August 20, 2015
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France -Against liberal recuperation of migrant struggles: lessons from Paris

This text on the wave of sans-papiers occupations in Paris tells important lessons for those involved in migrant struggles on the strategies used by liberal democratic states to contain them. If we anticipate these moves, how can we pre-empt them? … Continue reading

August 3, 2015
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France Calais – A night of migrants’ collective strength and severe police repression.

From: calaismigrantsolidarity  and notes from: rabble See below powerful video and full report from Calais Migrant Solidarity. Last night 250 people walked from the jungle to the Eurostar entrance with a plan to enter the tunnel and walk its length across … Continue reading

July 25, 2015
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Udine, Italy – Casapound premises trashed

 From the local press (UdineToday 6th July 2015) we learn that the localpremises of fascist Casapound were trashed with graffiti such as ‘You’ll betorched’, ‘Filthy fascists’, etc. From informa-azione.info Translated by act for freedom now

July 4, 2015
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Shit likes to rub with shit –Published in Ricochets, No. 7, June 2015 (Brussels)

Shit likes to rub with shit – Against the maxi prison, its supporters and its false critics Mid-May we were treated to a small avalanche of shit in the press. Journalists flocked to throw their light on the struggle against … Continue reading

July 4, 2015
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Paris – Solidarity fire to vehicle of prison construction company

 Eiffage on fire  During the night of 14 June, in rue de l’est, a utility vehicle belonging to Eiffage went up in flames. Because they build prisons. Solidarity with the Brussels comrades struggling against prison. Build cages, harvest our rage! … Continue reading

July 4, 2015
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Belgium -Solidarity with the revolt in Nivelles prison

 In the prison of Nivelles, on Sunday, June 21, 2015, prisoners made a move and refused to return to the cells after the yard. A dozen prisoners then climbed on to rooftops to shout their rebellion. The police intervened to … Continue reading