Build solidarity with Catalonia

On 1 October, while millions of Catalans were voting on our self determination, the Spanish government sent thousands of paramilitary police to brutally attack us. The violence against the people and, in contrast, the democratic firmness of the hundreds of thousands of people who peacefully defended their polling stations, illustrate this conflict perfectly.

World civil society must denounce the repression and support the right to decide of the people of Catalonia.

We call on different individuals and organisations to act, creating solidarity movements with the democratic rights of Catalonia and against repression. The struggle of the Catalan people shows that our strength lies in popular participation.

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Defend democracy: Build solidarity with Catalonia

English version of an article published in Público, 07/10/2018: By David Karvala, @davidkarvala, one of the promoters of the WithCatalonia initiative. We are in the midst of the anniversaries of different key events around the Catalan referendum of 1 October 2017. On 20 September 2017 there were police raids on Catalan...

International events for the anniversary of the Catalan referendum – #Viva1Oct

Events to commemorate 1 October Facebook events Send information about other events to withcatalonia@gmail.com 29/09/18 Moaña, Galiza: Xornada de solidariedade con Catalunya Sábado 30/09/18, 19.30h Xardins do Concello, Moaña Org: ANC Galiza https://twitter.com/GalizaAnc 30/09/18 Manchester: Freedom walk Sunday 30/09/18, 11am Picadilly Gardens, walk to St Anns. Org: CDR North West England...

Take a photo to support people’s power in Catalonia! #Viva1Oct

A year ago, on 1 October 2017, hundreds of thousands of ordinary people in Catalonia mobilised to make possible the referendum on the future of their country. Despite terrible police repression —which left over a thousand people injured and seized hundreds of ballot boxes— over two million people voted, the vast...