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Caravan to NoBorder-Camp in Thessaloniki
Alf is going to Thessaloniki in Greece. There the NoBorder-Camp is going to take place from 15th to 24nd of July and is a self-organized camp, which „aims to realize horizontal and direct-democratic structures and procedures.“ It announces the fight against all the oppressive and hierarchic settings. The camp raises the claim to „create new, steady, self-organized structures for support and solidarity to refugees and link together the already existing ones.“
Our plan is to start at the 1st of July in Germany. But we don’t want to travel to Greece alone with the Bus Alf, we want to go in a caravan.
During the journey Alf is not going to be the center of the caravan and cannot fend for the catering. In fact we want to plan and drive together with you in a kempt DIY-manner. That means, that Alf Partout on the one hand and the caravan on the other hand lives on people taking the initiative. We don’t want principals.
We’re going to try organizing free places in carts for people that want to come without car, together.
For the drive we provided 2 weeks, because Alf is not the fastest car driving 70km/h. Within 2 weeks there is enough time for unpredictable circumstances, which empirically appear regularly if you go by van. With time we can travel relaxed and have time to get to know each other (better). If we actually arrive some time before the NoBorder-Camp starts, there is the possibility to support the camp withe the composition.
Because we are going for an open caravan, you can decide, when and where you want to come along or leave. We are going to arrange suitable to the certain situations. The structure will be made by you locally. Every person is free to create they’re own individual plans.
There are several reasons why we want to travel in a caravan. On the one hand because we want to establish antisexist, antiracist, antifascist, anticapitalist (and so on) structures and we like to travel, on the other hand because we can reach a higher medial presence fore those topics thereby. Besides we are more immune from police assaults in a bigger group.
If you are interested in joining us, you can write an e-mail with the subject matter „caravan“. Than we can add you on the allocator. With the allocator we can organise details like the route, parking positions for the nights, squats and share experiences. Write, if you have a car and space for other people and would take them or not and if you are sure that you are coming or not.
Animals are welcome.
This is an appeal for a generous distribution of this invitation!
On the blog alfpartout.blogsport.eu you can find the newest infos about the caravan.
If you want to be added on the allocator, write us an e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Who is Alf Partout?
Alf Partout is a bus which activist people live in driving through the world.
What does Alf Partout do?
Alf Partout makes action to abolish hierarchic, capitalist and based on dominance structures, for example ecological destruction.
Alf Partout wants to work in direction of a caring society in which people live in respect with nature, that means plants, animals, mushrooms & other people and network for that.
Kinds of action:
Alf Partout is involved in house projects, blockades, organizes KüfAs ([Küche für Alle] = free price solidarity kitchens for manifestations, refugees at the borders, social projects or/and to support prisoners with the proceeds) and direct action like climbing actions or workshops (about recycling food, energy consumption,…)
In march/april 2016 a part of the Alf-Crew has been in Dunkerque (France) in the Refugee-Camp to support the people in the kitchen, deliver donations, and to get in contact with people.
The next destination probably is Idomeni (Greece).
Who lives in Alf Partout?
Alf Partout is a home for activists fighting global, social, economical, ecological & personal struggles for freedom.
Where does Alf Partout go?
Alf Partout is going directly to the places of happenings, to act practically.
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What does Alf Partout live from?
Alf Partout lives from recycled & dumpstered food, the proceeds of the KüfAs and solidarity parties and donations like diesel, climbing material, tools, toilet paper, spices, dressing material, rubber gloves, medicine (preferencial on the basis on plants), ointments, warm clothes, blankets, stock grounds, replacement parts for the bus & generally everything that can be used for cooking and washing-up.
megaphone, big bins for spices, big sieve, bowls of metal (5-15l)
It’s still important to donate for Calais!
Half of the unofficial camp is evicted, but the other part still exists. New camps are evolving and the people are still there.
Solidarity needs to get practical!
Tell us, if you want to support us, if you want to get involved or if you want to travel with us.
Freedom for all caged beings!