http://www.worldwrite.org.uk/dev/site/archive/cities.html eurotour!! RCP communist LIES:child abusers-see page 3 below Made up quotes including from ME- with their rascist disregard of DIARY was requested to keep-in favour of the inferiors whites’ comments- – rascists timewasters-

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RCP/Macintyres/ White in general -Media at work/ academai….Destroying our lives and happiness for our money -abuses of our bodies also and minds with their LIES

with their paranioa ‘problems’ as usual white people treating ME like some dsort of cleaning machine for yrs since 20 yrs of their abuses financial probs and HEALTH issues -whenever they can-a form of abuse by whites DEMAMING HELP-when they dont even require IT- WE not their ‘help’/ servants!we dont even need their money so they tsker what they can from us, our lives, house jobs security-bank accounts….you name it they are not called GOPHERS for nothing- they are kidnappers and not gavins nor my JOB to suck up to their lowlife sort their dirty rascists pigs NHS staff and coteries of fraud lawyers- staarting with The Rechys Boyfriend Andrew Biggard at Macklay Murray and Spends-some sort of unauthorised unregulated ‘legal firm’.

Especially as the MACINTYRES seem to think -oin terms of ouir marriage-baause those sort cannot afford acctual staff these days or not so many of them-those they are not willing to take to bed and who would keep their dirty little sectrets for no or little pay-so they think they can keep their secrets in mental hospitsl or plce torture of innocent ppl like me and G-His ‘mother’ a manipulative IDIOT whore- cannot comprehend her attitute-definitely not the right sort- she alsop seems to have murdered her husband Robert and three other bfs since- her new partenr doed not spend any time with her- also seems to have killed his wife through abuse+neglect for her mansion and money- these ppl cannot use excuse of mental health when driving others to suicide/illness probs to cover up crimes and frauds-and expect ppl like ME to look after them- dirty exploiting rascists usders- and they never accept anybody that may ‘help’ of be friends with them- despite our ten yr marriage his ‘mother’ and rest of them constant attacks on us both and including PORK every time we HAVE to see them for asny reason- nothing in Rechys fridge expect BACON UGH-we get the messaage- gavin and emigrated twice- they have NO reason to stalk us they are total frauds LOWLIVES SCUM + lo and behold anyone who happens to reminds them of this! abuses of our bodies also and minds with their LIES

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Cities on the Tour
London, UK
Birmingham and Nottingham, UK
Paris, France
Frankfurt, Germany
Berlin, Germany
Strasbourg, France

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The European Exchange and Tour: Birmingham and Nottingham
On Friday 2 August Eurotourers are splitting into two groups to visit Birmingham and Nottingham. Join them at some of the following events:

14:00hrs Reception at the Angle Gallery, Dakota Buildings, James Street Birmingham B1 followed by tour of Birmingham presented by Birmingham City Council followed by a reception with the Mayor.

15:00hrs At the Nottingham WORLDwrite Centre, King John’s Arcade, Bridlesmith Gate, Notts City Centre. Chill out at a special reception with continental cuisine.

Saturday 3 August
Nottingham

11:30hrs A Special film screening for the Eurotour ’96 at Nottingham’s famous Broadway Cinema followed by a multi-media panel discussion on racism and youth in contemporary Britain. Panelists include representatives from the School Campaign Against Militarism, Broadway cinema, Nottingham Intermedia centre and the British Film Institute.

15:30hrs Press reception/conference for the Eurotour ’96 exchange students at the Broadway cafe.

17:00hrs Visit to the Galleries of Justice, followed by a mock trial in Nottingham’s oldest courtroom. This will involve exchange students as judge, jurors, the accused, counsel for the prosecution and for the defence. The event will be conducted by local and national civil liberty lawyers. Participants will also have the opportunity to meet with local juvenile offenders, aged from 11 to 16 years.

21:00hrs onwards- Chill out in the basement bar at Bellamy’s. Followed by a visit to the Rock City nightclub as a VIP guest.

Birmingham

10:00hrs Visit to the Saddam Hussein Mosque, followed by discussion with the Midland Refugee Council
Picnic lunch in Cannon Hill Park
PM Visit to Pebble Mill TV studios
Complementary Night Out in Birmingham
Sunday 4 August
Nottingham and Birmingham Joint Day

14:00hrs Picnic and activities at Holme Pierepoint international watersports centre. Activities include a sponsored raft race with students from all over Europe.

Monday 5 August

07:30hrs Say Goodbye outside Birmingham TV studios opposite Centenary Square as the Eurotourers leave the UK.

Click here to go back to list of places.

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“We’ve got to change the world to give people the equality that they deserve.”
Amina Khan,
Age 17 years
Cadbury College, Birmingham

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“We’ve got to change the world to give people the equality that they deserve.”
Amina Khan,
Age 17 years
Cadbury College, Birmingham

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“We need to remind people that this is our world and that we should not and do not have to accept anything but peace and equality.”

Naomi Townshend, Age 16 years
Toot Hill Comprehensive, Nottingham
Tomomi Masuno
Exchange guest from Hiroshima

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“War is the greatest problem facing humanity. It is always blamed on people in the third world. This tour is about reposing the problem. In Europe we live in the countries most responsible for war.”

David Clewitt,
Age 18 years
Cadbury College, Birmingham

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“People are getting dumped on by governments and a lot of worse things. I’m glad I’m in a position to be able to think about these things and take action.”

Paul Whittaker
Age 17 years
Edinburgh

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“If we want to change things then we can only do so with other people.”

Alice Marshment
Age 17 years
Blue Coat School
Liverpool

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“I’m not interested in just sitting around and watching the world go by, I want toget out and do something about it”

Simon Alderson
Age 16 years
St Thomas Aquinas High School
Edinburgh

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“So many people I know are into saving trees, they must have no ambition, I’m into saving humanity”

Jenny Swift
Age 17 years
Stevenson college
Edinburgh

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“I am excited about going to Germany. I want to learn more about the role German youth played in the fight against facism, this is something that we never hear about in Britain”

James Handley
Age 18 years
Nottingham

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“For me the Eurotour is about getting a much wider education and life experience”

Erika Larmont
Age 15 years
James Gillespies High School
Edinburgh

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“The Eurotour is about achieving peace between fellow human beings”

Atif Chaudhary
Age 15 years
Craigmont High School
Edinburgh

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“Fredi and Jeraldo are brothers who made an incredible journey from Mozambique to get here. It took them four and half months and they did it mostly on foot. On arrival in this so called ‘promised land’ they were arrested and are now awaiting deportation. The Eurotour is about supporting people like Fredi and Jeraldo and campaigning for an open door”

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How You Can Help
WORLDwrite needs you to help build an international anti-war, anti-racist network. Are you angry? Inspired? Creative? Or curious? Get in touch now and find out what you can do. There are a million possibilities, you could for example:

Host a WORLDwrite presentation in your school or college
Help with fundraising from benefits to bungee jumps
Take part in the 1997 exchange visit to Ghana
Join the WORLDwrite chats on the net
Become a WORLDwrite researcher
Help with press work and publicity
Become the coolest designer for WORLDwrite in 1997
Produce a theme tune for the project
Join the WORLDwrite weekends and international events
For more info and to get cracking, email: chrise@easynet.co.uk or ‘phone Ceri on +44 181 802 9688 or write to:

WORLDwrite,
28a Portland Rise,
Manor House,
London N4 2PP.

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Jugendklub Get Alive Frankfurt e.V.
The Frankfurter Jugendklub has come along way in a short space of time. It started out as a small group of school students who began to discuss what they could do about the rise of racism in Germany. Now, The Frankfurter Jugendklub are partners with WORLDwrite LIVE in this summer’s European Tour and Exchange. They have not only put enormous energy into the European Tour and Exchange but are now involved in many other areas. They have campaigned against internet censorship and debated what could be done to challenge the economic sanctions destroying Iraq. They have now began to investigate the drugs panic in Germany and are critically investigating what is behind the so called ‘liberalisation’ of drugs.

The Jugendklub Get Alive Frankfurt is a new and ambitious youth project for the nineties.

Take a look at their great home page (in German, of course!).

If you would like to know more then email Peter Dinkelaker: fxggf210@rz.uni-frankfurt.de and get involved.

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Internet Link Up
While students are on tour across Europe there are two opportunities to link up with them on the net, check on their progress and give your comments.

Wednesday 31 July at 20:00 BST (19:00 GMT)
Eurotourers will be in Cyberia Internet Cafe, Whitfield Street London, UK.
You can join in a live internet chat.

Wednesday 7 August
Eurotourers will be in Cyberia Internet Cafe, George-Pompidou Centre, Paris.

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FRANÇAIS

DEUTSCHE

THE STRASBOURG SUMMIT
The Worldwrite 1996 Youth Summit at the Ciarus Centre, Strasbourg, will be the first in Europe to be organised by and for young people. We will address the fundamental causes of militarism and racism in Europe and the third world and plan for a future without prejudice, racial oppression or border controls.

The Summit is structured to include workshops and open discussions on Population and Racism, European Law and Youth Representation, amongst others. There will also be presentations from holocaust survivors and members of the Swing Kids resistance.

Youth groups from all across Europe have an open invitation to attend for the day, along with members of the European parliament, celebrities and the international press.

The Strasbourg Summit marks the culmination of the 1996 Eurotour.

STRASBOURG SUMMIT AGENDA
The summit starts at 09.00hrs on Saturday 17 August 1996

at:

Ciarus Centre International,
7 rue Finkmatt 67000 Strasbourg

Workshops will include:

Rewriting the Holocaust
Racism and Militarism in Europe
Genocide – What does it mean?
War in Europe
Slideshow of the Eurotour
Beyond Europe’s Borders
For further information email: Naomi Townshend and Sally-Anne Harris c/o chrise@easynet.co.uk or write to:

Naomi Townshend and Sally-Anne Harris,
WORLDwrite
28a, Portland Rise,
Manor House,
London N4 2PP
Tel/Fax: (+44) 181 802 9688

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Africa Youth Exchange ’97
Africa Impact (registered charity no. 1058035), WORLDwrite, Jugendklub Get Alive Frankfurt e.V and The Angle Gallery (registered charity no. 1051539), are jointly organising an exchange visit to Ghana in West Africa for young people in August 1997. This exchange will be an excellent opportunity for young people to discover what they have in common and challenge the prevailing Western prejudice that Africans are different. For example, do all African youth want to own cars, use the Internet and go on foreign holidays – things we in the West take for granted? The exchange will create an opportunity for young people to see for themselves what African youth want.

In the run up to the exchange, Africa Impact, WORLDwrite and Jugendklub Get Alive Frankfurt will commission a large number of research projects with young people on Africa comprising: the environment, gender, urban/rural migration, ethnicity, history, economics, international relations and political structures. A new web site will be launched this August with an appeal for hardware to enable school students in Ghana and Britain to link up through the Internet. The impact of the exchange will be enhanced with report-back presentations in schools and youth clubs across Britain, as well as the publication of research reports.

WORLDwrite is committed to promoting anti-racist initiatives, with much experience in organising international exchange visits. In 1995, on the fiftieth anniversary of the atomic bomb, WORLDwrite organised a highly successful school students’ exchange visit to Hiroshima in Japan. In August 1996 Worldwrite organised an anti-racist tour of Europe – culminating in a youth summit in Strasbourg. Located in Birmingham, the Angle Gallery is committed to opposing censorship of the arts and has staged a number of exhibitions featuring anti-racist themes. Africa Impact are a voluntary project assisting the school students involved with their research projects. Jugendklub Get Alive Frankfurt e.V are a German charity with an inspiring track record of organising anti-racist youth initiatives.

Fund-raising events and efforts to obtain sponsorships are also a vital area of preparation that will start immediately. At least £90,000 is needed to finance the exchange, including the return visit to Britain by Ghanaian youth. Everyone, whatever their age, is welcome to join this exciting initiative and use their skills and experience to make it a success.

If you can help out or would like further details email: chrise@easynet.co.uk or ‘phone Ceri on +44 171 242 3533 or write to:

Africa Youth Exchange,
c/o WORLDwrite Centre,
14 Theobalds Road,
London WC1X 8PF.

Gareth Little and Hayley Chappell (with Fredi and Jeraldo Cosimis school age students from Mozambique campaigning against deportation)
Age 17 years
Ebbw Vale Comprehensive
Gwent

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“We need to remind people that this is our world and that we should not and do not have to accept anything but peace and equality.”

Naomi Townshend, Age 16 years
Toot Hill Comprehensive, Nottingham
Tomomi Masuno
Exchange guest from Hiroshima

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“War is the greatest problem facing humanity. It is always blamed on people in the third world. This tour is about reposing the problem. In Europe we live in the countries most responsible for war.”

David Clewitt,
Age 18 years
Cadbury College, Birmingham

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“People are getting dumped on by governments and a lot of worse things. I’m glad I’m in a position to be able to think about these things and take action.”

Paul Whittaker
Age 17 years
Edinburgh

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“If we want to change things then we can only do so with other people.”

Alice Marshment
Age 17 years
Blue Coat School
Liverpool

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“I’m not interested in just sitting around and watching the world go by, I want toget out and do something about it”

Simon Alderson
Age 16 years
St Thomas Aquinas High School
Edinburgh

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“So many people I know are into saving trees, they must have no ambition, I’m into saving humanity”

Jenny Swift
Age 17 years
Stevenson college
Edinburgh

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“I am excited about going to Germany. I want to learn more about the role German youth played in the fight against facism, this is something that we never hear about in Britain”

James Handley
Age 18 years
Nottingham

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“For me the Eurotour is about getting a much wider education and life experience”

Erika Larmont
Age 15 years
James Gillespies High School
Edinburgh

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“The Eurotour is about achieving peace between fellow human beings”

Atif Chaudhary
Age 15 years
Craigmont High School
Edinburgh

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“Fredi and Jeraldo are brothers who made an incredible journey from Mozambique to get here. It took them four and half months and they did it mostly on foot. On arrival in this so called ‘promised land’ they were arrested and are now awaiting deportation. The Eurotour is about supporting people like Fredi and Jeraldo and campaigning for an open door”

Gareth Little and Hayley Chappell (with Fredi and Jeraldo Cosimis school age students from Mozambique campaigning against deportation)
Age 17 years
Ebbw Vale Comprehensive
Gwent

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