Since Friday, May 15, many seasonal workers, working at „Spargelhof Ritter“ are on strike. It‘s about salaries not payed till now. The workers should be paid between 1,500€ to 2,000€ a month. After one month of hard work the farmer paid only 100€ to 300€.

More than this, many of the workers live in containers without any heating. 4 to 5 persons are living in one room, what is unacceptable under normal circumstances, the more it is in times of corona-pandemia. There were no or less explanations about safety precautions facing the pandemia, even no or less distribution of protective clothing like masks.

The FAU Bonn is in contact with the seasonal workers and supports their struggle to make the bosses pay, for better accommodations and...

comunistaThe victory over Nazism and fascism in the Second World War is a major event in history, the memory of which must be preserved and defended in the face of repeated attempts at historical falsification aimed at making the broad public forget the decisive role played by the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), communists and anti-fascists from around the world.

Generated by the crises...

April 25, 2020, marks the 75th Anniversary of the historic meeting between Soviet and American soldiers, who shook hands on the damaged bridge over the Elbe River. This event heralded the decisive defeat of the Nazi regime.

The meeting on the Elbe represented a culmination of tremendous efforts by the many countries and peoples that joined forces under...

firOnce again, we must realize a neo-fascist mass crime. In Hanau (Hessen) on Wednesday evening, a 43-year-old man murdered at least nine people in two shisha bars in the city center. Further persons were injured. According to police, everything points to a xenophobic motive. The man had made his extreme right-wing sentiments clear a few days earlier in a confessional video on "You Tube", where he...

Today, ca 150 people from Ende Gelände and DeCOALonize Europe occupied the premises of the coal-fired power station Datteln 4 near Dortmund, Germany. For nine hours they blocked loading facilities and band-conveyors. Their action of civil disobedience was a protest against the new coal-law of the German goverment and the devastating consequences of hard-coal mining in Russia and Columbia. At the...

In this moment, about 150 people are occupying the coal-fired power station Datteln 4 near the city of Dortmund, Germany. At 7.30 am the activists of Ende Gelände and DeCOALonize Europe entered the premises of the power plant; now they are blocking crucial infrastructure. Their action of civil disobedience is a protest against the coal law of the German goverment.

According to this law, coal...

Cottbus | Chóśebuz, 30 november 2019. At 5pm, the international climate justice movement “Ende Gelaende” (“Here And No Further”) successfully ends today’s day of action. Since the early morning, climate activists have been blocking coal mines and coal infrastructure in the Lusatian and Leipzig coal mining areas. They occupied the open-cast mines Jaenschwalde-Ost, Welzow-Sued and Vereinigtes...

Cottbus | Chóśebuz, 30 november 2019. Since this morning, around 4,000 activists from international climate justice movement Ende Gelaende (“Here And No Further”) have successfully blocked coal infrastructure in the Leipzig and Lusatian areas. Large groups of activists reached the Jaenschwalde open-cast mine, the Welzow-Sued open-cast mine and the coal railway to the Jaenschwalde power station...

Cottbus | Chóśebuz, 30 november 2019. Currently, several action groups from international climate justice movement Ende Gelaende (“Here And No Further”) are blocking various points of coal infrastructure in the Lusatian and Leipzig areas. At 8am, around 500 climate activists arrived simultaneously at the Jaenschwalde Ost open-cast mine and 450 at a coal railway connected to the Jaenschwalde power...

Cottbus | Chóśebuz, 30 november 2019. Two days before the start of COP25, 4.000 activists of the international climate justice movement Ende Gelaende (“Here And No Further”) set off towards opencast lignite mines in Eastern Germany. Various action groups with activists from all over Europe started from the cities of Dresden, Leipzig and Berlin to block opencast mines and coal infrastructure in...

On 30 November 2019, thousands of activists from the anti-coal alliance Ende Gelaende will block coal infrastructure in the Lusatia and Leipzig coalfields in Eastern Germany. They demand an immediate coal phase-out and a fundamental system change. This action is part of a joint action weekend with Fridays for Future held in protest against the German government’s failed climate policy. On the...

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