Legal Infos Blockupy 2013

A short flyer containing basic information will be available soon for the action days.

The location for the camp is at Frankfurt Rebstock. The Camp will be set up from Monday (May 27) onwards and opened on Wednesday (May 29). There will be a programme of discussions and cultural events:

May 31st:
Mass blockades of the European Central Bank (ECB)
Blockupy Zeil: 12:30 pm at Primark, Zeil 94, Am Springbrunnen
Further actions: Rally at Deutsche Bank against landgrabbing, actions at real estate corporations against evictions.
Blockupy Deportation Airport! action:

June 1st:
large international demonstration: rally at 11h00 am at Baseler Platz (near main train station).
The demonstration will go to the ECB (Willy-Brandt-Platz) with a short rally.
An international assembly will discuss the future of resistance.

There will be protests on June 1st in other countries as well, for instance in Portugal, Spain, Cyprus, Slovenia, France, Greece, Italy, and the UK. In London the demonstration will start at 2pm at HM Treasury, 1 Royal Horse Guards, symbol of austerity forces in the United Kingdom. A march will then proceed to the European Comission representation in the UK, at 34 Smith Square, symbol of the austerity forces in Europe.

International Call: From the crisis’ edges to the power’s core:

Blockupy call from Germany:

International call for June 1st from Portugal:

Italian coalition:

There are many other calls for Blockupy, from trade unionists, students, the ‘Ums Ganze’ network, etc.

IL (Interventionist Left) call: Waiting no more. Staying in movement. Blockupy 2013:

Feminist call: Let’s care! Let’s dance! Let’s bloccupy – the feminist way!
Shake up social and economic conditions – the care revolution!

Documents preparing the action days
General character of the demonstration, Saturday June 1st 2013 (in German:Demobild):

Overall vision for the actions and blockades on Friday May 31st in the financial district of Frankfurt and beyond… (in German: Aktionsbild):

Action Agreements for Friday, May 31st 2013 (in German: Aktionskonsens):

Legal Issues
There is a Legal Team in Frankfurt (called Ermittlungsausschuss (EA) in German), an office of activists with contacts to lawyers, they can be called if you or your friends are arrested.

Legal Info (2012) in several languages (booklet by Rote Hilfe): What to do at demonstrations in case of repression:

English version (pdf):
French: Consignes de comportement lors de manifs:
Spanish: Consejos practicos en manifestaciones:
Italian, Polish and Greek:

Posters, flyers, etc.:
Graphics, logos: