Programme Internationale / International Programme

Tanger-

6th of February: Sit-in in front of the Spanish consulate in Tanger at 11:00am.

Exhibition of photos and commemoration ceremony at 2:00pm.

Mass of the commemoration at the Catholic Cathedral (the Boulevard) at 5:00pm.

Fnideq-

7th of February: Commemoration at the fences near Fnideq at 3:00pm.

Ceuta-

7th of February: Demonstration from the “Ceti” (Migrants registration Center) to the beach of Tarajal at 4.00pm. #marcha7f

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Convocatoria a todos los afectadxs por la guerra emprendida por la Unión Europea contra migrantes y refugiadxs.

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Convocatoria a todos los afectadxs por la guerra emprendida por la Unión Europea contra migrantes y refugiadxs.

06 de febrero del 2014: Cientos de migrantes intentan en una acción colectiva superar la frontera por mar en el enclave español Ceuta. En respuesta y para evitar la entrada a territorio europeo la Guarda Civil española dispara balas de goma y gases lacrimógenos contra lxs migrantes que nadaban en el mar. La policía marroquí apoyada por pobladores racistas participan también de esta cacería mortal. Oficialmente 15 personas son reportadas muertas y 50 como desaparecidas!

Desde entonces miles otras han sido asesinadas, heridas y devueltas de manera ilegal en la frontera de España con Marruecos.

Un año después de esta masacre – y de muchas más que causaron la desaparición de migrantes – seguimos exigiendo a los estados miembros de la Unión Europea respetar los derechos fundamentales, válidos para todxs en el mundo, no sólo para “ciudadanxs occidentales”.

Expresamos nuestra solidaridad con todos lxs migrantes que arriesgan sus vidas, presionadxs continuamente a cruzar desierto y mar para enfrentar las brutales medidas de seguridad de la fortaleza europa, ejecutadas también por las autoridades norteafricanas. Continue reading

International Call-out for 6th February action

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Call-out to all affected by the war waged by the European Union against migrants and refugees.

On 6th February 2014, hundreds of migrants were trying, in a collective action, to overcome the border at the Spanish enclave Ceuta, by sea. The Spanish Guardia Civil, in response to the attempt to enter EU territory, fired on the people in the sea with rubber bullets and tear gas. Moroccan police, supported by racist inhabitants, also participated in the deadly hunt.

15 persons were officially reported dead, and yet over 50 were missing! Thousands more have been killed, injured and pushed-back illegally through the Spanish-Moroccan border since.

A year after this murder – in addition to many others that caused the death and disappearance of migrants – we still demand the member states of the European Union to respect the fundamental rights which must be guaranteed for every person in the world, not only for western citizens.

We express our solidarity with all migrants who risk their lives, continuously pushed to take the desert and the sea to get through the brutal security measurements of the fortress europe and their execution by north-African authorities. Continue reading