Seattle. WA. July 19th’s Anti-ICE protest began with a call to gather at Westlake at 11am, with speeches at 1pm. Speeches were given on the importance of solidarity in the face of police violence, highlighting the ways in which policing hurts not only the Black community, but Indigenous people, queer people, and the working class. This was followed by a warning that the day’s actions would be more intense than other marches in Seattle over the past couple weeks. The crowd was informed not to film protesters partaking in illegal action, not to peace-police each other, and not to panic in the face of police response. A diverse crowd of 200-300 people, including 40-50 in bloc, was ready to move out by this time.Continue reading #Seattle, #WA: July 19th Anti-Ice Action Youth Reportback
Madrid. March 18, 2020. Prisoners of the Aluche Internment Center for Foreigners (CIE) staged a revolt this afternoon by climbing the roofs of the men’s patio roof and announcing the beginning of a hunger strike, concerned that some of them present symptoms of coronavirus.Continue reading #COVID19: Revolt at #Aluche Deportation Prison in #Madrid, #Spain
EU. March 12, 2020. Thousands have been deported to Afghanistan in the past couple of years. Young boys without any social network, female heads of the household, elderly ill asylum seekers were deported from European states and families have been split. The European and Afghan government’s agreement on return to Afghanistan was extended from 8 European countries to many more after the Joint Way Forward deal was signed on 2nd October 2016. Since then, on one hand the number of deportation to Afghanistan has increased and on the other hand insecurity, political instability and humanitarian crisis have increased.Continue reading #EU, stop deportations to #Afghanistan!
Swiss Territory: Deportations make you sad and angry. Deportations happen here and now. Last Sunday, for example, in Lucerne, where a group of people furiously stood in the way in solidarity.Continue reading #Lucerne, Swiss territory: Action against deportation
On January 5th, Anna was on flight KL0565 from Amsterdam to Nairobi. The Dutch state used the same flight to deport Sudanese refugee Ezzedine Mehimmid. Here’s what Anna reported.Continue reading #Amsterdam: At least 12 military police involved in deportation violence against Sudanese refugee Ezzedine Mehimmid
Citizenship can only exist and be valued if there is also a category of others, those without status. For this distinction to exist, it must be enforced by the state, which has a number of tools to do so.Continue reading #Quebec – Tomorrow is far away: An anarchist intervention against the construction of the migrant prison in #Laval
Following on from a rally outside the Home Office on Tuesday which drew thousands of people, hundreds more took to the streets of Brighton last night to show their support for the Stansted 15.Continue reading #Brighton and #London rally for #Stansted15
The Stansted 15 protesters, who stopped a government deportation flight from taking off in March last year, have today (December 10) been found guilty of breaching terror laws.Continue reading #UK: ‘Out of control’ Home Office should have been in the dock, not us: #Stansted15 respond to guilty verdict
London: Fifteen people are currently standing trial for stopping a deportation flight from London Stansted Airport to Nigeria in March 2017.
Latest news of the monthly reports about the Moria 35. Updates29th November 2018. A timeline.