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(en) France, Alternative Libertaire #223 - Meet the struggles of immigration: For a united front of neighborhoods (fr) [machine translation]

Date Sat, 19 Jan 2013 14:40:57 +0200


In November took place the 4 th Meeting of the struggles of immigration had the merit to achieve concrete, creating a united front of immigration and neighborhoods. The goal: to gather away from political parties and face the social movement that difficult to take into account. ---- The 4 th National Meeting of the struggles of immigration took place on 10 and 11 November last in the neighborhood of Villeneuve in Echirolles, in the suburbs of Grenoble. Program and discussions were enlightening. Saturday roundtable "Racism as a system" and "For Equal Rights" where different issues are addressed such as the situation of immigrant women, that of chibanis (retired migrant workers often precarious), and that the question of the right of vote for foreigners already seems that the PS return indefinitely.

Sunday, after the debate, "independence confiscated," they came to discuss the construction of the United Front of immigration and neighborhoods (FUIQP). A year earlier, during the 3 è Personals in Créteil where the call for the creation of FUIQP was launched two approaches were taken. First around the Social Forum neighborhoods (FSQP) proposed a kind of common party, which has become popular Citizen Force, orientations rather electioneering. Another trend has proposed FUIQP, wishing to remain on the ground fighting with the goal of making the emergence of a social and political movement outside of the electoral game and rebuild a radical anti-racist movement and autonomous left at large.

Beyond differences

Front is refusing to build any infiltration policy where it comes and fight against militant forces present dispersion neighborhoods. Must unite beyond differences in gathering around common demands, including those that the traditional social movement hardly consider unambiguous: the fight against police violence, legalization of ALL undocumented fight against Islamophobia , refusal of colonial wars ... Moreover, there is a long history of political experimentation after neighborhoods and the struggles of immigration. Now there is a transmission problem legacies activists, often ignored by new generations. Another key objective will be training, the history of these struggles but also theoretical (Frantz Fanon, etc.).. In the coming months, will develop the Front the first objective. Local committees currently amounts in several cities such as Grenoble or Lille. The first deadlines militant campaign will support PTA and Said Bouamama - charged injurs public following their latest publication - and initiate a protest for the right of foreigners to vote. The choice is clear, remain a spectator or be subjected collective actor making his story. To be continued ...

Nicolas Pasadena (commission racist)
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