In the past days various videos of police violence in Düsseldorf, Ingelheim, Frankfurt, Freiburg, Hannover and Hamburg went viral on social media. Many people were appalled or even surprised by the violent actions of German cops…Continue reading Can we please stop being surprised about police violence?!
The Hague. Netherlands. For three nights now, young people in the Schilderswijk district in The Hague have been seeking confrontation with the police. Wednesday evening the escalation started on the parallel road when a fire hydrant was opened and the water company Dunea came together with riot cops to shut it down. About 150 people started throwing stones and fireworks against the cops.Continue reading The Hague: Rebellion in #Schilderswijk continues
The Hague. Netherlands. In The Hague several banners have been put up in the run-up to the housing action days on July 31 and August 1. Two banners were also put up in front of the German embassy in solidarity with the queer-feminist-anarchist squat Liebig 34 and the squat Rigaer 94 in Berlin.Continue reading The Hague: Bannerdrops for Housing Action Days and in Solidarity with #Liebig34 and #Rigaer94
Black Lives Matter the Netherlands has occupied the squares of the Netherlands these past weeks. Yet politicians and our government keep ignoring the message.Continue reading The Hague: STOP legalizing police violence! Black Lives Matter!
The Hague. Netherlands. The court case against the occupants of the Waldeck Pyrmontkade 872 in The Hague took place on the 25th of May 2020. The owners of this building, RE:BORN real estate, had started an urgent court case in a sped up procedure to evict the occupants. They were also claiming an indemnity of 100.000 euro. We had taken the decision to not yield in front of their pressure, and to take on this court case.Continue reading The Hague: Summary of the court case against Waldeck Pyrmontkade 872 squat
The Hague. Netherlands. Here is a little recap of what happened in the first week of our campaign and occupation of the Waldeck Pyrmontkade 872 in The Hague. The aim is to create an overview of what we’ve done and why, and list our victories as well as the things we want to work on in the future.Continue reading The Hague: Short Stay? No Way! First week occupation summary
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The Hague. Netherlands. Recently we occupied the building at Waldeck Pyrmontkade 872 in Den Haag-Zeeheldenkwartier. The ongoing corona crisis has not only exposed but also exacerbated the housing shortage and financial scarcity. The consequences of the crisis are certainly felt by us young adults.Continue reading The Hague: Crush economic powers! Against the sellout of the city!
The Hague. Netherlands. A solidarity action with women in Mexico has taken place in the Hague. Early in the morning of Feb 25, we marked the Mexican embassy with red paint, symbolizing the blood of the countless women that have been murdered.Continue reading #Mexico Femicide State – Solidarity action in #TheHague, #Netherlands: Embassy marked with red paint
29 January 2020, Amsterdam – At the end of January, Shell will present its annual figures over 2019. In anticipation of the ‘profit’ that will be presented, climate action group Code Rood revealed the true costs of Shell’s business operations at Beursplein in Amsterdam today. Using big signs, and accompanied by a performance with bloody and oily shells, the consequences of climate change were visualized. The participants in the action also spoke up about tax evasion, corruption and human rights violations that Shell is involved in. The event is part of the Shell Must Fall action week, during which groups around the country take action against Shell.Enough Info-Café
The Hague, Netherlands. After the “greenwashing” action against a Shell petrol station, there was another action against Shell just one day later.Continue reading #TheHague, #Netherlands: #Shell petrol station on the Schevenigseweg ‘locked’.