Via the website rabble.org.uk, which is maintaining a chronology of resistance to the eviction in Calais and in solidarity in other places.
Today the southern half of the Calais ‘jungle’ enters it’s third day of eviction, in a process the authorities have now said will take 3 weeks to complete.
Here’s some of the acts of resistance that have been happening in & beyond the camp. It’s looking like it’s going to be a drawn-out process, so get busy researching, preparing and taking action now. This post will be updated as more action reports come through.
Two vehicles used to carry out evictions were torched overnight.
The UK Visas and Immigration office in Rome is graffitied with the words “standing side by side those who are fighting in Calais”.
Calais Migrant Solidarity issues a call for transnational solidarity actions, specifically…
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