27 Nov

Solidarity Zone – a new initiative to support anti-war prisoners in Russia

Solidarity Zone is a new initiative, established by anti-authoritarian activists. Anarchist Black Cross Moscow is cooperating with the new initiative, and we encourage everyone to support it.

Solidarity Zone is a horizontal initiative supporting those persecuted for anti-war actions. We came together in the spring of 2022 to help those left without attention by human rights organizations.

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25 Nov

A political and personal statement as well as a review of our solidarity work around the war in Ukraine so far.

The following text is a very much shortened version of this text.
The long version you can find as well in Ukrainian, Russian and German language.

Since the first day of the invasion of Ukraine by Russian troops, we have been working with friends on the ground as well as comrade from Belarus, Russia and Poland. This was made possible by thousands of donations from people around the world who understood the importance of international solidarity at this critical moment. And for this we would like to thank all those who responded to the calls and provided help, not only with money, but also with direct actions, logistics and media work.

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22 Nov

Solidaritea – 25 November 2022 Malobeo

Letter writing to the Kill the Bill prisoners in UK
Friday, 25 November 2022, 5 till 7 pm
Malobeo, Kamenzerstr. 38, 01099 Dresden


Support the Kill the Bill prisoners
In 2021 the police, crime, sentencing and courts bill in the UK has sparked the “kill the bill” protest across the country. The new bill is harshly critiziesed for example as an attack on the right to protest.

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08 Nov

Tyumen Case. Six anarchists and anti-fascists detained in Tyumen, Yekaterinburg and Surgut

A new criminal case against anarchists in Russia became known in September. Six people were arrested in three cities in the Urals and Western Siberia on charges of organizing and participating in a «terrorist organization». All of the detainees hold anarchist and anti-fascist views. To date, the defendants have not been charged with any attacks against the regime or preparation for them, but under Russian law alone, the accused face between 5 and 10 years in prison for participation in a «terrorist organization», and between 15 and 20 years or life in prison for organising or leading a «terrorist organization». Supporting the prisoners requires considerable resources, and the support group requests financial support and spreading the information about the case.

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