18 July 2001
Public meeting organised by the Campaign Against Criminalising Communities (CACC) (Coalition of groups Against Terrorism Act 2000)
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A public meeting is being organised by the Campaign Against Criminalising Communities:
Tuesday 31 July at 7.00 pm
Venue: Council Chambers, Camden Town Hall, Judd Street, London NW1 (near Kings X or Euston station)
Richard Norton-Taylor (journalist "The Guardian")
John Wadham (Liberty)
Tim Gopsill (NUJ, Editor "Journalist")
Paddy Hillyard (Irish writer, author of book "Suspect Community: Peoples' experiences under the PTA)
Nulifer Koc (Kurdish politician)
S Maharasingham (Tamil Action Committee)
Dr Jasdev Singh Rai (Director of the Sri Lanka Human Rights Group)
Rashid Massoudi (Algerian journalist)
Representative of the Kashmir Community Centre
The meeting will be chaired by Mark Muller (barrister, Chambers of Mark Muller)
The meeting will bring together representatives of some of the groups affected by the Terrorism Act 2000 such as the Kurds, Tamils, Sikhs, Kashmiris and Algerians as well as journalists, trade unionists, lawyers and campaigners who could be affected professionally by the new law.
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