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

17 Feb

A Call for Solidarity Actions February 22-29

We must not forget the anarchists and anti-fascists suffering repression in Russia! We are calling for people to take action of all forms to express support for these prisoners, to protest the prison system, and to spread information about the use of torture as an instrument of repression in Russia.

Why now? On 10th February, 630 kilometers from Moscow, the court in Penza passed sentence on seven people accused of organizing the so-called “anarchist terrorist community ‘Network’”. This entire case is based on confessions the defendants were forced to agree to via intense torture as well as weapons planted by police and an extremely tenuous accusation that they were “planning to plan terrorist actions to overthrow the government of Russia”. For a “crime” without victims involving no real action and no real plan, the sentences decreed by the court are shockingly high. Dmitry Pchelintsev and Ilya Shakursky, the supposed organizers of this fabricated “Network,” were sentenced to 18 years and 16 years in prison, respectively. The others have been sentenced as follows: Arman Sagynbaev 6 years, Andrei Chernov 14 years, Vasily Kuksov 9 years, Mikhail Kulkov 10 years, and Maxim Ivankin 13 years of imprisonment.

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04 May

June 11th: the international day of solidarity with Marius Mason and long-term anarchist prisoners

June 11th: the international day of solidarity with Marius Mason and long-term anarchist prisoners. In the 15 years this tradition has been observed, June 11th has facilitated support and action inspired by imprisoned anarchists — from noise demonstrations outside of jails to letter-writing nights, from fundraisers to arson. Setting aside this day is one way of remembering anarchists who are serving long prison sentences, generating support for them, and inspiring solidarity actions.

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25 Jul

6th Annual Week of solidarity with anarchist prisoners 23-30 August 2018

We are coming back with global week of solidarity with anarchist prisoners. Since last year, a lot has changed in our countries, but the general tendency is going in the worse direction with more repressions applied against anarchists not only in Europe but worldwide. With this in mind, we are calling for sixth annual week of solidarity! Read More

19 Mar

Solidarity action with Russian activists in Bielefed.

Several activists from Bielefed organized solidarity action with anarchists and antifascists tortured and prosecuted in Russia in last month. Since our last report on the situation – https://abcdd.org/2018/01/30/repression-in-russland-airsoft-der-pensaer-fall-des-terrorismus/ more and more people were detained all around the country with torture with electricity applied to them as well. Activist from Evgeniy Karakesh was as well kidnapped in Crimea under other charges connected with distribution of terrorist materials. Multiply anarchists and antifascists are leaving the country in fear for their health and health of their relatives (police and FSB have threatens many times consequences for those related with anarchists). And although elections ended up with Putin winning over 70% of votes repressions mass repressions against antifascists and anarchists are not expected to be over in foreseen future. Read More

27 Feb

15 March day against police brutality

Since 1997 groups around the world are calling for actions on Day Against Police Brutality (15 march). And yearly the problem comes again and again. To focus on the issue and get people’s attention we are also joining the call for actions.

The international day against police brutality was initiated by C.O.B.P. (Montreal, Canada) and the anarchist „Black Flag“ (Switzerland) in 1997. Its date remembers the brutal assault against two children aged 11 and 12 years committed by Swiss police on 15th of marc h 1996. Ever since, the 15th of march marks the day that people around the world take to the street to fight against police brutality and to remember those, who lost their life and organize resistance against it. Read More