The “Make Rojava Green Again” campaign held its fifth international gathering in Zurich, discussing the need to move forward with long term projects, despite the continued war.Continue reading International meeting by Make #Rojava Green Again in #Switzerland
Swiss territory. For a couple of hours today (November 23, Enough 14), the struggles all over the world were present in the streets of Bern. About 500 people took part in the “Revolutionary Fights Connect” demo. We solidarize with the rebellious people around the globe. We showed that Switzerland is jointly responsible for many of these exploitative conditions and precarious living conditions.Continue reading #Bern: Communiqué on the “Unite revolutionary struggles” Demo
We, and all of us who have entered this space in the last few weeks, have seen what this was and must never be again: a prison. What is clear to all of us is that no one who has seen this space can allow it to be used again for the administration and imprisonment of people. It is inhumane that traumatised people who have fled in the Juch should again be crammed together and monitored.Continue reading #Zurich: Voices from the occupied #Juch
The beginning of yesterday’s working day (08.11.) was not as monotonous and empty as usual for everyone in Zurich (Swiss territory). During the peak hours in the morning, roads were blocked and tram tracks sabotaged in the city of Zurich.Continue reading Zurich: War against war!
Strong in Diversity? A look at Pride Zurich this year again shows that the neo-liberal diversity policy of the current event committee never means all of us and will never mean all of us if we leave our supposed emancipation to companies and institutions instead of organizing ourselves in solidarity from below.Continue reading Corporations and police: Hands off our emancipation #notmypride
Switzerland: June 14th will go down in history as an important day in a country where normally everything is a little less spectacular. Hundreds of thousands of women in Switzerland took part in the second nationwide women strike. Actions and mobilizations took place in all parts of the country, in cities and in rural areas. By choosing June 14th a continuity to the first national women’s strike in 1991 was established. This is seen as the largest strike in Swiss post-war history. The women strike 2019 impressively ties in with that tradition.Continue reading The revolution is feminist – Hundreds of thousands of women on strike in #Switzerland
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
Former Basque city councillor Nekane Txapartegi, who had to flee to Switzerland in 2007, is still threatened with deportation to the Spanish state. Last month Nekane has to testify in Bern. On June 8 there was a demo in solidarity with Nekane in Zürich (Swiss territory).Continue reading #FreeNekane demo in #Zürich: #Nekane – one of us!
Swiss territory: Today, Saturday June 8th, Brunnmattstrasse 46a in Bern was squatted.Continue reading #Bern, Swiss territory: Communiqué on the squatting action at Brunnmattstrasse 46a