Freedom of Movement 2.0 – Imagining a world without borders

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Freedom of Movement 2.0 took place in London on Saturday 15 February 2020. Organised by Global Justice Now, it explored the idea of free movement for all and imagined a world where people are free from the shackles of borders.

The Canary‘s Afroze Fatima Zaidi spoke with organisers about the event of the ideas behind it.

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