The programme on the camp
Section under construction, more information soon.
This big week is dedicated to the anti-nuclear struggle and against its world. We will talk about :
– struggles against nuclear power and its world, especially against CIGEO, the project to bury nuclear waste in Bure.
– energy and climate justice
– struggles against systemic oppressions
There will be permanent thematic spaces on the camp:
– A space where you can come and give information about your collective, hold a press table about a struggle that is important to you. If you feel like it, come with your documentation.
– A space on the decolonial and anti-racist issues of nuclear power, ecology and our struggles.
– A space on nuclear power, CIGEO and the local struggle.
There are plenty of workshops on nuclear power. You will be able to learn about the public utility request (DUP), get information about the nuclear revival policy (Hercules, EPR and CIGEO), about transport, about waste and discharges from the nuclear industry, but also about the history of the struggles against these projects!
Wednesday the 18th will focus on the local struggle against CIGEO, the land grab and the tools to fight. You can also learn about living in this area, and there will even be visits to the surrounding area, if you ever want to settle in the area. And then there will be stories about the history of the struggle here. We’ll meet local farmers who have been expropriated by Andra and we’ll help them in their fields.
We will also say things about the nuclear disasters and especially about Fukushima.
Nuclear power is primarily a french imperialist project and there will be information on colonial nuclear power. If the connection is good, we should be able to link up with people from there. We’ll talk about the land grab for uranium mines in Niger and the amount of radioactive waste that is piling up there; about the nuclear tests at Mururoa and the failure to acknowledge the consequences. And also about Algeria, where the French government still refuses to say where the waste is buried, leaving huge areas uninhabitable and populations in danger.
Because it’s far from nuclear, there will also be workshops on ecological issues related to mining and extractivism; on industrial hazards; and on water struggles in Vittel, which exploits the same water table that is under Bure. There will also be a time for discussion between struggles to present our agendas and express our needs for support and to create connections. It would be nice if there were proposals on border struggles, anti-prison, anti-authoritarian and other anti-everything in the self-organised programme!
In the process of being finalised
There will be radio during the camp. In the evening everyone will be able to propose / make live music on the radio, and during the day there will be free slots to propose programmes.
If you want to prepare a programme beforehand to bring to the camp to broadcast, don’t hesitate, you can see directly with the people of the radio during the broadcasting.