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📖 Lesetipp❗

🌳 ✊ Wie sieht die Zukunft von #FridaysforFuture aus? Dazu gibt u.a. der Protestforscher Simon Teune in der #DW seine Einschätzung.

❓ Teune hatte zuvor eine von der #HeinrichBöll und der #OttoBrennerStiftung unterstütze Studie zu #FFF veröffentlicht.

👆 Den Artikel gibt es hier: https://www.dw.com/de/wie-sieht-die-zukunft-von-fridays-for-future-aus/a-50436506

👆 Die Studie zu #F4F es hier: https://www.otto-brenner-stiftung.de/wissenschaftsportal/informationsseiten-zu-studien/studie-zu-fridays-for-future/

#Klimaschutz #Klima #Klimawandel #Demonstration #Protest

 
Hallo zusammen!

Ich habe gerade fuer neugierige Menschen in dem jabber channel umwelt@conference.conversations.im meine persoenlichen erfahrungen mit extinction rebellion und meiner ersten aktion des zivilen ungehorsams erklaert. Wenn ihr diesem Jabber Channel beitretet, werdet ihr auch vergangenes lesen koennen.

Ein Boost waere toll.

#jabber #dezentral #umwelt #extinctionrebellion #klima #klimaschutz #klimastreik #protest #erneuerbareenergien #eeg

 
Gegengipfel zu G7: Mobilisierung im Baskenland
https://taz.de/Gegengipfel-zu-G7/!5620177/
#G7GipfelBiarritz #Protest #Globalisierungskritik #Klimaschutz #Europa #Politik

 
Gegengipfel zu G7: Mobilisierung im Baskenland
https://taz.de/Gegengipfel-zu-G7/!5620177/
#G7GipfelBiarritz #Protest #Globalisierungskritik #Klimaschutz #Europa #Politik

 
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Mexico city, Mexico 16-17 August 2019
Anti-rape, anti-patriarchy protests as people gathered in the streets of Mexico city demanding justice for the rape victims. Against gender inequality, against state repression and patriarchy.
Photographs by Christopher Rogel Banquet
#Anti Patriarchy #feminismo #PRI #PAN #Mexico #México #protest #justice

 
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Mexico city, Mexico 16-17 August 2019
Anti-rape, anti-patriarchy protests as people gathered in the streets of Mexico city demanding justice for the rape victims. Against gender inequality, against state repression and patriarchy.
Photographs by Christopher Rogel Banquet
#Anti Patriarchy #feminismo #PRI #PAN #Mexico #México #protest #justice

 

Solidarität mit #Assange ist Solidarität mit der #Wahrheit. Letztere siegt zwar am Ende immer, aber in einer funktionierenden #Demokratie siegt sie eben sofort, hier und jetzt.

Wer darauf wartet, dass die Geschichte Assange Recht gibt, hat Demokratie nicht verstanden– und damit nicht verdient, frei zu sein.


Von hier: https://www.deutschlandfunkkultur.de/presse-und-informationsfreiheit-wo-bleibt-der-aufschrei.1005.de.html?dram:article_id=456346

#Freiheit #politik #Menschrechte #protest #justiz

 

Solidarität mit #Assange ist Solidarität mit der #Wahrheit. Letztere siegt zwar am Ende immer, aber in einer funktionierenden #Demokratie siegt sie eben sofort, hier und jetzt.

Wer darauf wartet, dass die Geschichte Assange Recht gibt, hat Demokratie nicht verstanden– und damit nicht verdient, frei zu sein.


Von hier: https://www.deutschlandfunkkultur.de/presse-und-informationsfreiheit-wo-bleibt-der-aufschrei.1005.de.html?dram:article_id=456346

#Freiheit #politik #Menschrechte #protest #justiz

 
Ich habe das Gefühl, in einer Blase zu leben — Die Klimakrise ist nicht in jedem Land Gesprächsthema Nummer eins, musste unsere Kolumnistin feststellen. Die Fridays-for-Future-Aktivistin berichtet von ihrem Praktikum in Rumänien. — https://www.klimareporter.de/protest/ich-habe-das-gefuehl-in-einer-blase-zu-leben #Klimakrise #Protest

 
#cashless #China #HongKong #protest #privacy #surveillance

Hong Kong Protests Show Dangers of a Cashless Society – Reason.com



Allowing cash to die would be a grave mistake. A cashless society is a surveillance society. The recent round of protests in Hong Kong highlights exactly what we have to lose.
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In Hong Kong, most people use a contactless smart card called an "Octopus card" to pay for everything from transit, to parking, and even retail purchases. It's pretty handy: Just wave your tentacular card over the sensor and make your way to the platform.

But no one used their Octopus card to get around Hong Kong during the protests. The risk was that a government could view the central database of Octopus transactions to unmask these democratic ne'er-do-wells. Traveling downtown during the height of the protests? You could get put on a list, even if you just happened to be in the area.
Hong Kong Protests Show Dangers of a Cashless Society

 
#cashless #China #HongKong #protest #privacy #surveillance

Hong Kong Protests Show Dangers of a Cashless Society – Reason.com



Allowing cash to die would be a grave mistake. A cashless society is a surveillance society. The recent round of protests in Hong Kong highlights exactly what we have to lose.
[…]
In Hong Kong, most people use a contactless smart card called an "Octopus card" to pay for everything from transit, to parking, and even retail purchases. It's pretty handy: Just wave your tentacular card over the sensor and make your way to the platform.

But no one used their Octopus card to get around Hong Kong during the protests. The risk was that a government could view the central database of Octopus transactions to unmask these democratic ne'er-do-wells. Traveling downtown during the height of the protests? You could get put on a list, even if you just happened to be in the area.
Hong Kong Protests Show Dangers of a Cashless Society

 

⚠️ Überwachung

Reporter ohne Grenzen protestiert gegen geplante Kriminalisierung von Tor-Servern


📌 Innenminister Seehofer will mit dem neuen IT-Sicherheitsgesetz das Tor-Netzwerk kriminalisieren. Das schadet der Pressefreiheit und dem Informantenschutz. Opposition und Reporter ohne Grenzen protestieren scharf gegen das Vorhaben.

#Überwachung #ReporterohneGrenzen #Protest #Kriminalisierung #Tor-Servern #Innenminister #Seehofer #IT-Sicherheitsgesetz #Sicherheitsgesetz #Tor-Netzwerk #Pressefreiheit #Informantenschutz #Opposition #Reporter
Reporter ohne Grenzen protestiert gegen geplante Kriminalisierung von Tor-Servern

 

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Reporter ohne Grenzen protestiert gegen geplante Kriminalisierung von Tor-Servern


📌 Innenminister Seehofer will mit dem neuen IT-Sicherheitsgesetz das Tor-Netzwerk kriminalisieren. Das schadet der Pressefreiheit und dem Informantenschutz. Opposition und Reporter ohne Grenzen protestieren scharf gegen das Vorhaben.

#Überwachung #ReporterohneGrenzen #Protest #Kriminalisierung #Tor-Servern #Innenminister #Seehofer #IT-Sicherheitsgesetz #Sicherheitsgesetz #Tor-Netzwerk #Pressefreiheit #Informantenschutz #Opposition #Reporter
Reporter ohne Grenzen protestiert gegen geplante Kriminalisierung von Tor-Servern

 

⚠️ Überwachung

Reporter ohne Grenzen protestiert gegen geplante Kriminalisierung von Tor-Servern


📌 Innenminister Seehofer will mit dem neuen IT-Sicherheitsgesetz das Tor-Netzwerk kriminalisieren. Das schadet der Pressefreiheit und dem Informantenschutz. Opposition und Reporter ohne Grenzen protestieren scharf gegen das Vorhaben.

#Überwachung #ReporterohneGrenzen #Protest #Kriminalisierung #Tor-Servern #Innenminister #Seehofer #IT-Sicherheitsgesetz #Sicherheitsgesetz #Tor-Netzwerk #Pressefreiheit #Informantenschutz #Opposition #Reporter
Reporter ohne Grenzen protestiert gegen geplante Kriminalisierung von Tor-Servern

 
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El 3 de mayo reunimos voluntades para caminar por nuestro medio ambiente y exigir un freno a esta crisis climática.
Fuimos al senado para que escuchar a nuestras consignas y respetarán los acuerdos internacionales en materia ambiental.
Nos vemos a la siguiente, compañeros.

#FridaysForFuture #FridaysForFutureMx
#ClimateStrike #FFFMx #globalwarming #Climatechange #globalstrikeforfuture #globalstrike #gretathunberg #comic #protest #strikeforclimate #stopclimatechange #youthstrike4climate #Youthforclimate

 
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March for Science in Potsdam. Next time there’s a Climate demo near you, show your support and raise your voice! 🙏🏻❤️✊.
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#climatechange #fridaysforfuture #science #facts #parentsforfuture #gretathunberg #protest #takeaction

 

Empörung


"(...) Der Sturz der aktuellen präsidialen 5. Republik (die Abwahl) ist inzwischen mehrheitsfähig. Regierungsseitige Darstellungen und Verlautbarungen ernten immer öfter Gespött. Demonstrierende fordern vehement die Freilassung Verhafteter. [...]"

Link zum Beitrag: https://neue-debatte.com/2019/04/23/gelbwesten-proteste-akt-23-repression-gegen-sanitaeter-und-journalisten/
#Frankreich #Paris #Gesellschaft #Gelbwesten #Protest #Staat #Demokratie #EU #Europa
Gelbwesten-Proteste Akt 23 – Repression gegen Sanitäter und Journalisten

 

Empörung


"(...) Der Sturz der aktuellen präsidialen 5. Republik (die Abwahl) ist inzwischen mehrheitsfähig. Regierungsseitige Darstellungen und Verlautbarungen ernten immer öfter Gespött. Demonstrierende fordern vehement die Freilassung Verhafteter. [...]"

Link zum Beitrag: https://neue-debatte.com/2019/04/23/gelbwesten-proteste-akt-23-repression-gegen-sanitaeter-und-journalisten/
#Frankreich #Paris #Gesellschaft #Gelbwesten #Protest #Staat #Demokratie #EU #Europa
Gelbwesten-Proteste Akt 23 – Repression gegen Sanitäter und Journalisten

 

Only rebellion will prevent an ecological apocalypse


George Monbiot (The Guardian)

No one is coming to save us. Mass civil disobedience is essential to force a political response.

Had we put as much effort into preventing environmental catastrophe as we’ve spent on making excuses for inaction, we would have solved it by now. Everywhere I look, I see people engaged in furious attempts to fend off the moral challenge it presents.

The commonest current excuse is this: “I bet those protesters have phones/go on holiday/wear leather shoes.” In other words, we won’t listen to anyone who is not living naked in a barrel, subsisting only on murky water. Of course, if you are living naked in a barrel we will dismiss you too, because you’re a hippie weirdo. Every messenger, and every message they bear, is disqualified on the grounds of either impurity or purity. (...)

The political class, as anyone who has followed its progress over the past three years can surely now see, is chaotic, unwilling and, in isolation, strategically incapable of addressing even short-term crises, let alone a vast existential predicament. Yet a widespread and wilful naivety prevails: the belief that voting is the only political action required to change a system. (...)

The media, with a few exceptions, is actively hostile. Even when broadcasters cover these issues, they carefully avoid any mention of power, talking about environmental collapse as if it is driven by mysterious, passive forces, and proposing microscopic fixes for vast structural problems. The BBC’s Blue Planet Live series exemplified this tendency. (...)

Catastrophe afflicts people now and, unlike those in the rich world who can still afford to wallow in despair, they are forced to respond in practical ways. In Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi, devastated by Cyclone Idai, in Syria, Libya and Yemen, where climate chaos has contributed to civil war, in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador,, where crop failure, drought and the collapse of fisheries have driven people from their homes, despair is not an option. Our inaction has forced them into action, as they respond to terrifying circumstances caused primarily by the rich world’s consumption. (...)

Our system – characterised by perpetual economic growth on a planet that is not growing – will inevitably implode. The only question is whether the transformation is planned or unplanned. Our task is to ensure it is planned, and fast. We need to conceive and build a new system based on the principle that every generation, everywhere has an equal right to enjoy natural wealth. (...)

The time for excuses is over. The struggle to overthrow our life-denying system has begun.

Full article



‘Catastrophe afflicts people now and, unlike those in the rich world who can still afford to wallow in despair, they are forced to respond in practical ways.’ Photograph: Guillem Sartorio/AFP/Getty Images

Tags: #climate #climate change #global warming #plastic pollution #ozone layer #waste #pollution #environment #nuclear waste #politics #media #news media #journalism #journalist #power #protest #bbc #blue planet #

 

Only rebellion will prevent an ecological apocalypse


George Monbiot (The Guardian)

No one is coming to save us. Mass civil disobedience is essential to force a political response.

Had we put as much effort into preventing environmental catastrophe as we’ve spent on making excuses for inaction, we would have solved it by now. Everywhere I look, I see people engaged in furious attempts to fend off the moral challenge it presents.

The commonest current excuse is this: “I bet those protesters have phones/go on holiday/wear leather shoes.” In other words, we won’t listen to anyone who is not living naked in a barrel, subsisting only on murky water. Of course, if you are living naked in a barrel we will dismiss you too, because you’re a hippie weirdo. Every messenger, and every message they bear, is disqualified on the grounds of either impurity or purity. (...)

The political class, as anyone who has followed its progress over the past three years can surely now see, is chaotic, unwilling and, in isolation, strategically incapable of addressing even short-term crises, let alone a vast existential predicament. Yet a widespread and wilful naivety prevails: the belief that voting is the only political action required to change a system. (...)

The media, with a few exceptions, is actively hostile. Even when broadcasters cover these issues, they carefully avoid any mention of power, talking about environmental collapse as if it is driven by mysterious, passive forces, and proposing microscopic fixes for vast structural problems. The BBC’s Blue Planet Live series exemplified this tendency. (...)

Catastrophe afflicts people now and, unlike those in the rich world who can still afford to wallow in despair, they are forced to respond in practical ways. In Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi, devastated by Cyclone Idai, in Syria, Libya and Yemen, where climate chaos has contributed to civil war, in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador,, where crop failure, drought and the collapse of fisheries have driven people from their homes, despair is not an option. Our inaction has forced them into action, as they respond to terrifying circumstances caused primarily by the rich world’s consumption. (...)

Our system – characterised by perpetual economic growth on a planet that is not growing – will inevitably implode. The only question is whether the transformation is planned or unplanned. Our task is to ensure it is planned, and fast. We need to conceive and build a new system based on the principle that every generation, everywhere has an equal right to enjoy natural wealth. (...)

The time for excuses is over. The struggle to overthrow our life-denying system has begun.

Full article



‘Catastrophe afflicts people now and, unlike those in the rich world who can still afford to wallow in despair, they are forced to respond in practical ways.’ Photograph: Guillem Sartorio/AFP/Getty Images

Tags: #climate #climate change #global warming #plastic pollution #ozone layer #waste #pollution #environment #nuclear waste #politics #media #news media #journalism #journalist #power #protest #bbc #blue planet #

 

Only rebellion will prevent an ecological apocalypse


George Monbiot (The Guardian)

No one is coming to save us. Mass civil disobedience is essential to force a political response.

Had we put as much effort into preventing environmental catastrophe as we’ve spent on making excuses for inaction, we would have solved it by now. Everywhere I look, I see people engaged in furious attempts to fend off the moral challenge it presents.

The commonest current excuse is this: “I bet those protesters have phones/go on holiday/wear leather shoes.” In other words, we won’t listen to anyone who is not living naked in a barrel, subsisting only on murky water. Of course, if you are living naked in a barrel we will dismiss you too, because you’re a hippie weirdo. Every messenger, and every message they bear, is disqualified on the grounds of either impurity or purity. (...)

The political class, as anyone who has followed its progress over the past three years can surely now see, is chaotic, unwilling and, in isolation, strategically incapable of addressing even short-term crises, let alone a vast existential predicament. Yet a widespread and wilful naivety prevails: the belief that voting is the only political action required to change a system. (...)

The media, with a few exceptions, is actively hostile. Even when broadcasters cover these issues, they carefully avoid any mention of power, talking about environmental collapse as if it is driven by mysterious, passive forces, and proposing microscopic fixes for vast structural problems. The BBC’s Blue Planet Live series exemplified this tendency. (...)

Catastrophe afflicts people now and, unlike those in the rich world who can still afford to wallow in despair, they are forced to respond in practical ways. In Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi, devastated by Cyclone Idai, in Syria, Libya and Yemen, where climate chaos has contributed to civil war, in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador,, where crop failure, drought and the collapse of fisheries have driven people from their homes, despair is not an option. Our inaction has forced them into action, as they respond to terrifying circumstances caused primarily by the rich world’s consumption. (...)

Our system – characterised by perpetual economic growth on a planet that is not growing – will inevitably implode. The only question is whether the transformation is planned or unplanned. Our task is to ensure it is planned, and fast. We need to conceive and build a new system based on the principle that every generation, everywhere has an equal right to enjoy natural wealth. (...)

The time for excuses is over. The struggle to overthrow our life-denying system has begun.

Full article



‘Catastrophe afflicts people now and, unlike those in the rich world who can still afford to wallow in despair, they are forced to respond in practical ways.’ Photograph: Guillem Sartorio/AFP/Getty Images

Tags: #climate #climate change #global warming #plastic pollution #ozone layer #waste #pollution #environment #nuclear waste #politics #media #news media #journalism #journalist #power #protest #bbc #blue planet #

 
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! Freitag, 5. April 2019: Protest gegen AfD-Meuthen an der Fachhochschule [Antifaschismus]


#AfD #Meuthen #Protestveranstaltung #Antirassismus #Antifaschismus #Antifa #Antira #Frankfurt #Wahlen #Fachhochschule #Uni #Universität #Bildung #Menschenwürde #EU #AgR #Europawahl #Diesmalwahleich #Protest #Faschismus #Rassismus #Hetze

Bitte weiter erzählen und Hingehen...

Mit einem bunten Angebot – Informationsständen, Ansprachen, Musik – wollen wir lautstark dokumentieren, dass Faschismus und Rassismus keinen Platz in unserer Gesellschaft haben dürfen.
  • Wann: Freitag, 05.04.2019 von 15:00 bis 20:00 Uhr
  • Wo: Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, Nibelungenplatz 1 (Frankfurt a. M.)
Jörg Meuthen, Bundessprecher und Spitzenkandidat der AfD zur Europawahl, ist zu einer Podiumsdiskussion an der Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences eingeladen worden.

Eine breite studentische Initiative, unterstützt von 130 weiteren Erstunterzeichner_innen, hat in einem offenen Brief den Präsidenten der FRA-UAS, Prof. Frank E. P. Dievernich, aufgefordert, Meuthen wieder auszuladen.

Auf unsere Bitte ist er leider nicht eingegangen. Sein Argument: die Neutralität der Hochschule als staatliche Institution verpflichte ihn dazu, alle im Parlament vertretenen Parteien einzuladen.

Das sehen wir anders. In unseren Augen ist die AfD keine »normale« Partei. Sie ist vielmehr eine Partei, die sich die Hetze gegen Muslime zum Hauptlebenszweck gemacht hat, die streikende Schüler_innen als »»ökopolitisch korrekte Kindersoldaten« und deren Demonstrationen als »politischen Missbrauch« verunglimpft.

Da der Präsident unserer Hochschule nicht auf die Bitte, Jörg Meuthen wieder auszuladen eingegangen ist, möchten wir als Hochschulgruppe des Bündnisses Aufstehen gegen Rassismus am Tag der Veranstaltung für den Nachmittag mit Hilfe der Studierenden ein vielfältiges und buntes Programm planen, um ein deutliches Zeichen gegen die Einladung von Jörg Meuthen zu setzen.

Es wird unter anderem Stände der Hochschulgruppen, von Aufstehen gegen Rassismus RheinMain, den Naturfreunden, Sea Watch, Seebrücke, VVN-BdA und vielen mehr geben, sowie Musik und Redebeiträge von Studierenden, Lehrenden und diversen anderen Initiativen!

Kommt vorbei und protestiert friedlich mit uns!

Wenn ihr euch an der Vorbereitung beteiligen oder die Gelegenheit nutzen wollt, eure Initiativen einem breiteren Publikum vorzustellen, schreibt uns eine Mail: agr.fra-aus@gmx.de (Aufstehen gegen Rassismus FRA-UAS)

(Die Podiumsdiskussion findet am 5. April um 18 Uhr im Gebäude 4, Audimax statt.)