Networking Newsletter: Issue 31 (Dec 2000)
Welcome to the 31st issue...

...with enough hot news to keep off those winter colds! But if you want to brave the cold, there's plenty of activities and events to get stuck in to. For those that prefer to stay at home in the warm and make friends, there's a huge contacts list.

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This Issue's Top Stories

One World on the Move
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  • As'da be a demo - demonstration at the Hulme Asda organised by the Manchester Committee to Defend Asylum Seekers
  • Community Exchange
  • European Car Free Day feedback

Clash Avoidance Calendar

The hardcopy of the Networking Newsletter includes a double-page colour pull out "clash avoidance calendar" which gives a graphical description of who's doing what, when and where.

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