Between 2008 and 2014, the Belgian State carried out a vast investigation of the struggle, always outside beaten paths, in protest at detention centers, borders, prisons and the world of authority and exploitation. The targets of the investigation: Acrata anarchist library, anarchist and anti-authoritarian publications, dozens of leaflets and posters, over one hundred actions, attacks and sabotage… in other words, the struggle against power in its various expressions.Continue reading Trial against Belgian anarchists set to begin on April 29th
On the 24 the of February, at least 27 vans from different places will reach Exarchia, Athens, to support self organized initiatives that are facing the consequences of austerity for years.Continue reading #Brussels: Solidarity convoy to #Athens, #Exarchia
The Platform for Afrin issued a call for a march to protest the Turkish invasion in Afrin and NATO on March 27 in Brussels.
Call for a demonstration in Brussels, Belgium on March 21.
In the summer of 2017 Belgian parliament voted for a new law which made squatting illegal. Squatting is still possible but the law (which was implemented in fall 2017) made it much easier for owners to evict and squatting is now considered as a crime in Belgium. In the past years squatting was in a legal limbo between legal and illegal, but because of this new law squatters are risking jail time (after a court procedure).
The Chambre du conseil of Brussels decided which accusations will go to criminal court, in the case against 11 anarchists and anti-authoritarians.
On August 17, 2016 passengers on a commercial flight to Cameroon prevented a deportation of a refugee after they witnessed the inhuman treatment of the refugee by copd. Six of these passengers will have to stand trial on May 31 in Brussels, Belgium.
Nonviolent activists, including those from Agir pour la Paix, are currently disrutping access to the NATO Summit through direct non violent actions.