Vancouver Latin American Film Festival Film: Who is Dayani Cristal?

Posted by admin on Aug 16th, 2014

Aug 31 6:30 pm

The Cinematheque (CIN)
1131 Howe Street (between Helmcken and Davie)

Stop by the NOII table when you go to see the film.

Denuncia Pública Al Gobierno Mexicano Ante El Tribunal Permanente De Los Pueblos

Posted by admin on Aug 8th, 2014

Convocatoria respaldada por No One is Illegal Vancouver e impulsada por Legacy of Equality, Leadership and Organizing (LELO), además de organizaciones comunitarias en Oregon y el Estado de Washigton (listadas al final del texto), cuya acción se celebrará los días 13 y 14 de septiembre en Seattle, Washington.

¿Eres mexicanx, migrante, refugiado, trabajador temporal, uno de los millones de sobrevivientes de la eterna crisis económica-social de México que tuvo que dejarlo TODO para venir a Canadá en busca de una vida segura, libre, en paz?

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Videos from TFW WTF? Forum

Posted by admin on Aug 7th, 2014

Daniel Tseghay

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TFW? WTF: A Roundtable Discussion

Posted by admin on Jun 6th, 2014

Daniel Tseghay of NOII and Mainlander will host a roundtable with:


Performance by Sol Diana!

Tuesday June 17th at 6:30 pm
YWCA Hotel (733 Beatty Street, near Stadium Skytrain)
Unceded Coast Salish Territories (Sḵwx̱wú7mesh, xʷməθkwəy̓əm and Selilwitulh nations)
(accessibility info below)

To RSVP on Facebook:

Since 2003, the number of Temporary Foreign Workers (TFW’s) in Canada has more than tripled. The push for expansion of the TFW Program has largely come from employers’ organizations and business lobbies. Meanwhile permanent pathways to residency have been drastically impacted – from exclusionary refugee laws to cuts to family sponsorships.
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NOII statement (English / Punjabi ): Commemorating 100 years of the Komagata Maru

Posted by admin on May 21st, 2014


Download flyer in English and Punjabi here

100 YEARS AGO the 376 passengers of Komagata Maru were refused entry into British Columbia by Canadian immigration officers. They experienced racism and hostility. Their inability to land caused hardship for the passengers, who soon lacked food and water, were denied access to medical attention, to communication with their family and to proper legal counsel.

As we commemorate this resilient journey and the determination of people, we honour their legacy including descendents who have persevered and established their lives here despite so many barriers. Now, 100 years later, the story of the Komogata Maru is being celebrated as an historical event that occurred at a time when “Our city looked very different”.

For many however, these changes are not evident.

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