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La movilización ha contado con asistentes de un “gran espectro social”.
Por Kaos. Guadalajara
El sábado se celebró la manifestación contra la sentencia a lxs repobladorxs de Fraguas en Guadalajara. Cientos de personas se acercaron a apoyar a estxs jóvenes sobre lxs que pesan multas de decenas de miles de euros, incluyendo la propia demolición del proyecto (todavía por determinar, podría sobrepasar los 45.000 euros) que podrían convertirse en varios años de cárcel para cada unx. Casi un millar de asistentes.
Lxs convocantes de la manifestación eran la Asociación de Repobladores Rurales de la Sierra Norte de Guadalajara y la Plataforma Antirrepresiva de Guadalajara.
La movilización ha contado con asistentes de un “gran espectro social”; entre otrxs con la presencia de vecinxs de Sigüenza, Pelegrina, Ures y de la capital, entre otros puntos, con antíguxs pobladorxs de Fraguas que fueron expulsadxs de allí, y también con asociaciones y colectivos ecologistas, de reforestación, y de la Sierra de Guadalajara, así como de otras partes del Estado español (Huesca, Euskal Herría, Catalunya) y de Francia y Alemania. Continue reading Masiva manifestación en apoyo a Fraguas .. Fraguas: Occupiers resist Eviction
Catania (Italy): In solidarity with Studentato 95100
The block was squatted in February 2018 after being empty for ten years. In the last six months the owner (Ursino Recupero) had made no attempt to contact the students, who have self-organised their accommodation since the university fails to provide it. Continue reading Catania (Italy): Eviction Fails against Self Organised Student Occupation
‘Ágora Juan Andrés’ is an amazing self-run occupied area in the old Raval area where all kinds of activities take place. It’s been going since Oct 2014 and is named in memory of Juan Andres, a local man who was beaten to death by the police in the street.
Manifesto: l’Àgora must stay in the neighborhood
Defend an occupied green space for the neighborhood!
Speculation threatens us!
The Raval is not for sale!
On Wednesday, June 6, the occupied community site ‘Ágora Juan Andrés’ was notified of a claim by the company ‘Triquell y García SL’ against the “unknown occupants” of the plot requesting the eviction of the space and compensation of 20,000 Euros . We went to the Court nº 3 to defend ourselves against their accusations .
Surprisingly, the company is the same that lost the property in June 2007, having 3 pending mortgages as well as 2 procedures for seizure by the Public Treasury and the Town Hall of Barcelona. The site became the property of the SAREB bank but now Triquell y García SL is back as a claimant and owner. Continue reading Barcelona: Defending l’Agora occupied Community Site against Fierce Speculation
We also want this space to enable solidarity and anti-capitalist organising.” The first meeting there was held by the Anarchist Action Network and there were workshops on Kurdish language and dance plus a talk on anti-fascism before it was announced by @KurdistanPlace on Twitter that the occupation was ending on May 31.
On Sunday May 27, after a week of occupation, we opened the doors of the new Self-managed Occupied Gymnasium.
The Occupied Health Gym “La Salud” is an old gymnasium in the neighborhood of La Salut de Gràcia, which has been abandoned for the last 5 years. We want it to be an open space in the neighborhood, which will allow us to strengthen the ties of our community. We want the neighbors to feel free to enter, participating in scheduled activities or proposing new ones.
We live in our neighborhoods besieged by speculation, gentrification and capitalism, which every day leaves us without a house, without spaces, without the possibility of carrying out a dignified life. Continue reading New space liberated – The Self-managed Occupied Gym.. La Salud
a video by Julia Lindblom. Rome, spring 2018. ENGLISH SUBTITLES
In recent months, repression towards social centers in Rome has increased. Now also the feminist social spaces and women’s anti-violence centers are at risk of being evicted.
In this documentary we follow the feminist struggles in Rome and the feminist movement “Non una di meno” (Not One Less) in defense of these social spaces. Continue reading Rome:’You Can’t Evict the Feminist City’. video with English subs.