Action overview – Shut down the harbour!

Action overview – Shut down the harbour!

At the G20-summit in Hamburg, we want to focus on the logistics of capital with a mass action: to advocate open borders for everyone, we want to block the Hamburg Harbour – the third biggest container harbour of Europe. The boom for the Hamburg Harbour symbolizes the German export model and the self-declared successful crisis-management which was fundamental for social destruction within and beyond Europe during the last decade. For us, blocking Hamburg Harbour is an anticapitalist practice, since logistics…

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Press release: G20-protests: Disobedient mass actions also in the port of Hamburg

Press release: G20-protests: Disobedient mass actions also in the port of Hamburg

The G20-protests as a mobilization of different left-wing movements across borders are taking on more concrete forms. This was shown at the second G20 Action Conference which has taken place on April 8th and 9th in Hamburg and where approximately 800 people from all regions of Germany and different European countries participated. Besides mass demonstrations and actions in the center of Hamburg, the port of Hamburg will be also a target of different actions on July 7th, where two different…

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short call by …umsGanze! and grow

short call by …umsGanze! and grow

Don’t fight the players, fight the game: Shut down the logistics of capital for the upcoming G20! Everyone loves a trip to Hamburg. In July 2017, there are two good reasons to go there. As a highlight of the ending German presidency of G20, the G20 summit is being held in Hamburg. Including media hype, police parade and the whole rigmarole. Hamburg and its harbour are an important hub for the German export economy and the global goods traffic –…

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