Keyword: Dale Farm
LONDRES – 16 Fevereiro 2009Paróquia de Essex se prepara para acolher famílias de ciganos despejados Jo Siedlecka Uma paróquia em Essex se prepara para acomodar dezenas de ciganos – mulheres, crianças e bebês em seu salão paroquial, depois de as autoridades municipais terem permitido sua expulsão do acampamento onde estavam. Famílias inteiras terão apenas 45 minutos para sair, antes da chegada dos oficiais de justiça.
Dale Farm Travellers site in Essex. (Suzanne Plunkett/REUTERS ) Local councils say they can no longer afford to provide sites for Travellers – and now the evictions are about to begin.
An International Zero Eviction Day is taking place at Dale Farm, Essex, on Saturday, 9 April in connection with the International Alliance of Inhabitants. Leading Romani activists from Germany, Spain, Holland and former Yugoslavia will join residents at the barricades against evictions ordered by Basildon District Council to 90 Traveller families
UK urged to find negotiated settlement to eviction stand-off with 86 Irish Traveller families – UN experts
Two UN human rights experts* in the field of housing and minority issues called on the United Kingdom Government to find a peaceful and appropriate solution, and adequate alternative housing for 86 Irish Traveller families faced with forced eviction from Dale Farm, Essex, before the end of August.
Travellers and Romany people from across Europe have protested against the planned evictions Basildon Council has given the 200 people living on 51 unauthorised pitches at Dale Farm, Essex, until the end of August to leave. The UN's Raquel Rolnik has now called on the UK government to find a peaceful solution to the matter.
1. Camp Constant: a mass gathering of national and international supporters of the Dale Farm community will commence on the ‘Big weekend’, Saturday, 27th to Monday 29th August , which is the final weekend before Travellers have been told they must abandon their homes or face the bulldozers. Residents of Dale Farm have invited supporters down for a long weekend of skill sharing and cultural celebration. Join us for:
The eviction at Dale Farm is set to start on Monday 19th September at the very beginning of World Zero Evictions Days – World Habitat Days!We are calling on supporters to come and help them stop the eviction or act as human rights monitors. Some of us will be engaging in civil disobedience to prevent homes from being bulldozed.The eviction, estimated to cost 19.2 million pounds, would involve smashing chalets and mobile-homes, and physically forcing up to 90 families, including children, the elderly and infirm, to leave the district, impoverished and with nowhere legally to live.
Event – Conference, 4 th October 2011 The Rome branch of Amnesty International is marking World Habitat Day by remembering the violations of Human Rights suffered by communities across the world, with as many as a billion people being affected.Aula Urbano VIII - Facoltà di Architettura Roma Tre Via della Madonna dei Monti, 40 (metro Cavour)
Os moradores enfrentam a polícia quando os despejam começam (Dale Farm, Reino Unido, 19/10/2011) (Peter Macdiarmid – -Getty Images) Hoje, dia 20 de Outubro de 2011, às 16h45, os moradores e apoiadores do Dale Farm vão juntos abandonar o site para dar início ao novo estágio da luta contra o despejo que tem sido travado em tribunais, barricadas e protestos. A decisão de abandonarem junto foi tomada para mostrar a união entre os moradores e apoiadores, depois de dois meses de presença dos apoiadores de Dale Farm a Camp Constant.
The Dale Farm violent eviction (October 2012) The UK is in continuing breach of international human rights law a meeting at Essex University on the aftermath of the brutal police-led assault on Dale Farm was told yesterday (6 June).
Basildon Borough Council’s planning committee finally passed a planning application for 15 pitches to accommodate some of the most vulnerable homeless Gypsy and Traveller families in Basildon. This is a small step towards meeting the needs of local Travellers by approving plans for culturally suitable accommodation rather than wasting more taxpayers money on forced evictions.