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You can’t evict a movement! – Les exilé.e.s occupy a building of university Paris 8

This year, Paris is seeing one of its coldest winters in decades. The masses of snow have caused traffic and public transport chaos and have left thousands of people sleeping rough —many of them migrants— in life-endangering conditions. At the same time, the Macron administration is planning a further neoliberalization of France’s universities and keeps… Read more »

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New issue of >Daily Resistance< is out!

The latest issue of Daily Resistance is out, coming with articles in different languages, namely Arabic, Farsi, English, Turkish, French, Wolof, and German. Have a look on the PDF (part 1 / part 2) This paper is published and written by a diverse group of so-called refugees who choose not to accept their disfranchisement by… Read more »

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Bericht vom 2 Prozesstag #luxTrial

English Bericht vom 2.Prozesstag. Wieder waren viele Unterstützer*innen da.Der Tag heute begann mit einem Polizeizeugen. Seine Aussage war geprägt von der Interpretation March4Freedom-Website und Vermutungen. Danach haben vier weitere Polizeizeug*innen ausgesagt. Selten würde Konkretes zu den Anklagepunkten gesagt. Sie haben auch nicht sagen können, ob wir Angeklagten die Straftaten begangen haben. Alles blieb sehr vage…. Read more »

At Luxemburg trial, Frach from Freedom is still marching
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Bericht der erster Prozesstag in #luxTrial gegen 6 Aktivist*innen des March for Freedom

english version further down! Wir sind angeklagt als Aktivist*innen des March for Freedom. Heute war in Luxemburg unser erster Prozesstag. Sechs Aktivist*innen waren vorgeladen, vier von uns sind vor Gericht erschienen. 30 Untersützer*innen war vor Ort. Vielen Dank für die Solidarität und Unterstützung in unterschiedlicher Weise aus und in Hamburg, Saarbrücken, Trier, Berlin, Marseille, Luxemburg… Read more »

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Pressekonferenz zum Strafprozess gegen AsylrechtsaktivistInnen in Luxemburg +++ press conference on criminal proceedings against activists in defence of asylum rights in Luxemburg

  in english further below! Pressekonferenz zum Ergebnis der Gerichtsverhandlung: Montag, 10.04.2017, um 10 Uhr in Waldemarstraße 46, 10999 Berlin Pressekontakt: emal_g@hotmail.com 01575 373 0574 Sechs Aktivist*innen des March for Freedom zwei Jahre nach brutalem Polizeieinsatz bei friedlichem Protest in Luxemburg (Stadt) angeklagt Gerichtsverhandlung zu Vorwurf der “Rebellion” in Luxemburg am 5. und 6. April… Read more »

police using pepper spray in March for Freedom
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Demonstration “Free the Röszke 11 – Solidarity with Ahmad and all of the accused

Friday, October 28 // 7:00 PM / 19.00 o´clock Unter den Linden 76 (close to the Hungarian embassy) // Berlin After the hungarian government closed their borders to migrants in September ’15 people started a protest at the border crossing Roeszke which got trapped by police. They caught 11 persons who couldn’t come away fast… Read more »

Solidarity Demonstration Free Röszke 11
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Refugees occupy Sendlinger Tor Platz – Munich

Since Wednesday refugees have been occupying the Sendlinger Tor Platz in Munich and protest for the right to stay/ Bleiberecht. This is their statement from yesterday: “We Are One During the day we counted 98 refugees! That means that 98 people without permission to stay (Bleiberecht) decided to be here despite racist insults and step… Read more »

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