29 Dec

New Year’s Eve to the prisons – We are not all, prisoners are missing!

Rally on 31.12.2020
at 14:00 at the deportation prison Hamburger Straße
15:30 at the prison Hammerweg (Fabricestraße)
Come with bicycles, scooters, wheeled vehicles!

Abolish all prisons! In Germany, too, social peace is secured with prison walls behind which people are locked away. They do not serve as protection against dangerous criminals. As a rule, it is mainly those who are too poor to buy a car and instead use public transport for free who end up in prison. Or those who are not allowed to work or cannot find work and are therefore forced to sell drugs.

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18 Nov

Call for a week of solidarity with anarchists and antifascists of Belarus 23-30 November

Anarchists have always stood up against tyranny and dictatorship. Regardless of the color of the flag, raised by authoritarianism over this or that corner of the planet. So it is not surprising that anarchists are actively involved in the uprising against the dictator Lukashenko in Belarus. From the very first days, with our determination and uncompromising attitude, we showed that anarchism is a revolutionary movement capable of changing the world!

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17 Nov

Call: Prisons to community gardens and evacuate the camps!

Rally on 20.11.2020 at 4 pm at the Lager Bremer Straße
5 pm at Hammerweg (Fabricestr.)
Comes with wheels, wheelchairs, mobile bases!

The jails must perish! In Germany the social peace is secured with prison walls behind which people are locked away like every where else. They do not serve the protection from „dangerous criminals“. Criminal law, the courts, the police, the prosecutors, the prisons ensure exploitation and oppression. They do not serve „re-socialization“: outside of society people are not educated to act socially. Prisons stigmatize, hurt, humiliate and dehumanize.

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21 Oct

Solidaritea – Letter writing café, 30 October 5 pm at the Malobeo

Friday, October 30, 2020, 5 p.m. at the Malobeo, Kamenzerstr. 38

Prison is based on the system of punishment. This means that social problems are not negotiated, but locked away. Terms like re-socialization become a farce when we look at the conditions in prisons. The social isolation from friends, family and society is an aspect of everyday life in prison. There are few communication channels and hardly any opportunities to enter into exchange outside the prison walls.

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13 Aug

Solidarity action with the uprising against the Lukashenko regime – 14 August 5 pm Alaunpark

For five days, the people of Belarus have been fighting against the 26 year dictatorship in Belarus. The Lukashenko regime has come to an end, and the people no longer put up with its oppression and exploitation. The regime is countering this uprising with massive police violence, brutal assaults and torture on the streets and in the prisons. The people are not intimidated, but they also need solidarity.

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04 Mar

Cancelled!!! Perspectives

Update: Due to Corona we decided to cancel/postpone the Event Series. Help each other and stay safe


Event series about deportation and deportation custody

Since 1919 german law contains detention pending deportation. In Dresden-Friedrichstadt a detention center was opened in late 2018. The of this form of custody is, that refugees who shall be deported cannot hide from deportation. There is no need for a crime to be placed in custody. It can be enough to miss an official appointment.

In many cases, massive violations of fundamental rights can be observed. One lawyer reported that in about 50% of his cases, people were unlawfully taken into custody. In most cases the court-decision was made after the after the deportation. Prisoners of deportation detention don’t have a lobby that fights these illegitimacies.

There are many reasons to question the purpose of prisons in our society. Yet it is quite clear, that deportation detention is a cruel way to treat people, who came to Europe to flee from war, poverty, persecution and many other legitimate reasons.

This march and april we would like to look at this topic from different perspectives. How does depotation custody work? Why can it be criticized? Who is involved? Can i support affected people? Do we actually need prisons? Come to our events between march 20th and april 23rd!

Programm

March 20th
Act in Solidarity

The contact group for deportation custody presents their work

AZ Conni: Rudolf-Leonhard-Str. 39
7 pm | Presentation in German


March 25th
Asylum and Deportation

Perspectives on deportation custody by ‘women in exile’ (Berlin)

Betriebsküche: Berliner Str. 63a
6 pm | Presentation in English


April 2nd
Screening: Deportation Class

Documentary about policing deportations in germany and their consequencesKino in der Fabrik: Tharandter Str. 33

Time will be published later on
German with English subtitles


April 8th
Perspectives on Deportation Custody

A former prisoner, a lawyer, an activist and a social worker share their experiences.

Weltclub: Königsbrücker Straße 13
6pm| Presentation in German


April 17th
3-Course-Solidarity-Menu

The money goes to repression cases related to migration issues

AZ Conni: Rudolf-Leonhard-Str. 39
6:30 pm


April 23rd
Demonstration: Together against deportation custody in Dresden

Let’s show our support to the prisoners

Bahnhof Mitte
5 pm

10 Jan

International day of Trans*people in prison

Monday, 22 January 2018, 19:00

Malobeo, Kamenzerstr. 38, 01099 Dresden

For the 3rd time the International Day of Solidarity with Trans*people in prison is going to take place.

Prison is keeping people in isolation, emotional stagnation, restricted from communication and seperated from social sourounding. Trans*people face appart from this problems, which are already enforced on people in prison, a lot of more challenges. They face a high level of violence, abuse and problems with mental health. They are frequently denied hormones and misgendered. Read More

08 Jun

Political and social situation in Russia

The presentation about economic and sociopolitical situation in Russia will be held by two anarchists from Irkutsk (Siberia) who are part of anarchist, animal rights and social initiatives. They are also defendants in the recent case of ‘wounding religious feelings’ which is a criminal offence in Russia.

Since Russia is very wide and boundless, they will try to tell about the situation in the country in general, but also accentuate the talk on the happenings in its Siberian part.

You will learn about the post-Soviet heritage, the economic crisis in Russia, relationship between the political regime and the opposition, the anarchist movement and repressions of the state.

03 Apr

Recent protests and repressions in Belarus

February and March have marked one of the most active protest period in the recent history of Belarus. Thousands of people were protesting not only against the infamous unemployment tax but against dictatorship of Lukashenko. People in the cities all around Belarus have organized their local gatherings and planning further steps in their struggle. Anarchists played an important role in those protests in several places. Reaction from the state followed – hundreds of people arrested and sentenced to short term arrests of 10-15 days, several are now prosecuted for planning riots.

During the evening we will have a presentation about the country, actual situation there and political struggle inside. After presentation there will be a chance to ask your own questions about the situation. We will be also gathering money for those affected by repressions – for fines, parcels and some money support in case people loose their jobs or don’t get paid. Presentation will be in english with german translation if required.

Saturday 08.04.2017 17:00 – 19:00 Malobeo, Kamenzer Straße 38

28 Nov

Perception and propaganda of abroad struggles by example of the Ukraine conflict

08 Dezember 2016 | 5 pm | malobeo, alternative cafe & anarchist library Kamenzer Straße 38

movie screening and discussion

People without personal connections to the area usually have to rely on the media and the perception of outside political groups when learning about struggles abroad. In our reception of the sources available to us, we often try to form an “objective” perspective and forget that we see things through a filter of our local political schema. We listen to established “experts” and don’t see our prejudice stemming from colonial/imperal perspectives.

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