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Squatting in Europe: Radical Spaces, Urban Struggles

Minor Compositions, 2013


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Resource IDsek2013
Resource titleSquatting in Europe: Radical Spaces, Urban Struggles
Author(s)Squatting Europe Kollective
Publication/ sourceMinor Compositions
Date published 2013
Summary text/ abstractThanks to the Occupy movement, the call to squat is once again raised more widely and acted upon with increasing frequency. Most of these movements used the (re)appropriated spaces to set up tents, kitchens, libraries, and media centers to collectively organize their assemblies and working groups, their rallies and marches, as well as their everyday lives in a horizontal, self-managed, and direct-democratic style. In the process, they have transformed public spaces into commons – common spaces opened up by the occupiers who inhabit them and share them according to their own rules.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Direct Action & Protest, Politics, Simplicity
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