European Squatting Meeting in Barcelona

Next 17, 18, 19, and 20 of June, a European Squatting
Meeting will be held in the ?CSO La Forsa? (Avenida de la Fama, 41,
Cornella de Llobregat – Barcelona), so we are contacting groups across
Europe who are interested in participate.




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Program

Wednesday 16 June

Arrival & Welcome: Food,
Drinks & Live Music (Txaranga)

Thursday 17 June

Morning
Program

Opening: Presentation of the different squats presents
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Historical Context: Beginning of the squat movement in Europe
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Political Context: Legal framework, repression and response strategies
(Contacts and agreements with the state, response on the street,
assimilation of evictions … )
? Present and Future
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Connexions with other struggles

We´d like that every collective
could make a little scheme of this to tackle it better.

Evening
Program

Discussion:
We would like to expose different
strategies against repression followed in different spaces and places
and their long-term effects: legalizations, agreements, different kinds
of direct response against evictions and its effects of the activities
of the spaces (such as the reception of children, support groups
outlawed …)

Friday 18 June

Morning Program

Speakings:
Exhibition of different particular cases of ways of acting against
evictions trying to accommodate the existing diversity.
(To Be
specified but we want cases sufficiently representative into the direct
action)

Evening Program

Discussion:
Consequences of
different types of reaction to evictions: Legal, personal and movements
long-term effects?…

Saturday 19 June

Morning Program

Open
Air: Food & Theater

Demonstration

Evening Program

Speakings:
Exhibition of different struggles with the squat movement as a
catalyst or as a support for their development.

Sunday 20
June

Morning Program

Discussion:
Police repression
and different methods of repression, see if there is an underlying
political purpose at the European level and seek to form a general
picture of it for a European legal perspective of the map and the
national and local nuances (Commonalities and differences between
countries and areas …) Any trends in common? Are they using the same
methods of repression? (Increased penalties, penalties of areas not
previously legislated sentences, fines penalties, tightening of the
evictions, more or less aggressive or spectacular of these, proposals
for legalization and recovery of the spaces …)

Evening Program

Speaking-Discussion:
Police and European police networks,
how they affect us, development and effective action (DNA, databases,
files police activists, agreed the closure of borders …)

Conclusions
and future proposals

Closing Event: Drinks and Live Music

Both
sessions in the morning as the afternoon will be divided into two
blocks with a break in the middle. We provide simultaneous
interpretation.