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’.
Netherlands. In the night of January 29, 2020 activists gave a Shell petrol station on the Spoortlaan in The Hague a green look (See image). With this ‘green washing’ action they want to draw attention to Shell’s obvious attempts to polish away their reputation as one of the most polluting and disastrous companies in the world with so-called green alternatives to fossil fuels. This while their main income still comes from fossil fuels, causing irreversible consequences for the ecosystem.Continue reading The Hague, #Netherlands: #Shell petrol station greenwashed
From August 1 until August 4 there will be a No Border camp in the Zuid-Holland province.Continue reading August 1-4: No Border camp in the #Netherlands
Netherlands: JaKra! is initiated by KSU Den Haag (The Hague Squatting Info Centre). In this book project we would like to look back on a number of developments and events in the past year, together with squatters and housing activists in different places.Continue reading #Netherlands: JaKra! squatting yearbook 2018 released
Today we have hung up four banners at various locations in The Hague, the Netherlands, in solidarity with the anarchists being prosecuted in Belgium. Hundreds of flyers were also thrown around.Continue reading The Hague: Bannerdrops in solidarity with the anarchist being prosecuted in #Belgium
On 19 November 2016 about 250 people gathered on Kerkplein to demonstrate from there against the repression that has been spreading in recent years against anarchists and anti-fascists in The Hague and beyond.Continue reading The Hague: Acquittal in Fight Repression case
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.
Yesterday morning, activists from the autonomous feminist initiative Kattenkwaad in The Hague, took action against the sexist outcome of a court case in Ireland. They went to the embassy of Ireland and decorated it with thongs!
On Saturday November 3 700 people demonstrated under the slogan: ‘No Human Is Illegal’ in the center of The Hague, Netherlands. Refugees traveled to the demonstration from four state refugee lager, including many children from family locations.