Learning from Ende Gelaende
25 February @ 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Ende Gelaende is a series of large scale direct actions against coal that have been taking place in Germany since 2015. It is organised by a broad alliance of people from the anti-nuclear and anti-coal movements, the Rhineland and Lausitz climate camps and the Hambacher Forest anti-coal campaign brought together by the belief that to stop climate change we need to take action ourselves, using civil disobedience as a powerful signal for real action to put our climate before profit.
Ende Gelaende’s events gather thousands of activists in well organised, effective and large scale actions that can’t help but impress.
Join us as we talk to a couple of comrades from Ende Gelaende to try and find out what we can learn from their successful movement and apply to ours.