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Students Not Suspects Scotland Tour - Glasgow
Tue 28 February 2017, 17:30 – 20:00 GMT
Find out about Preventing PREVENT, and surveillance of students
The impact of the Counter Terrorism and Security Act is normalizing Islamophobia and forcing public servants to act as informants. Students taking action are threatened with dismissal, arrest and huge court costs. Scottish institutions are under pressure, by the government, to produce policies, processes, and procedures to monitor students.
How can we ensure prevent implementation doesn't scapegoat our students?
This event is for anyone interested in resisting the impact of the Prevent duty and working together on ensuring the implementation doesn't negatively impact students. The speeches and workshops aim to equip students and activists with the knowledge and networks to take these campaigns on locally, IN YOUR INSTITUTIONS.
Organised by the Black Students Campaign - NUS Scotland, Federation of Student Islamic Societies (FOSIS) and the University and College Union (UCU)