Statement by the activists during the protest at the Flame Conference in the Okura Hotel in Amsterdam, Netherlands.Continue reading #Amsterdam: Climate activists disrupted Europe’s largest gas conference
Call for a demonstration in Amsterdam: Don’t let refugees drown. Sunday April 21, 2019, 14:00 (02:00pm), Dam square, Amsterdam.Continue reading #Amsterdam Demonstration: Don’t let refugees drown
Amsterdam, January 20, 2019 – Following their successful campaign to get the Van Gogh Museum to end its 18-year sponsorship deal with oil and gas company Shell last year, today artists from Fossil Free Culture NL staged their first performance of 2019 to launch their new project demanding a Fossil Free Museumplein, Amsterdam.Continue reading #Amsterdam: Oily body prints on the Concertgebouw demand end of Shell sponsorship
Netherlands: The ADM squat in Amsterdam is in immediate threat of eviction. Activists did a banner drop in solidarity with ADM on the N44 highway between The Hague and Leiden (Wassenaar).Continue reading Banner drop in Solidarity with #ADM squat
Amsterdam: According to the verdict of the Council of State of 25 june 2018, the ADM would have to be evicted from the 25 of December 2018.
The idea that a bunch of property mafioso have more rights to the ADM terrain then the people living here for 21 yeas is ridiculous.
Statement from the End Coal and Climate Justice movement in Slovakia, concerning the 12 comrades who are held in custody.
10 years ago Alexis Grigoropoulos was shot dead by police in Athens. In this context a banner was hung up and graffiti was sprayed in the city center of The Hague.
Statement about an action to commorate Alexis in Amsterdam during the weekend. We publish this article as part of our 10 years after police murder on Alexis series.
On the 15th of November, five hundred cops, including special forces with assault rifles, attacked Rigaer94 to make a house search in the case of a trouble in a shop some month before. The investigation is labeled as „robbery and bodily harm“.
Amsterdam, Netherlands: In 2017 Code Rood emerged as a new direct action solidarity network in the Netherlands. Series of meetings to refelect the first two years and to discuss new plans.