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Occupy Oakland In 2011 and the ensuing years, the world witnessed a global wave of assembly movements such as Occupy Wall Street, the Spanish Indignados, the Turkish Gezi Park protests and Nuit Debout in France. What distinguished these various movements is that they often did not seek to acquire state power, and in many cases refused...Lees verder
Cover of an ABN AMRO brochure Are you jobless, on the dole, a drop-out, homeless, a refugee, seriously ill, a debtor or an ex-offender? If so, there is a good change that, during your debt assistance, integration or reintegration project, you will have to work for a bank, such as the Rabobank, a health ensurer such as CZ, or a...Lees verder
In 2016 Doorbraak activist Jennifer van Leijen initiated a campaign to stop the Dutch government from subsidizing blackface (Zwarte Piet or Black Pete) on children’s television. More than 12.000 people already signed. Van Leijen regularly writes updates. Here is number 18 (also read numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6/7, 8, 9, 10, 11,...Lees verder
Logo On May 1, International Workers’ Day or May Day, the Dutch trade union FNV will organize a national demonstration in The Hague (2:00 pm at Malieveld). Together with Bond Precaire Woonvormen (BPW), Doorbraak is planning a radical block within this demonstration, focussing on unemployed, flexworkers and flex tenants. This article is based off interviews...Lees verder
Zwarte Piet is racisme In 2016 Doorbraak activist Jennifer van Leijen initiated a campaign to stop the Dutch government from subsidizing blackface (Zwarte Piet or Black Pete) on children’s television. More than 12.000 people already signed. Van Leijen regularly writes updates. Here is number 17 (also read numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6/7, 8, 9, 10, 11,...Lees verder
Zwarte Piet is racisme In 2016 Doorbraak activist Jennifer van Leijen initiated a campaign to stop the Dutch government from subsidizing blackface (Zwarte Piet or Black Pete) on children’s television. More than 12.000 people already signed. Van Leijen regularly writes updates. Here is number 16 (also read numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6/7, 8, 9, 10, 11,...Lees verder
"We want to live wíth you" On Thursday, March 15 demonstrators from Utrecht housing action group We Want Housing (We Want Woonruimte) and Bond Precaire Woonvormen gathered at the Janskerkhof to publicly present their list of demands to the university, municipality, and housing corporation. Comprised of both students and residents of Utrecht, the groups organized Thursday’s protest as a result...Lees verder
Hoofdkwartier van Casa Pound Today are the parliamentary elections in Italy. Things are not looking good: according to the polls, the coalition of Silvio Berlusconi and Matteo Salvini is likely to win a majority of seats. It would not only mean Berlusconi’s return to power (although he will not be able to take up the premiership himself, as...Lees verder
After the book "The Kite Runner" by Khaled Hosseini: the kite as a symbol of freedom. Yesterday was the international day of action against the expulsion of refugees to Afghanistan. Approximately three hundred people attended in Utrecht, including a considerable number of Afghan refugees. Besides Utrecht there were also demonstrations in Amsterdam, Nijmegen and Maastricht. And there were campaigns in various other European countries, such as Sweden, Germany, Poland, Austria,...Lees verder
Zwarte Piet is racisme In 2016 Doorbraak activist Jennifer van Leijen initiated a campaign to stop the Dutch government from subsidizing blackface (Zwarte Piet or Black Pete) on children’s television. More than 12.000 people already signed. Van Leijen regularly writes updates. Here is number 15 (also read numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6/7, 8, 9, 10, 11,...Lees verder
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