you’ll need childcare).
– Snacks and drinks.
– The assembly will take place in French, English & Spanish, with whisper translation available for all three languages.
– Please let us know about any other access needs or requests.

INFO: solidaritesansfrontieres@gmail.com –             514-848-7583       – www.solidaritesansfrontieres.org

Proposed Agenda (1-4pm):
– Welcome/Facilitation
– Background to the Status for All campaign
– Introductions
– Decision-making
– Presentation on proposed events
– Decision on poster
– Committees and Timeline
(proposed committees include: propaganda, media (including videos), neighborhood mobilizing, benefit show, community dinner, logistics, art)
– Small group discussions
– Final plenary
———-This coming May 2012, Solidarity Across Borders, Dignidad Migrante, Mexicans United for Regularization, No One Is Illegal, and the Immigrant Workers Center will together be organizing events and actions on the theme “Status for All”. The culmination of our mobilizing efforts will be a “Status for All” march on the streets of Montreal on May 26, 2012. We are also planning a migrant justice Mayday contingent, a benefit show and a community dinner. Leading up to May, there will be active community outreach efforts in Montreal neighborhoods.

This year’s Status for All mobilization builds on a year of continued actions and mobilizing. Migrants such as Paola Ortiz and Victor Morales have publicly fought against removal orders, and have mobilized campaigns around their cases. Recently a group of non-status migrants, Mexicans United for Regularization (MUR), has formed to self-organize for regularization and against deportations. In Canada’s detention centers, migrants continue to resist, including public hunger strikes in Niagra (Ontario) and British Columbia. This past October, a Solidarity City conference continued the efforts for safe access to services like education, health care, shelters, housing and food banks.

The Status for All Organizing Assembly is coming together in full support of the following demands: i) Status for All, meaning a comprehensive, inclusive and ongoing regularization program for all non-status people; ii) an end to deportations and detentions; iii) an end to the double punishment of migrants with criminal records; iv) support for a Solidarity City which means, in part, full access to services such as health care, education, housing, food, shelters and more. The Status for All Organizing Assembly will support these demands by organizing for a march on May 26, as well as building events such as a MayDay contingent, benefit show, community dinner, as well as outreach efforts in Montreal neighborhoods.

INFO: solidaritesansfrontieres@gmail.com –             514-848-7583       – www.solidaritesansfrontieres.org

– An invitation from Solidarity Across Borders, Dignidad Migrante, Mexicans United for Regularization, No One Is Illegal, & the Immigrant Workers Center
– Solidarity Across Borders & Dignidad Migrante are working groups of QPIRG Concordia.
– VIDEO: Status for All: //www.youtube.com/watch?v=za8n_BTy2O0
STATUS FOR ALL Organizing Assembly
SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 2012
1pm-4pm
at 1500 de Maisonneuve Ouest, #204
(métro Guy-Concordia)

– Wheelchair accessible.
– Childcare available on-site (please get in touch a day before to confirm if you’ll need childcare).
– Snacks and drinks.
– The assembly will take place in French, English & Spanish, with whisper translation available for all three languages.
– Please let us know about any other access needs or requests.

INFO: solidaritesansfrontieres@gmail.com –             514-848-7583       – www.solidaritesansfrontieres.org

Proposed Agenda (1-4pm):
– Welcome/Facilitation
– Background to the Status for All campaign
– Introductions
– Decision-making
– Presentation on proposed events
– Decision on poster
– Committees and Timeline
(proposed committees include: propaganda, media (including videos), neighborhood mobilizing, benefit show, community dinner, logistics, art)
– Small group discussions
– Final plenary
———-This coming May 2012, Solidarity Across Borders, Dignidad Migrante, Mexicans United for Regularization, No One Is Illegal, and the Immigrant Workers Center will together be organizing events and actions on the theme “Status for All”. The culmination of our mobilizing efforts will be a “Status for All” march on the streets of Montreal on May 26, 2012. We are also planning a migrant justice Mayday contingent, a benefit show and a community dinner. Leading up to May, there will be active community outreach efforts in Montreal neighborhoods.

This year’s Status for All mobilization builds on a year of continued actions and mobilizing. Migrants such as Paola Ortiz and Victor Morales have publicly fought against removal orders, and have mobilized campaigns around their cases. Recently a group of non-status migrants, Mexicans United for Regularization (MUR), has formed to self-organize for regularization and against deportations. In Canada’s detention centers, migrants continue to resist, including public hunger strikes in Niagra (Ontario) and British Columbia. This past October, a Solidarity City conference continued the efforts for safe access to services like education, health care, shelters, housing and food banks.

The Status for All Organizing Assembly is coming together in full support of the following demands: i) Status for All, meaning a comprehensive, inclusive and ongoing regularization program for all non-status people; ii) an end to deportations and detentions; iii) an end to the double punishment of migrants with criminal records; iv) support for a Solidarity City which means, in part, full access to services such as health care, education, housing, food, shelters and more. The Status for All Organizing Assembly will support these demands by organizing for a march on May 26, as well as building events such as a MayDay contingent, benefit show, community dinner, as well as outreach efforts in Montreal neighborhoods.

INFO: solidaritesansfrontieres@gmail.com –             514-848-7583       – www.solidaritesansfrontieres.org

– An invitation from Solidarity Across Borders, Dignidad Migrante, Mexicans United for Regularization, No One Is Illegal, & the Immigrant Workers Center
– Solidarity Across Borders & Dignidad Migrante are working groups of QPIRG Concordia.
– VIDEO: Status for All: //www.youtube.com/watch?v=za8n_BTy2O0
STATUS FOR ALL Organizing Assembly
SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 2012
1pm-4pm
at 1500 de Maisonneuve Ouest, #204
(métro Guy-Concordia)

– Wheelchair accessible.
– Childcare available on-site (please get in touch a day before to confirm if you’ll need childcare).
– Snacks and drinks.
– The assembly will take place in French, English & Spanish, with whisper translation available for all three languages.
– Please let us know about any other access needs or requests.

INFO: solidaritesansfrontieres@gmail.com –             514-848-7583       – www.solidaritesansfrontieres.org

Proposed Agenda (1-4pm):
– Welcome/Facilitation
– Background to the Status for All campaign
– Introductions
– Decision-making
– Presentation on proposed events
– Decision on poster
– Committees and Timeline
(proposed committees include: propaganda, media (including videos), neighborhood mobilizing, benefit show, community dinner, logistics, art)
– Small group discussions
– Final plenary
———-This coming May 2012, Solidarity Across Borders, Dignidad MigranteMexicans United for Regularization, No One Is Illegal, and the Immigrant Workers Center will together be organizing events and actions on the theme “Status for All”. The culmination of our mobilizing efforts will be a “Status for All” march on the streets of Montreal on May 26, 2012. We are also planning a migrant justice Mayday contingent, a benefit show and a community dinner. Leading up to May, there will be active community outreach efforts in Montreal neighborhoods.

This year’s Status for All mobilization builds on a year of continued actions and mobilizing. Migrants such as Paola Ortiz and Victor Morales have publicly fought against removal orders, and have mobilized campaigns around their cases. Recently a group of non-status migrants, Mexicans United for Regularization (MUR), has formed to self-organize for regularization and against deportations. In Canada’s detention centers, migrants continue to resist, including public hunger strikes in Niagra (Ontario) and British Columbia. This past October, a Solidarity City conference continued the efforts for safe access to services like education, health care, shelters, housing and food banks.

The Status for All Organizing Assembly is coming together in full support of the following demands: i) Status for All, meaning a comprehensive, inclusive and ongoing regularization program for all non-status people; ii) an end to deportations and detentions; iii) an end to the double punishment of migrants with criminal records; iv) support for a Solidarity City which means, in part, full access to services such as health care, education, housing, food, shelters and more. The Status for All Organizing Assembly will support these demands by organizing for a march on May 26, as well as building events such as a MayDay contingent, benefit show, community dinner, as well as outreach efforts in Montreal neighborhoods.

INFO: solidaritesansfrontieres@gmail.com –             514-848-7583       – www.solidaritesansfrontieres.org

– An invitation from Solidarity Across Borders, Dignidad Migrante, Mexicans United for Regularization, No One Is Illegal, & the Immigrant Workers Center
– Solidarity Across Borders & Dignidad Migrante are working groups of QPIRG Concordia.
– VIDEO: Status for All: //www.youtube.com/watch?v=za8n_BTy2O0
STATUS FOR ALL Organizing Assembly
SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 2012
1pm-4pm
at 1500 de Maisonneuve Ouest, #204
(métro Guy-Concordia)

– Wheelchair accessible.
– Childcare available on-site (please get in touch a day before to confirm if you’ll need childcare).
– Snacks and drinks.
– The assembly will take place in French, English & Spanish, with whisper translation available for all three languages.
– Please let us know about any other access needs or requests.

INFO: solidaritesansfrontieres@gmail.com –             514-848-7583       – www.solidaritesansfrontieres.org

Proposed Agenda (1-4pm):
– Welcome/Facilitation
– Background to the Status for All campaign
– Introductions
– Decision-making
– Presentation on proposed events
– Decision on poster
– Committees and Timeline
(proposed committees include: propaganda, media (including videos), neighborhood mobilizing, benefit show, community dinner, logistics, art)
– Small group discussions
– Final plenary
———-This coming May 2012, Solidarity Across Borders, Dignidad MigranteMexicans United for Regularization, No One Is Illegal, and the Immigrant Workers Center will together be organizing events and actions on the theme “Status for All”. The culmination of our mobilizing efforts will be a “Status for All” march on the streets of Montreal on May 26, 2012. We are also planning a migrant justice Mayday contingent, a benefit show and a community dinner. Leading up to May, there will be active community outreach efforts in Montreal neighborhoods.

This year’s Status for All mobilization builds on a year of continued actions and mobilizing. Migrants such as Paola Ortiz and Victor Morales have publicly fought against removal orders, and have mobilized campaigns around their cases. Recently a group of non-status migrants, Mexicans United for Regularization (MUR), has formed to self-organize for regularization and against deportations. In Canada’s detention centers, migrants continue to resist, including public hunger strikes in Niagra (Ontario) and British Columbia. This past October, a Solidarity City conference continued the efforts for safe access to services like education, health care, shelters, housing and food banks.

The Status for All Organizing Assembly is coming together in full support of the following demands: i) Status for All, meaning a comprehensive, inclusive and ongoing regularization program for all non-status people; ii) an end to deportations and detentions; iii) an end to the double punishment of migrants with criminal records; iv) support for a Solidarity City which means, in part, full access to services such as health care, education, housing, food, shelters and more. The Status for All Organizing Assembly will support these demands by organizing for a march on May 26, as well as building events such as a MayDay contingent, benefit show, community dinner, as well as outreach efforts in Montreal neighborhoods.

INFO: solidaritesansfrontieres@gmail.com –             514-848-7583       – www.solidaritesansfrontieres.org

– An invitation from Solidarity Across Borders, Dignidad Migrante, Mexicans United for Regularization, No One Is Illegal, & the Immigrant Workers Center
– Solidarity Across Borders & Dignidad Migrante are working groups of QPIRG Concordia.
– VIDEO: Status for All: //www.youtube.com/watch?v=za8n_BTy2O0

STATUS FOR ALL Organizing Assembly
SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 2012
1pm-4pm
at 1500 de Maisonneuve Ouest, #204
(métro Guy-Concordia)

– Wheelchair accessible.
– Childcare available on-site (please get in touch a day before to confirm if you’ll need childcare).
– Snacks and drinks.
– The assembly will take place in French, English & Spanish, with whisper translation available for all three languages.
– Please let us know about any other access needs or requests.

INFO: solidaritesansfrontieres@gmail.com –             514-848-7583       – www.solidaritesansfrontieres.org

Proposed Agenda (1-4pm):
– Welcome/Facilitation
– Background to the Status for All campaign
– Introductions
– Decision-making
– Presentation on proposed events
– Decision on poster
– Committees and Timeline
(proposed committees include: propaganda, media (including videos), neighborhood mobilizing, benefit show, community dinner, logistics, art)
– Small group discussions
– Final plenary
———-This coming May 2012, Solidarity Across Borders, Dignidad MigranteMexicans United for Regularization, No One Is Illegal, and the Immigrant Workers Center will together be organizing events and actions on the theme “Status for All”. The culmination of our mobilizing efforts will be a “Status for All” march on the streets of Montreal on May 26, 2012. We are also planning a migrant justice Mayday contingent, a benefit show and a community dinner. Leading up to May, there will be active community outreach efforts in Montreal neighborhoods.

This year’s Status for All mobilization builds on a year of continued actions and mobilizing. Migrants such as Paola Ortiz and Victor Morales have publicly fought against removal orders, and have mobilized campaigns around their cases. Recently a group of non-status migrants, Mexicans United for Regularization (MUR), has formed to self-organize for regularization and against deportations. In Canada’s detention centers, migrants continue to resist, including public hunger strikes in Niagra (Ontario) and British Columbia. This past October, a Solidarity City conference continued the efforts for safe access to services like education, health care, shelters, housing and food banks.

The Status for All Organizing Assembly is coming together in full support of the following demands: i) Status for All, meaning a comprehensive, inclusive and ongoing regularization program for all non-status people; ii) an end to deportations and detentions; iii) an end to the double punishment of migrants with criminal records; iv) support for a Solidarity City which means, in part, full access to services such as health care, education, housing, food, shelters and more. The Status for All Organizing Assembly will support these demands by organizing for a march on May 26, as well as building events such as a MayDay contingent, benefit show, community dinner, as well as outreach efforts in Montreal neighborhoods.

INFO: solidaritesansfrontieres@gmail.com –             514-848-7583       – www.solidaritesansfrontieres.org

– An invitation from Solidarity Across Borders, Dignidad Migrante, Mexicans United for Regularization, No One Is Illegal, & the Immigrant Workers Center
– Solidarity Across Borders & Dignidad Migrante are working groups of QPIRG Concordia.
– VIDEO: Status for All: //www.youtube.com/watch?v=za8n_BTy2O0

 

Asamblea de organización de la campaña
PAPELES PARA TODAS Y TODOS
EL DOMINGO 22 DE ENERO DEL 2012
13h-16h
En el 1500 de Maisonneuve oeste, #204
(métro Guy-Concordia)

– Accesible a las sillas de ruedas
– Guardería disponible en el mismo jugar (si usted necesita el servicio de guardería, favor de avisarnos por lo menos con un día de anticipación)
– Botanas
– La asamblea se desarrollará en francés, inglés y español; habrá traducciones cuchicheadas hacia estos 3 idiomas.
– Favor de contactarnos por cualquier otra necesidad relacionada con la accesibilidad.

INFO: solidaritesansfrontieres@gmail.com –             514-848-7583       – www.solidaritesansfrontieres.org

Orden del día propuesto (13h-16h) :
– Bienvenida – unas palabras del moderador(a)
– Contexto político de la campaña Papeles para todas y todos
– Lluvia de ideas
– Proceso de decisión
– Presentación de los eventos propuestos
– Elección del cartel
– Comités y calendario de eventos
(Los comités propuestos son: propaganda, media (incluyendo el comité video), movilización (por barrio), espectáculo de recaudación de fondos, cena comunitaria, logística de la marcha, arte, seguimiento).
– Discusión en pequeños grupos
– Asamblea plenaria
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Solidaridad sin Fronteras, Dignidad Migrante, Mexican@s Unidos por la Regularización, Nadie es Ilegal y el Centro de la Trabajadores y Trabajadoras Inmigrantes organizan, para el mes de mayo del 2012, una serie de actividades y acciones bajo el tema « Papeles para todas y todos ». La culminación  de nuestros esfuerzos de movilización consistirá en una marcha « Papeles para todas y todos » en la calles de Montréal el 26 de mayo del 2012. También estamos  planeando un contingente por la justicia migratoria en el marco de la manifestación del primer de mayo, un espectáculo para recaudar fondos así que una cena comunitaria. Con el fin de construir progresivamente la movilización para el mes de mayo, habrá esfuerzos de movilización en las diferentes comunidades y barrios de Montréal.

Las movilizaciones alrededor del tema « Papeles para todas y todos » se están construyendo este año a través de un programa continuo de acción y de movilización. Personas emigrantes como Paola Ortiz y Victor Morales han luchado públicamente en contra de las órdenes de deportación y han construido campañas de movilización alrededor de sus casos. Recientemente, un grupo de migrantes sin estatus, Mexicanos Unidos por la Regularización, se ha organizado con el fin de organizarse por su regularización y en contra de las deportaciones. En los centros de detención canadienses, los migrantes siguen protestando, entre otros, por el medio de huelgas de hambre en Niagara (Ontario) y en Colombia británica. En octubre, una conferencia de Ciudad Solidaria ha seguido con sus esfuerzos para otorgar un acceso seguro a servicios sociales tales como la educación, la salud, la vivienda, y los bancos de alimentos.

La asamblea de organización de la campaña « Papeles para todas y todos » se reúne con el fin de apoyar las demandas siguientes: i) Papeles para todas y todos, lo que consiste en una demanda por un programa de regularización completo, continuo y abierto a todas la personas sin estatus; ii) el cese de las deportaciones y de las detenciones; iii) la abolición de la doble pena en contra de los migrantes que tienen un antecedente penal; iv) un apoyo a Ciudad Solidaria, lo que se traduce, entre otros, por un acceso completo a servicios sociales tales como servicios de salud, de educación, vivienda, de bancos de alimentos. La asamblea de organización de « Papeles para todas y todos » apoyará estas demandas  a través de una marcha el 26 de mayo del 2012 así como por medio de diversos eventos, así como el contingente que participará en la manifestación del primero de mayo, la cena de recaudación de fondos y los esfuerzos de movilización en diferentes barrios de Montréal.

INFO: solidaritesansfrontieres@gmail.com –             514-848-7583       – www.solidaritesansfrontieres.org

– Una invitación de Solidaridad sin Fronteras, Dignidad Migrante, Mexicanos unidos por la regularización (MUR), Nadie es ilegal y el Centro de Trabajadores y Trabajadoras emigrantes 
– Solidaridad sin Fronteras & Dignidad Migrante son grupos de trabajo de GRIP-Concordia (QPIRG).
– VIDEO: Papeles para todos y todas: //www.youtube.com/watch?v=ubcmqEiKlpw