Amsterdam: On 25 July 2018, in higher appeal, the Council of State has announced ADM to be empty within 5 months, by 25 December 2018.
Katwijk, Netherlands: Lately there has been much to do about Trump’s policies regarding refugee children, that separates children from their parents and puts them into prison. This policy is outrageous. But refugee children in the Netherlands get treated heartless and cruel by the authorities too. And like in the United States, this is a deliberate policy. To draw attention to the situation of refugee children, Geen Kind aan de Kant (No Child on the Side) organizes a demonstration in Katwijk on the 29th of September.
Squatting the Grey City is a book about the squatters movement in Rotterdam in the Netherlands from the 1970s to the present day.
There is some serious strike action going on in the Netherlands in regional public transport. This is like a breath of fresh air in a country where the Right is on the rampage and workers’ struggles have been quite subdued for much too long.
Today, June 11, is the international solidarity day with anarchist prisoners. That’s why, last week, we put posters up in The Hague, the Netherlands and hung a banner today with the text: ‘Freedom for all anarchist prisoners’.
‘If it is wrong to wreck the climate, then is wrong to accept money from those who wreck the climate’. This is the message behind the biggest and boldest performance to date, of the artist collective Fossil Free Culture NL in the Van Gogh Museum.
The Food Autonomy Festival (FAF) in Amsterdam is about presenting and celebrating alternatives and resistance to the state and corporate-controlled industrial food system.
We are happy to announce the theme of this second edition: “Grassroots alternatives for a fossil free food system”.
On May Day 200 people took the streets on a demonstration against gentrification and capitaklism in The Hague, Netherlands.
Netherlands: Generation Identity fascists claimed to have squatted a house next to the “We Are Here” refugee squats in Amsterdam. Squatted or not, the fascists had to leave after antifa activists attacked the fascists in their “squat”.
In the run up to the 1st of May demonstration in The Hague bookshop Opstand is organising a lecture about the history of the 1st of May. Peter Storm, blogger on ravotr.nl and author of ‘krachtbronnen van de anarchie’, will come to tell us about how labour day came into existance and why the day itself is still relevent.