CALL for mobilization: 6th of February transnational actions

The sixth of February is getting closer! The second anniversary of the massacre of Ceuta, when the Guardia Civil shot at least 15 sub-saharan migrants on Tarajal beach. Last year, we organized a commemoration ceremony in Tangier, this year the mobilisation is getting a lot bigger:
Many Moroccan, sub-Saharan and transnational groups have united to claim justice! Mass mobilizations are taking place in Morocco and in Europe, on the 6th of February there will be sit-ins, demos, info-evens in Rabat, Ceuta, Barcelona, Berlin and Strasbourg.
You can read about the different activities and the demands on the transnational mobilization blog: http://6feb-ceuta.org/
“We are activists from collectives, associations, initiatives and various social movements. We fight for freedom of movement for all! We are from Cameroon, Syria, Mali, Eritrea, Senegal, Spain, Germany, Tunisia, Morocco, France and many more countries. We don´t accept any more deaths in the Mediterranean. We know it is possible to ‘live together’ and to consider a political system of equality and respect for human rights, because we have been building solidarity networks for years. The happenings on the 6th of February 2014, when the Spanish Guardia Civil killed at least 15 persons, who entered swimming to Ceuta, are not only spanish or morrocan issues, they are global issues. So, we united us in a common transnational struggle for the demilitarisation of the borders, the freedom of movement and global justice.”
LET US ALL JOIN THE 6TH FEB ACTIONS AND THE STRUGGLE FOR DIGNITY, JUSTICE AND FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT!
STOP THE WAR AGAINST MIGRANTS!
NO WORLD WITHOUT MIGRATION!
NO BORDERS!

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