Newly opened squat evicted / Expulsion du nouveau squat

By consensusdecisionmaking A recently squatted building was publicly opened this morning in Calais, on rue des Pretres. The building was an abandoned homeless shelter capable of accommodating at least 50 people. People started gathering outside the building around 11 o’clock this morning in support of the people already barricaded inside. A neighbour-collaborator called the cops, even going […] …read more

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Marseille: Une semaine d’actions en solidarité avec la résistance à Calais // Marseille: Week of action in solidarity with resistance in Calais

By consensusdecisionmaking [en français et anglais] Marseille : Une semaine d’actions en solidarité avec la résistance à Calais Suite aux récentes expulsions à Calais, une semaine d’actions en solidarité avec la résistance dans la ” Jungle » a eu lieu à Marseille. Nombre d’individuEs et groupes ont contribué de façon anonyme aux diverses actions contenues dans ce communiqué. Toutes les […] …read more

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Prefecture intervenes to try and stop the hunger strike / Destruction du bidonville : commando préfectoral pour arrêter la grève de la faim

By consensusdecisionmaking Re-posted from Passeurs d´Hospitalites blog: https://passeursdhospitalites.wordpress.com/ The Legal Infomation Center and the associations announced a press conference to take place at 11am, in the Legal Information Center in the jungle . At around 10am, a delegation of the Prefecture, accompanied by police officers came to meet the hunger strikers to convince them to give […] …read more

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Rassemblement / Gathering in Lille – 2016/03/18 – 18:30 – Place de la république

By consensusdecisionmaking Gathering place de la république in Lille against the eviction of the jungle in Calais The callout: http://lille.demosphere.eu/rv/4039 Friday march 18 2016 at 6.30pm Location : Lille Centre – Place de la République Metro République Beaux-Arts // Rassemblement place de la république à lille contre l’expulsion du bidonville d’État à calais L’appel : http://lille.demosphere.eu/rv/4039Vendredi 18 […] …read more

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Lies in the media about No Borders – a CMS response

By consensusdecisionmaking Lies in the media about No Borders – a Calais Migrant Solidarity response Over the past week, the French government has sought desperately to divert attention away from its brutal actions in Calais by resurrecting the perennial propaganda campaign against “dangerous” No Borders activists. Yet again, various officials – from the Interior Minister Cazeneuve himself, […] …read more

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EMERGENCY DEMO IN SOLIDARITY WITH CALAIS JUNGLE. TOMORROW TUESDAY 1 MARCH 7.30PM @ INSTITUT FRANCAIS, LONDON

By consensusdecisionmaking Today the French government began its threatened eviction of 3,500 people living in the south half of the Calais Jungle. They came in hard with 50 vans of CRS riot police, water cannon and tear gas, followed by a demolition crew with crowbars and bulldozers. By the end of the day, just a small part […] …read more

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Demolition happening now! // La démolition du bidonville a commencé !

By consensusdecisionmaking Police are doing their shitty job and destroying people’s houses in the south half of the Calais jungle. Around 55 police vans and 200 police are moving through the jungle with bulldozers and demolition workers. Some people are on their roofs to resist the eviction. Police removed one person from his roof and have demolished […] …read more

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Update on Calais 8’s trial : State shows again its true colors // L’État nous montre encore son vrai visage

By consensusdecisionmaking After the tribunal in Boulogne announced the release of the six undocumented people,who they had sentenced to a month in detention , the Police aux Frontieres went without hesitation to look directly for them at the exit of the Longuenesse prison on Sunday the 22nd in the evening . They are imprisoned once more in […] …read more

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The ‘centres de repits’ are becoming traps

By consensusdecisionmaking In November 2015, the French government set up the CAO (Reception and Orientation Centres) or “respite centers” to disperse people from Calais. To convince people to leave Calais to send them all these isolated villages throughout France, the government assured everyone that no Dublin procedure would be applied and that the residents of these CAO […] …read more

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