First April Solidarity Cafe

Join us on SATURDAY 9TH of April for another Cafe between 2 and 8pm at Halkevi Kurdish Community Centre (33 Dalston Lane, E8 3DF).

The space is finally wheelchair accessible (through the Tyssen Street entrance)!

2pm onwards:

– Food & drinks from rescued ingredients (‘pay-what-you-can’ down to £0)

– Craft & Coffee stall by Zapatista Solidarity Network (see link below)


Workshop on nationality and borders bill by Watch The Med Alarm Phone

Join us as we map major developments in European border controls and make links with the UK’s new draconian Nationality and Borders Bill and militarised response to Channel boat crossings. We invite everyone to join us to share existing struggles, envision new ways of resisting, and to build networks of solidarity across the No Borders Movement.


Film screening of ‘Born in Flames’


Watch The Med Alarm Phone


for the channel specific work:

Zapatista Solidarity Network (Southeast branch)




We ask everyone attending to be respectful of others.

We won’t tolerate racist, sexist, homophobic, transphobic and any other discriminatory behaviour.


The Dalston Solidarity Cafe is a space that connects a diversity of collectives, realities and individuals who by sharing their knowledge and experience will be able to offer a range of mutualistic practices. These can help the community to improve our condition and happiness, beyond the “survival mode” today’s society forces us to be in.

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