On July 20, 2001, 20 years ago, Carlo Giuliani was murdered by cops at the G8 summit in Genoa. This moment has affected many people in different ways, whether they were in Genoa themselves, followed the events from afar, or only read about them many years later.
Events like this, but also the context of a coming together of different rebellious structures mobilized across borders, shaped and continue to shape the struggle against the system.
Genoa is not forgotten and should continue to be part of our collective memory, stimulating discussion and bringing us together.
Kiezladen MaHalle (X-Berg | Waldemarstrasse 110)
Summit protests: 20 years Genoa. 20 years Gothenburg.
A discussion about summit protests, repression, political perspectives and what is still there today.
Invited are two activists who were also in Gothenburg and Genoa and were affected by the repression.
Zum Goldenen Hahn (X-Berg | Rio-Reiser-Platz / Heini)
21:00PM: Film Screening
Reportage on the death of Carlo Giuliani
Wagenplatz Lohmühle (Treptow | Lohmühlenstraße)
Reference instead of distancing
Building solidarity against states strategies of division
20 years after Genoa, movements worldwide are still confronted with different state strategies that divide them into “good” and “bad” in order to break their strength.
We would like to discuss counter-strategies and ways to find a collective response to repression.
Carlo-Giuliani-Park ( X-Berg | Engeldamm/Adalbertstraße)
Cornern in Carlo Park with music, speeches and info material
Signor K (Italy)
Inspector Lars (Berlin)
Sara & Sergio Mafic
Nomadas (Hardcore International Rap Crew)