Hello from Barcelona, This is the first weekly newsletter that will inform you about the activities of 15M movement in Barcelona, Catalonia and occasionally the
Live streamed yesterday: http://bambuser.com/v/2384548 This is our new trend, after every demonstration we don’t pay the metro. In this video we can see a group
The Occupy Movement has taken much of its inspiration from Spain’s “Outraged” Movement: what lessons does Spain have for Occupy now?
The Madrid meeting that the 15M has been holding every Tuesday in Puerta del Sol (‘cafes indignados’) to discuss various issues has been broken up by the
This document was consensuated in Madrid by the working group ‘International policies’. We informed yesterday the general assembly in Madrid and we ask now to
The policy of cuts to public health applied in Catalonia has caused the closure of referral hospitals, like the Bellvitge hospital, and the closure of
It has been a long time decisions are taken for us but without us. Once upon a time, there were collective spaces where people lived
Hi, I’m going to make a report, explaining my personal view of some of the last protests in Spain, wich I think could be really
A group of pensioners protest in a bus line 47 (TM Barcelona) against cuts in social services. The collective ’iaioflautas’ has taken the bus in plaza Catalunya, beginning of the bus route which finish in Canyelles, they
Min 3:30 appears catalan police On Saturday afternoon over a hundred thousand people participated in the rally against the cuts the Catalan government. The demonstration was called by trade unions, the Catalan Social Forum, 15M
The cuts will mean an increase of crime, the “mossos” (catalan police) do not have to hide or makeup. The Administration can not lie to the people and accept their responsibilities. Therefore, all unions we propose the following instructions: A tug is not a theft. A theft is not a loss.
The security ex deputy mayoress of Barcelona, Assumpta Escarp, the managing director of the Mossos d’Esquadra (Catalonian Police), Manel Prat, the responsible for the public