#AsylumforAderonke – Demos to Hand in Petitions
Aderonke is a LGBT and human rights campaigner from Nigeria who has spent 10 years seeking asylum in the UK. She has fought tirelessly for equal rights for everyone and against injustice everywhere. Now she needs your support.
On Friday 11 April we will be holding demonstrations in both London and Liverpool to hand in to the Home Office Aderonke’s petition which has received an amazing 24,000 signatures. Please come along and show your solidarity and spread the word!
Meeting 13:30 Liverpool Lime Street Station, on the steps facing St. George’s Hall. We will march to UK Visas and Immigration on Union Street to hand in the petition and show our support. Manchester Migrant Solidarity will arrange transportation from Manchester and/or will cover travelling costs for those who need it. We will also be holding a banner making session before Friday. For more info please contact:firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text 07466850588 (free for Lyca).
4-5pm outside Home Office 2 Marsham Street SW1P 4DF – Delivering petition followed by a demonstration. If you would like to help out please contact
Feel free to bring whistles, placards, banners etc. Make it loud and colourful!