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Under the slogan “Grabbing, agro-industry, artificiality…. we have to get rid of them”, about 30,000 activists demonstrated – the police countered with 4,000 grenades, among other things. The protests coincided in timing with those against the pension reform. The French state is now trying to contain the activists with strong repression. The Interior Ministier Gerald Darmanin said, that he wants to advance the ban of the movment Soulesment de Terre. In the article, activists describe the wave of repression, their tactics, & also their look ahead.

“Above all, we are speaking to students, to the movement, and to society: we need you to get angry”. This is, what the people organizing End Fossil: Occupy!/ FFF Lisbon in Portugal want from society. To identify their anger over the political and economic strategy of sitting out climate crisis. They are calling for a strategic radicalization of protests – politicizing the youth, blocking the reproductive places of capitalism in society instead of participating in the green-washing of political failure through representation during events such as COP 27.

In this Episode of the OTF podcast, Muzna Alhaj, a sudanese organizer will be telling you about the role of the resistance committees in Sudans resistance against the military regime. The podcast also touches on the current political situation and the history of resistance in Sudan, the role of the Resistance Committees in the ongoing Sudanese revolution, capacity building, organizing, ideology, grief, support systems and solidarity.

DE// ENG// ES: Ryan della Salla und Tuk argumentieren in ihrem Beitrag für KlimaX ausgehend von ihren politischen Realitäten in queeren- und Klimagerechtigkeitskämpfen in Deutschland und Argentinien und anhand verschiedenster Bewegungsbeispiele in Deutschland und Lateinamerika für kollektive, solidarische und radikale Massenbewegungen. Im Kern ihrer strategischen Überlegungen geht es aber um das wie und warum wir zusammen Politik für eine soziale Emanzipation machen.

In this recording of a panel at the Berlin HAU theatre a number of different perspectives on the climate (justice) movement and the question how to create a climate just future are brought together. In honesty the pannelists discuss the lacking strategy of the movement and potential ways, strategies and tactics for actors to prevent climate crisis hits at its very worst.

Inhalt: Reflecting on the Australian history of resistance, the authors identify possible points of intervention for movements around the world. They identify a total of seven points of intervention: production, destruction, consumption, decision, assumption, opportunity and transportation.

Payal Parekh explores in her blog entry how a diversity of tactics wins cases for the Climate Justice Movement. To do so she elaborates on the lower court case against Shell in the Netherlands and makes the case for innovation and building synergies.

This photo documentary explores the resistance in the German Hambach forest. It has been one of the most iconic and partially also successful forest ocupations in German history and activists often refer to it when they discuss for example a diversity of tactics.