Since the eviction of the Casa Cantoniera on the 23rd of March, the situation has worsened on the border for people attempting to cross it. There is no longer an option of resting or reflecting free of police controls or the prying regulations of associations and NGOs in the upper Susa Valley; without the availability of a place to meet, rest, fuel up, or have a minimum of access to material things, the possibility of organizing has become much more scattered to say the least.Continue reading The situation on the french-italian border after the eviction of the Casa Cantoniera in Oulx – Post Eviction Update, April 2021
The following text is an attempt by some of the people that were involved in the occupied Casa Cantoniera to analyse the eviction of our space and reflect on the past years of our presence in this part of the border.
Now, more than ever we want to call everyone to come to the border in order to show that the eviction of our spaces, the repression of people on the move and people in solidarity with them, will not stop us from expressing and exercising our resistance. We are trying to regroup and organize presence in the border. We don’t know yet which form this will take, because it depends on what is going to happen in the next days and weeks. If you are interested and want to stay updated, write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org (pgp key on request).Continue reading After the eviction of Casa Cantoniera: They can take our spaces, they can criminalize and imprison us, but they cannot bury our ideas and they cannot silence the truth
Italy. Oulx. Susa Valley. Brutal wakeup this morning (March 23, 2021) at the former cantonal house in Oulx, which became, after the occupation in December 2018, a self-managed shelter for people on the move.Continue reading Susa Valley: self-managed shelter ChezJesOulx evicted