• "Son 30.000" is the new name of one of the internal streets of the former #Esma

    “Where is my brother Santi…?”, The question, in the tone of a lament made into a song by Germán Maldonado, sounds from the loudspeakers announcing an emotional day: on the former Esma’s property, in front of the Our Children House, La Vida y La Esperanza, the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo Línea Fundadora pay tribute to their daughters and sons, on the International Day of Detained and Disappeared Persons

    In a day where one feels “the joy of being able to continue the fight”, as they say; after months of sanitary isolation; the place is revitalized. The purpose of the meeting is to rename one of the internal streets of the Site of Memory –which still keep their military names-, with the slogan: “There are 30,000”. Also, vindicate “the political militancy of their children” as “a legacy for the young generations,” explains Lita Boitano, at the beginning of the act, together with Taty Almeida.

    “This is a meeting with dear people who have memory”, Taty announces, before thanking the support of those who had met there “for the first time in a long time.” Along with the Mothers, there are representatives of Sons, Grandmothers, Relatives of the Detained and Disappeared, and survivors of the concentration camps of State terrorism. Taty thanked the Secretary for Human Rights, Horacio Pietragalla; the Minister of Education, Nicolás Trotta; to Victoria Montenegro and Alejandro Amor – candidates of the Frente de Todos -, to the trade unionists who are here and to those who sent their support ”. Hugo Yasky and Sergio Palazzo were present. That of the CGT co-secretary Héctor Daer was one of the adhesions.

    It was 15 o’clock, and under a sun that was already announcing spring, when the dialogue between Taty and Lita began, along with Fátima Cabrera, a “survivor” who today coordinates the School of Popular Music of the Our Children House. In virtual form, other Mothers were connected to the day that was broadcast on the YouTube channel of the Casa Nuestro Hijos: Enriqueta Maroni, Hayde Gastelu, Vera Jarach, Nora Cortiñas, Carmen Lareu, Sara Russ and Clara Weinstein.

    The School of Music turns ten years old, and that was another reason to celebrate: “that we are here, despite the canes and wheelchairs, ‘the crazy women’ are still standing, we are here”, described Taty. And the first applause of the afternoon was heard.

    The day began at noon with the creation of a large external mural, and an open radio. Adela Antokoletz – Daniel’s sister, kidnapped in 1976 – explained the origin of the commemorative date there. The organization of associations of Relatives of Latin America -FEDEFAM-, instituted it “in homage to Marta Vásquez” recalls. Marta Vásquez was president of Madres Línea Fundadora, and had an active militancy due to the incorporation of the crime of forced disappearance into international agreements. That FEDEFAM convention in his memory “was so powerful that organizations such as the OAS and the UN took it” and made it universal. Adela affirms: “it is a contribution to the strengthening of the world conscience about the crime against humanity that means the practice of the forced disappearance of persons”.

    Today, in many parts of the world the date is commemorated. And in Argentina, it has particular characteristics. “Renaming this street with the slogan ‘They are 30,000’ is a tribute, but it also seeks to counteract the denial that unfortunately continues to exist in our society,” says Fátima Cabrera. The plan indicates that this will be the first change that the streets of the property will receive, as part of a proposal that will modify all the names, in the medium term.

    “During the macrismo, those who governed us, descended from many of the names that we still see in these streets,” said Horacio Pietragalla, “and for that plot of royal power, the memory of the 30,000 was not on the agenda.” In the battle of the senses on which the everyday is built, “rescuing and filling ourselves with the mystique of our 30,000 is part of the task,” later Pietragalla emphasized, invited by the Mothers to the conversation that interspersed music and videos, with precise words, and convictions. sustained. “This is what can lead us to a more just, supportive and sovereign country” emphasized at the end of his speech, the Secretary of Human Rights of the Nation.

    Grandma Buscaita Roa, took the microphone and agreed: “At some point better times will come, you have to work for that, all the time,” he said. Her white scarf gleamed crowning her petite figure. The music played again when the mid-afternoon called to discover the plaque that will indicate from now on, the new designation of the street that passes in front of the Our Children House.

    Until today he referred to the sailor Hipólito Bouchard, French by origin, nationalized Argentine. Now it is called: “There are 30,000”. This is indicated by the plaque discovered by Taty Almeyda, along with Pietragalla, Nicolás Trotta, Hugo Yasky, Sergio Palazzo, Fátima Cabrera and Mabel Careaga, daughter of Esther Ballestrino de Carega, one of the Mothers arrested and disappeared in the Church of the Holy Cross. The beginning of the closing was in charge of Ignacio Copani: “I haven’t played for 18 months,” the musician explained, “and it seemed like a very good opportunity to return, to do so while accompanying this event, of hope and memory.”
    Memory, truth and justice

    “The marches of March 24 are missed” was heard more than once, among Human Rights activists, at this event. “There have already been two years where we could not go,” reinforces Charly Pisoni, a reference for HIJOS, when he explains the joy of many to be at the former ESMA. “It is a special day because the date is installed throughout the world, and calls for new challenges” he defines. And he elaborates: “The process of memory, truth and justice has not been concluded, and we understand that forced disappearance continues in Argentina. We had to do acts and marches for the body of Santiago Maldonado to appear. And what happened to Facundo Astudillo Castro is still being investigated. The democratization of the Security Forces is pending. And for example, do not shoot, before giving the voice of stop -graphic-. This means looking to the future, and consolidating our democracy ”, he synthesizes before the consultation of Page 12.

    https://then24.com/2021/08/30/son-30-000-is-the-new-name-of-one-of-the-internal-streets-of-the-former-esma
    #toponymie #toponymie_politique #noms_de_rue #desaparecidos #disparus #Argentine #mémoire #Madres_de_Plaza_de_Mayo #Son_30000 #Buenos_Aires

  • Penser le politique par les #déchets

    Instruments et territoires de la gouvernance des déchets au #Liban
    Instruments and spaces of waste governance in Lebanon
    Jihad Farah et Éric Verdeil

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    Réparer, recoudre, restaurer… Des collectivités locales en tâtonnement
    Repair, sew up, restore… Local communities in the process of trial and error
    Julie Gobert et José-Frédéric Deroubaix

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    #Récup', #glanage, #zéro_déchet : une nouvelle conception du politique ?
    Recycling, gleaning, zero waste : a new conception of politics ?
    Isabelle Hajek

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    La triple politisation de la #tarification_incitative. Rapports de force, réagencements et effets d’un instrument politique
    The triple politicization of incentive pricing. Power relations, rearrangements and effects of a political instrument
    Kevin Caillaud et Renaud Nougarol

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    De la réglementation aux relations d’affaires, actions et instruments de publicisation de la gestion des #gravats [Texte intégral]
    From regulations to business relations, actions and publicity tools for rubble management
    Laëtitia Mongeard

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    Service public ou communs ? Les limites mouvantes de la #gestion_des_déchets dans les pays du Sud
    Public service or Commons ? Shifting boundaries of solid waste management in the Global South
    Mathieu Durand, Jérémie Cavé et Irène Salenson

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    Quand les déchets bousculent la politique locale d’une ville intermédiaire en crise (#Dolisie, #Congo)
    Une approche par la recherche – action
    When waste upsets the local politics of an intermediate city in crisis (Dolisie, Congo). A research - action approach
    Adeline Pierrat, Florian Marchadour et Renaud Colombier

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    The politics of waste picking : reflections from the upscaling of a co-management model for recyclable waste in Buenos Aires (Argentina) [Texte intégral]
    Les politiques de #collecte_des_déchets : réflexions de la montée en gamme d’un modèle de #cogestion des #déchets_recyclables à #Buenos_Aires (#Argentine)
    Sebastián Carenzo et Santiago Sorroche

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    Faire collectif avec les déchets : essai sur l’ordre public #rudologique
    Working collectively with waste : an essay on rudological public order
    Rémi Barbier

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    La politisation des déchets en #Campanie. Conversation à trois voix
    Entretien avec #Claudia_Cirelli et #Fabrizio_Maccaglia
    The politicization of waste in Campania. Three voices conversation
    Marco Armiero, Giacomo D’Alisa et Salvatore Paolo De Rosa

    https://journals.openedition.org/geocarrefour/16173

    #revue

  • Live facial recognition is tracking kids suspected of being criminals
    https://www.technologyreview.com/2020/10/09/1009992/live-facial-recognition-is-tracking-kids-suspected-of-crime

    In Buenos Aires, the first known system of its kind is hunting down minors who appear in a national database of alleged offenders. In a national database in Argentina, tens of thousands of entries detail the names, birthdays, and national IDs of people suspected of crimes. The database, known as the Consulta Nacional de Rebeldías y Capturas (National Register of Fugitives and Arrests), or CONARC, began in 2009 as a part of an effort to improve law enforcement for serious crimes. But there (...)

    #algorithme #CCTV #biométrie #criminalité #données #facial #reconnaissance #vidéo-surveillance #enfants (...)

    ##criminalité ##surveillance

  • Cities must act

    40,000 people are currently trapped on the Aegean islands, forced to live in overcrowded camps with limited medical services and inadequate sanitation.

    #Glasgow, sign this petition from @ActMust
    @ScotlandMustAct
    demanding relocation from the islands.

    https://twitter.com/scotrefcouncil/status/1253348493332267009

    #Ecosse #UK #villes-refuge #Glasgow #migrations #asile #réfugiés #Grèce #relocalisation #pétition

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    Ajouté à la métaliste sur les villes-refuge :
    https://seenthis.net/messages/759145

    ping @isskein @karine4

    • #CitiesMustAct (qui fait partie de la #campagne #EuropeMustAct)

      #CitiesMustAct is a bold new campaign asking the citizens, councils and mayors of European towns and cities to pledge their support for the immediate relocation of asylum seekers on the Greek islands.

      In our previous campaigns we pushed for change on the EU level. From our interaction with EU leaders we have learned that they are hesitant or even unable to act because they believe that there is no broad support for helping refugees among European citizens. Let’s prove them wrong!

      On the 30th of March, the Mayor and citizens of Berlin pledged to take in 1,500 refugees. Now we are asking cities and towns across Europe to join Berlin in offering sanctuary to refugees in overcrowded camps on the Greek mainland and islands.

      As COVID-19 threatens a health crisis in densely overcrowded camps, we must act now to relieve pressure on these horrendous camps.

      Whilst cities may not have the legislative power to directly relocate refugees themselves, #CitiesMustAct will send a powerful message of citizen solidarity that governments and the EU can’t ignore!

      Join us in spreading the #CitiesMustAct campaign across Europe - join us today!


      http://www.europemustact.org/citiesmustact

    • Cities lobby EU to offer shelter to migrant children from Greece

      #Amsterdam, #Barcelona and #Leipzig among cities calling for action to ease humanitarian crisis

      Ten European cities have pledged shelter to unaccompanied migrant children living in desperate conditions on Greek island camps or near the Turkish border.

      Amsterdam, Barcelona and Leipzig are among the cities that have written to European Union leaders, saying they are ready to offer a home to vulnerable children to ease what they call a rapidly worsening humanitarian crisis in Greece.

      “We can provide these children with what they now so urgently need: to get out of there, to have a home, to be safe, to have access to medical care and to be looked after by dedicated people,” the letter states.

      But the cities can only make good on their pledge if national governments agree. Seven of the 10 local government signatories to the letter are in countries that have not volunteered to take in children under a relocation effort launched by the European commission in March.

      #Rutger_Groot_Wassink, Amsterdam’s deputy mayor for social affairs, said it was disappointing the Dutch government had declined to join the EU relocation scheme. He believes Dutch cities could house 500 children, with “30-35, maybe 40 children” being brought to Amsterdam.

      “It’s not that we can send a plane in and pick them up, because you need the permission of the national government. But we feel we are putting pressure on our national government, which has been reluctant to move on this issue,” he said.

      The Dutch government – a four-party liberal-centre-right coalition – has so far declined to join the EU relocation effort, despite requests by Groot Wassink, who is a member of the Green party.

      “It might have something to do with the political situation in the Netherlands, where there is a huge debate on refugees and migrants and the national government doesn’t want to be seen as refugee-friendly. From the perspective of some of the parties they feel that they do enough. They say they are helping Greece and of course there is help for Greece.”

      If the Dutch government lifted its opposition, Groot Wassink said transfers could happen fairly quickly, despite coronavirus restrictions. “If there is a will it can be done even pretty soon,” he said.

      Ten EU countries – Belgium, Bulgaria, France, Croatia, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Portugal, Luxembourg and Lithuania – have pledged to take in at least 1,600 lone children from the Greek islands, just under a third of the 5,500 unaccompanied minors estimated to be in Greece.

      So far, only a small number have been relocated: 12 to Luxembourg and 47 to Germany.

      The municipal intervention chimes with comments from the German Social Democrat MEP Brigit Sippel, who said earlier this month that she knew of “cities and German Länder who are ready … tomorrow, to do more”. The MEP said Germany’s federal government was moving too slowly and described the initial transfer of 47 children as “ridiculous”.

      Amsterdam, with Utrecht, organised the initiative through the Eurocities network, which brings together more than 140 of the continent’s largest municipalities, including 20 UK cities. The UK’s home secretary, Priti Patel, has refused calls to take in lone children from the Greek islands.

      Groot Wassink said solidarity went beyond the EU’s borders. He said: “You [the UK] are still part of Europe.”

      https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/apr/24/cities-lobby-eu-to-offer-shelter-to-migrant-children-from-greece
      #Barcelone #îles #vulnérabilité #enfants #MNA #mineurs_non_accompagnés

    • Migrants and mayors are the unsung heroes of COVID-19. Here’s why

      - Some of the most pragmatic responses to COVID-19 have come from mayors and governors.
      - The skills and resourcefulness of refugees and migrants are also helping in the fight against the virus.
      - It’s time for international leaders to start following suit.

      In every crisis it is the poor, sick, disabled, homeless and displaced who suffer the most. The COVID-19 pandemic is no exception. Migrants and refugees, people who shed one life in search for another, are among the most at risk. This is because they are often confined to sub-standard and overcrowded homes, have limited access to information or services, lack the financial reserves to ride out isolation and face the burden of social stigma.

      Emergencies often bring out the best and the worst in societies. Some of the most enlightened responses are coming from the world’s governors and mayors. Local leaders and community groups from cities as diverse as #Atlanta, #Mogadishu (https://twitter.com/cantoobo/status/1245051780787994624?s=12) and #Sao_Paulo (https://www.docdroid.net/kSmLieL/covid19-pmsao-paulo-city-april01-pdf) are setting-up dedicated websites for migrants, emergency care and food distribution facilities, and even portable hand-washing stations for refugees and internally displaced people. Their actions stand in glaring contrast to national decision-makers, some of whom are looking for scapegoats.

      Mayors and city officials are also leading the charge when it comes to recovery. Global cities from #Bogotá (https://www.eltiempo.com/bogota/migrantes-en-epoca-de-coronavirus-en-bogota-se-avecina-una-crisis-478062) to #Barcelona (https://reliefweb.int/report/spain/barcelonas-show-solidarity-time-covid-19) are introducing measures to mitigate the devastating economic damages wrought by the lockdown. Some of them are neutralizing predatory landlords by placing moratoriums on rent hikes and evictions. Others are distributing food through schools and to people’s doorsteps as well as providing cash assistance to all residents, regardless of their immigration status.

      Cities were already in a tight spot before COVID-19. Many were facing serious deficits and tight budgets, and were routinely asked to do ‘more with less’. With lockdowns extended in many parts of the world, municipalities will need rapid financial support. This is especially true for lower-income cities in Africa, South Asia and Latin America where migrants, refugees and other vulnerable groups risk severe hunger and even starvation. They also risk being targeted if they try and flee. International aid donors will need to find ways to direct resources to cities and allow them sizeable discretion in how those funds are used.

      Philanthropic groups and city networks around the world are rapidly expanding their efforts to protect and assist migrants and refugees. Take the case of the #Open_Society_Foundations, which is ramping up assistance to New York City, Budapest and Milan to help them battle the pandemic while bolstering safety nets for the most marginal populations. Meanwhile, the #Clara_Lionel_and_Shawn_Carter_Foundations in the US have committed millions in grants to support undocumented workers in Los Angeles and New York (https://variety-com.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/variety.com/2020/music/news/rihanna-jay-z-foundations-donate-million-coronavirus-relief-1203550018/amp). And inter-city coalitions, like the #US_Conference_of-Mayors (https://www.usmayors.org/issues/covid-19) and #Eurocities (http://www.eurocities.eu/eurocities/documents/EUROCITIES-reaction-to-the-Covid-19-emergency-WSPO-BN9CHB), are also helping local authorities with practical advice about how to strengthen preparedness and response.

      The truth is that migrants and refugees are one of the most under-recognized assets in the fight against crises, including COVID-19. They are survivors. They frequently bring specialized skills to the table, including expertise in medicine, nursing, engineering and education. Some governments are catching on to this. Take the case of Portugal, which recently changed its national policies to grant all migrants and asylum seekers living there permanent residency, thus providing access to health services, social safety nets and the right to work. The city of #Buenos_Aires (https://www.lanacion.com.ar/sociedad/coronavirus-municipios-provincia-buenos-aires-sumaran-medicos-nid234657) authorized Venezuelan migrants with professional medical degrees to work in the Argentinean healthcare system. #New_York (https://www.governor.ny.gov/news/no-20210-continuing-temporary-suspension-and-modification-laws-relating), #New_Jersey (https://www.nj.gov/governor/news/news/562020/20200401b.shtml) and others have cleared the way for immigrant doctors without US licenses to provide patient care during the current pandemic.

      There are several steps municipal governments, businesses and non-governmental organizations should take to minimize the impacts of COVID-19 on migrants and displaced people. For one, they need to clearly account for them in their response and recovery plans, including ensuring free access to healthy food and cash assistance. Next, they could strengthen migrant associations and allow qualified professionals to join the fight against infectious disease outbreaks. What is more, they could ensure access to basic services like housing, electricity, healthcare and education - and information about how to access them in multiple languages - as Portugal has done.

      Mayors are on the frontline of supporting migrants and refugees, often in the face of resistance from national authorities. Consider the experience of Los Angeles’s mayor, #Eric_Garcetti (https://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2020/04/08/coronavirus-garcetti-relief-businesses-immigrants), who recently called on the US Congress to provide rapid relief to roughly 2.5 million undocumented immigrants in California. Or the mayor of Uganda’s capital #Kampala, #Erias_Lukwago (https://www.monitor.co.ug/News/National/Opposition-gives-out-food-to-poor-despite-Museveni-ban/688334-5518340-hd23s8/index.html), who has resorted to distributing food himself to poor urban residents despite bans from the central government. At the same time, #Milan ’s mayor, #Giuseppe_Sala (https://www.corriere.it/economia/finanza/20_aprile_13/sala-sindaci-europei-alla-crisi-si-risponde-piu-solidarieta-attenzione-citt), wrote to the European Union to urgently request access to financial aid. These three mayors also lead the #Mayors_Migration_Council, a city coalition established to influence international migration policy and share resources (https://docs.google.com/document/u/1/d/e/2PACX-1vRqMtCR8xBONCjntcDmiKv0m4-omNzJxkEB2X2gMZ_uqLeiiQv-m2Pb9aZq4AlDvw/pub) with local leaders around the world.

      The truth is that refugees, asylum seekers and displaced people are not sitting idly by; in some cases they are the unsung heroes of the pandemic response. Far from being victims, migrants and displaced people reflect the best of what humanity has to offer. Despite countless adversities and untold suffering, they are often the first to step up and confront imminent threats, even giving their lives (https://www.nytimes.com/2020/04/08/world/europe/coronavirus-doctors-immigrants.html) in the process. The least we can all do is protect them and remove the obstacles in the way of letting them participate in pandemic response and recovery. Mayors have got this; it’s now time for national and international decision-makers to follow suit.

      https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/04/migrants-and-mayors-are-the-unsung-heroes-of-covid-19-heres-why
      #Mogadisho

      signalé par @thomas_lacroix

    • *Bologna: il Consiglio comunale per la regolarizzazione dei

      migranti irregolari*
      Il Consiglio Comunale di Bologna oggi ha approvato, con 18 voti favorevoli e 6 contrari, un ordine del giorno per ottenere un provvedimento di regolarizzazione dei migranti attualmente soggiornanti in territorio italiano in condizione di irregolarità originaria o sopravvenuta, con la massima tempestività, data l’emergenza sanitaria in corso.

      L’ordine del giorno è stato presentato dal consigliere Federico Martelloni (Coalizione civica) e firmato dai consiglieri Clancy (Coalizione civica), Frascaroli (Città comune), Palumbo (gruppo misto-Nessuno resti indietro), Errani, Persiano, Campaniello, Mazzoni, Li Calzi, Colombo (Partito Democratico), Bugani, Piazza, Foresti (Movimento 5 stelle). Ecco il testo :

      “Il Consiglio Comunale di Bologna, a fronte dello stato di emergenza sanitaria da Covid-19 in corso e delle misure assunte dal Governo nazionale e dalle Giunte locali per contrastarne la diffusione e limitarne l’impatto sulla popolazione attualmente presente sul territorio. Ritenuto che non trova spazio nell’odierno dibattito pubblico, segnato dalla predetta emergenza, l’esigenza di assumere provvedimenti che sanino la posizione dei migranti che soggiornano irregolarmente nel nostro Paese, tema oggetto dell’ordine del giorno votato il 23 dicembre 2019 dalla Camera dei Deputati in sede di approvazione della legge di bilancio, adottato col fine di produrre molteplici benefici per la collettività , a partire dal fatto che: a) si offrirebbe l’opportunità di vivere e lavorare legalmente nel nostro Paese a chi già si trova sul territorio ma che , senza titolo di soggiorno , è spesso costretto per sopravvivere a rivolgersi ai circuiti illeciti ; b) si andrebbe incontro ai tanti datori di lavoro che , bisognosi di personale, non possono assumere persone senza documenti , anche se già formati, e ricorrono al lavoro in nero ; c) si avrebbero maggiore contezza – e conseguentemente controllo – delle presenze sui nostri territori di alcune centinaia di migliaia di persone di cui poco o nulla si sa , e, conseguentemente, maggiore sicurezza per tutti.

      Dato atto chetale esigenza è stata ribadita, alla vigilia della dichiarazione dello stato di pandemia, dalla ministra dell’interno Lamorgese in data 15 gennaio 2020, in Risposta a interrogazione orale, confermando che “L’intenzione del Governo e del Ministero dell’Interno è quella di valutare le questioni poste all’ordine del giorno che richiamavo in premessa, nel quadro più generale di una complessiva rivisitazione delle diverse disposizioni che incidono sulle politiche migratorie e sulla condizione dello straniero in Italia” (resoconto stenografico della seduta della Camera dei Deputati del 15 gennaio 2020, pag. 22).Tenuto conto che il tema della regolarizzazione degli stranieri irregolarmente soggiornanti diventa ancor più rilevante e urgente nella contingenza che ci troviamo ad attraversare, come giustamente rimarcato nell’Appello per la sanatoria dei migranti irregolari al tempo dei Covid-19, elaborato e sottoscritto da centinaia di associazioni (visibile al seguente indirizzo: https://www.meltingpot.org/Appello-per-la-sanatoria-dei-migranti-irregolari-ai-tempi.html#nb1), atteso che alle buone ragioni della sanatoria si aggiungono , oggi, anche le esigenze di tutela della salute collettiva, compresa quella delle centinaia di migliaia di migranti privi del permesso di soggiorno, che non hanno accesso alla sanità pubblica. Considerato che l’Appello richiamato al punto che precede giustamente sottolinea che il migrante irregolare:-non è ovviamente iscritto al Sistema Sanitario Nazionale e di conseguenza non dispone di un medico di base, avendo diritto alle sole prestazioni sanitarie urgenti ;-non si rivolge alle strutture sanitarie nei casi di malattia lieve, mentre, nei casi più gravi non ha alternativa al presentarsi al pronto soccorso , il che contrasterebbe con tutti i protocolli adottati per contenere la diffusione del virus. – è costretto a soluzioni abitative di fortuna , in ambienti spesso degradati e insalubri, condivisi con altre persone .Considerato,in definitiva,che i soggetti “invisibili” sono per molti aspetti più esposti al contagio del virus e più di altri rischiano di subirne le conseguenze sia sanitarie, per la plausibile mancanza di un intervento tempestivo, sia sociali, per lo stigma cui rischiano di essere sottoposti a causa di responsabilità e inefficienze non loro ascrivibili .Assunto che iniziative di tal fatta sono all’ordine del giorno anche in altri paesi dell’Unione, avendo il governo del Portogallo già approvato una sanatoria per l’immediata regolarizzazione di tutti i migranti in attesa di permesso di soggiorno che avessero presentato domanda alla data di dichiarazione dell’emergenza Coronavirus, per consentirne l’accesso al sistema sanitario nazionale, all’apertura di conti correnti bancari; alle misure economiche straordinarie di protezione per persone e famiglie in condizioni di fragilità ; alla regolarizzazione dei rapporti di lavoro .Condivide l’urgenza di intercettare centinaia di migliaia di persone attualmente prive di un regolare permesso di soggiorno, per contenere il loro rischio di contrarre il virus; perché possano con tranquillità usufruire dei servizi della sanità pubblica nel caso di sintomatologia sospetta; perché non diventino loro malgrado veicolo di trasmissione del virus, con tutte le nefaste conseguenze che possono derivarne nei territori, incluso il territorio di Bologna.

      Invita il Sindaco e la Giunta a dare massima diffusione, anche attraverso i canali di comunicazione istituzionale, agli appelli e alle iniziative finalizzate ad ottenere un provvedimento di regolarizzazione dei migranti attualmente soggiornanti in territorio italiano in condizione d’irregolarità originaria o sopravvenuta .a farsi promotore, in tutte le sedi istituzionali, a partire dall’ANCI, delle iniziative volte a ottenere l’adozione di un provvedimento di regolarizzazione ed emersione degli stranieri irregolarmente soggiornanti, con la massima tempestività richiesta dell’emergenza sanitaria oggi in corso.

      https://www.pressenza.com/it/2020/04/bologna-il-consiglio-comunale-per-la-regolarizzazione-dei-migranti-irrego
      #Bologne #régularisation

  • #Marielle_Franco

    –-> une présentation de Marielle Franco sur wikiradio (#audio).
    https://www.raiplayradio.it/audio/2019/12/WIKIRADIO---Marielle-Franco-ecfb8a18-984a-4790-ac5a-f188a3ffb1c2.html

    #biographie

    Et dans cette présentation, une partie dédiée à la #toponymie :

    A partir de la minute 17’05 on parle de la toponymie liée à Marielle Franco.
    On parle de l’initiative de Anne Hidalgo de dédier le nom d’un jardin à Marielle Franco (#Paris, #France).
    Et un nom de rue à #Cologne, en #Allemagne (#Köln).
    A #Buenos_Aires (#Argentine), une station de métro.

    Minute 17’20 :
    A #Rio_de_Janeiro, la préfecture lui dédie le #Quarteirão_Cultural :


    Rio de Janeiro dédie aussi une rue à son nom.
    Dans l’audio on explique qu’à ce moment là on est en pleine campagne électorale qui sera gagnée par Bolsonaro.

    Retranscription de l’extrait concernant l’histoire de la plaque mise en son nom, puis vandalisée et reproduite et distribuée en 1000 exemplaires par un anonyme pour être affichée partout à Rio et dans le monde :

    «Marielle diventa il punto cruciale del conflitto. Anche da morta diventa un simbolo e anche un obiettivo di guerra. Con un atto vandalico, i sostenitori di Bolsonaro spezzano in due la placca stradale con il suo nome e la esibiscono come un trofeo alla folla minacciando anche chi la pensa come Marielle di fare la stessa fine. Dopo qualche giorno arriva la risposta e in piazza durante una manifestazione arrivano decine e decine di pacchi che vengono aperti, contengono mille targhe identiche a quella spezzata con la scritta di Marielle. Sono il regalo di un sostenitore anonimo. Monica Beniso le distribuisce alla folla che le tiene a due mani sulla testa a braccia tese. L’impatto è molto impressionante. Le placche con il nome di Marielle Franco occupano tutta la piazza e poi si sparpaglieranno per la città a indicare una nuova geografia. Ora quella placca si può addirittura scaricare da internet e può essere appesa in ogni dove. Qualcuno l’ha persino rifatta all’uncinetto, con gli stessi colori e l’ha inchiodata all’angolo della sua via, nella favela. Politica con cariño, con affetto, questo diceva Marielle Franco.»

    #noms_de_rue #Brésil #toponymie_politique

    ping @isskein

    • Cet événement a déjà été signalé sur le blog @neotoponymie
      Rua Marielle Franco, du Brésil aux villes monde : quand le symbole de la lutte se multiplie et circule

      Le 1er Avril 2019, le Conseil de Paris a voté à l’unanimité le projet de nomination d’une rue en l’honneur de Marielle Franco. Ceci à l’initiative du Réseau Européen pour la Démocratie au Brésil. Il s’agit d’un hommage à la conseillère municipale élue du Parti du socialisme et de la liberté (PSOL), sauvagement assassinée avec son chauffeur Anderson Gomes le 14 Mars 2018 dans le centre de Rio de Janeiro. Marielle était une femme noire, lesbienne et issue de la favela Maré. Avec courage et acharnement, elle menait un combat quotidien pour lutter contre différentes formes de discriminations au Brésil, notamment les violences policières qui continuent d’être exercées massivement à l’encontre des jeunes noir.es des favelas au nom de la “guerre contre la drogue”. Marielle était également sociologue et elle s’était battue à ce titre, et en tant qu’“amie du funk”, pour donner une nouvelle visibilité à cette musique brésilienne. Ce courant musical du funk carioca, développé dans les années 1990 et associé à la jeunesse des favelas, continue d’être fortement marginalisé et décrié par les médias et les pouvoirs publics. Marielle était membre du mouvement Apafunk créé en 2008, suite à la demande d’approbation d’une loi fédérale reconnaissant le funk comme mouvement culturel et musical de caractère populaire, et allant ainsi à l’encontre de la criminalisation du mouvement.

      L’assassinat de Marielle ne représente pas seulement une atteinte à la démocratie, mais également une tentative de faire taire les voix dissidentes qui s’élèvent pour dénoncer avec fermeté les injustices sociales au sein de la scène politique brésilienne, désormais aux mains d’un président d’extrême droite nostalgique de la dictature. Depuis le 14 Mars 2018, des voies se sont élevées, non seulement au Brésil où des manifestations ont rassemblé des milliers de Brésiliens et Brésiliennes dans toutes les grandes villes du pays, mais aussi partout dans le monde, pour que justice soit rendue. Cet hommage et le combat pour obtenir justice se sont matérialisés dans le symbole d’une plaque de rue, du nom de Marielle Franco, apposée devant la chambre des députés à Rio.

      Dans une vidéo postée sur les réseaux sociaux en Octobre dernier, deux députés du parti PSL, parti de l’actuel président, se félicitaient d’avoir retiré et détruit la plaque au nom de Marielle, installée en hommage à celle-ci. Cet acte a suscité la colère de millions de brésiliens et brésiliennes et la riposte a été immédiate. Une cagnotte de plus de deux mille reais s’est constituée en 24 minutes, permettant ainsi la création de mille plaques qui ont été brandies le 14 octobre 2018, lors d’une manifestation intitulée “mille plaques pour Marielle”.

      Cette plaque est rapidement devenue, au Brésil et bien au-delà, un signe de ralliement au souvenir et au combat de Marielle. Différents mouvements en apposent dans les rues de grandes villes, comme ci-dessous à Berlin, ou réclament des nominations officielles comme c’est le cas à Paris, à Buenos Aires et à Lisbonne où ces initiatives ont été relayées officiellement avec des engagements de nominations en 2019.

      Par ailleurs, de très nombreux murals représentent Marielle dans des quartiers centraux comme périphériques au Brésil et parfois ailleurs. La tentative extrêmement violente symboliquement d’éradication de la figure iconique de Marielle, sorte de second assassinat, a amplifié et internationalisé le mouvement pour sa mémoire et son combat qui s’incarne désormais dans sa figure et dans la plaque à sa mémoire infiniment reproduite.

      Si les deux auteurs présumés de l’assassinat ont enfin pu être identifiés un an après le meurtre, la question de savoir qui a commandité cet acte reste en suspens. La lutte continue aussi et surtout sur ce front, et de nombreux.ses Brésilien.nes exigent une réponse, comme en témoigne la circulation du désormais fameux ashtag #Quem matou Marielle ? sur les réseaux sociaux.

      En cette période où le Brésil semble s’enfoncer vers une forme de chaos politique et social, les mouvements de résistance s’organisent et la contestation est bien visible. Le carnaval de mars 2019, et notamment la fameuse école de samba Estação primeira de Mangueira, ont rendu hommage à Marielle, n’en déplaise au président Bolsonaro.
      Membros do Amigos da Onça levantam placas com o nome da vereadora Marielle Franco, assassinada em março do ano passado Foto : Gabriel Paiva / Agência O Globo

      De même, le débat sur les violences policières a été ravivé en février dernier après la mort par étouffement d’un jeune homme noir dans un supermarché, qui a donné lieu au #VidasNegrasImportam (les vies noires comptes).

      Le combat contre les discriminations et pour la justice sociale s’étend donc au-delà du Brésil. La confirmation de l’inauguration prochaine d’une rue au nom de Marielle Franco à Paris marque un moment inédit de commémoration transnationale. C’est également un symbole fort dans un contexte actuel de regain de politiques identitaires et liberticides dans de nombreux pays.

      PS : En avril 2019, une décision aurait été prise pour nommer d’après Marielle Franco un nouveau jardin public suspendu à Paris aux alentours de la gare de l’Est.

      Au cours de l’année 2019 d’autres initiatives sont prises hors du Brésil, notamment à Buenos Aires et à Lisbonne.

      https://neotopo.hypotheses.org/2025

  • Dix petites anarchistes

    Suisse, fin du xixe siècle. A #Saint-Imier, on vivote entre misère et exploitation, entre les étables et une #industrie_horlogère encore balbutiante. La visite de Bakounine, tout plein de l’ardeur de la Commune de Paris, éveille l’idée qu’une autre vie est possible. Dix jeunes femmes font le pari insensé de bâtir, à l’autre bout du monde, une communauté où règnerait « l’#anarchie_à_l’état_pur ». Valentine, dernière survivante des « #dix_petites_anarchistes », nous fait le récit de cette #utopie en acte qui les conduit de Suisse en #Patagonie jusqu’à #Buenos_Aires, en passant par l’île de Robinson Crusoë. L’extraordinaire #épopée de femmes soudées par un amour farouche de la #liberté, qui ont choisi de « se réjouir de l’imprévu sans perdre la force de s’insurger ».


    https://www.daniel-deroulet.ch/dix-petites-anarchistes
    #anarchisme #Suisse #livre #femmes #horlogerie #histoire #Daniel_de_Roulet

  • From (urban) commons to commoning: political practices and horizons in the Mediterranean context

    Dai Commons al Commoning (urbano): Pratiche e Orizzonti Politici Nel Contesto Mediterraneo. Introduzione al numero speciale
    Cesare Di Feliciantonio, Silvia Aru
    258-268

    Lottare Per La Casa Nel Quartiere Che Cambia Volto. Il Potenziale Politico Dei Commons Urbani
    Nico Bazzoli
    269-291
    #quartiers #communs_urbains

    Cultura bene comune? Strategie di resistenza e riappropriazione dal basso in una città mediterranea
    Luca Ruggiero, Teresa Graziano
    292-324
    #culture #Méditerranée

    Undoing Commons. Diritto Alla Città, Attivismo Culturale e Pratiche di (Un-)Commoning nel Sud d’Italia
    Chiara Giubilaro
    325-347
    #droit_à_la_ville #Italie #Italie_du_Sud

    Spazi comuni nell’Atene della crisi: il commoning urbano come processo creativo
    Marco Volpini, Emanuele Frixa
    348-375
    #Athènes #création #créativité

    The Newcomers’ Right to the Common Space: The case of Athens during the refugee crisis
    Charalampos Tsavdaroglou
    376-401
    #réfugiés #migrations #asile

    Da vuoto urbano a verde pubblico: un caso di commoning a #Partinico (Palermo)
    Giulia de Spuches, Marco Picone, Noemi Granà
    402-426
    #Palerme #Sicile

    “Essere Nel Giusto”: Orizzonti Di Lotta E Pratiche Di Commoning In Due Esperienze Di Occupazione A Cagliari
    Silvia Aru
    427-453
    #Cagliari #Sardaigne

    L’amore alla guida degli spazi di messa in comune?
    Cesare Di Feliciantonio
    454-479

    Estrattivismo contro il comune. Venezia e l’economia turistica
    Giacomo-Maria Salerno
    480-505
    #extractivisme #Venise #tourisme

    Tessere il Comune. Autogestione del lavoro e pratiche socio-spaziali nelle economie popolari urbane a #Buenos_Aires
    Alioscia Castronovo

    #autogestion #économie_populaire


    https://www.acme-journal.org/index.php/acme/issue/view/109
    #commons #les_communs #communs #urban_matter #villes #géographie_urbaine #revue

  • #Buenos_Aires veut transformer un célèbre #bidonville en quartier

    La #Villa_31 est le bidonville le plus célèbre d’Argentine. Situé en plein centre-ville, collé au très chic quartier de Recoleta, il devrait subir un profond lifting dans les prochains mois : la mairie de Buenos Aires veut le transformer en quartier.


    http://www.courrierinternational.com/depeche/buenos-aires-veut-transformer-un-celebre-bidonville-en-quarti
    #urban_matter #quartier #gentrification #expulsion #éviction #rénovation

  • Elguezabal E., 2015, Frontières urbaines. Les mondes sociaux des copropriétés fermées, Rennes, PUR, 247 p. et Henry L., 2014, Habiter les beaux quartiers à #Santiago du #Chili, Paris, IHEAL/CREDA, 199 p.

    Ces deux ouvrages visitent le modèle des torres, enclaves résidentielles centrales des grandes métropoles sud-américaines destinées à la résidence des ménages à hauts revenus. Retrouverait-on ici les réflexions un peu usées sur la métropole-archipel, celle des enclosures des classes aisées protégées derrière leurs murs des agressions externes, à la recherche d’une valorisation de leur statut par l’adresse, et de leur capital par le label de la fermeture ? Chacune à leur manière, les deux auteures proposent certains changements de regard sur ces objets urbains pas tout à fait nouveaux mais dont la prolifération depuis la fin du XXe siècle a beaucoup retenu l’attention. Mettant l’accent sur les dynamiques sociales qui président à l’occupation et au fonctionnement interne de ces torres, elles invitent à réviser les lectures souvent faites de ces « quartiers fermés » en général périurbains, ici situés au centre des métropoles.


    https://cybergeo.revues.org/27806
    #ségrégation #urban_matter #torres #Amérique_latine #richesse #riches #livre #fermeture #Las_Condes #Buenos_Aires #Argentine #gated_community #géographie_urbaine

  • Villa 31 Argentina : Las villas miseria de Buenos Aires saldrán en los mapas | Internacional | EL PAÍS

    Un article Del Pais sur le travail du collectif « Caminos de la Villa », qui cartographie les bidonvilles de Buenos Aires pour une question symbolique mais surtout pour appuyer les demandes d’accès à l’eau potable, d’électricité et d’assainissement des habitants.

    Forman parte de la estampa urbana de Buenos Aires, una de las grandes megalópolis, y en ellas viven unas 250.000 personas, pero las villas miseria no están en los mapas. Figuran como una mancha porque nunca fueron reconocidas como territorio urbanizado. Son tierras ocupadas. Una ONG se encarga ahora de trazar estos mapas con un fin simbólico y otro práctico: para que sepan dónde ir las ambulancias y los habitantes puedan reclamar cloacas, electricidad, agua corriente.

    http://internacional.elpais.com/internacional/2015/06/22/actualidad/1434996452_148732.html

    Pour la Villa 31, le bidonville le plus connu de Buenos Aires, voir le patient travail de cartographie du collectif TURBA avec les jeunes de la villa.

    Que j’avais déjà montré là : http://seenthis.net/messages/334555


    > https://www.facebook.com/talleres.urbanos?ref=ts&fref=ts

    Et pour le contexte (et cette fois en français) un article de de Libé, il y a quelques mois, avec quelques mots de Pablo Vitale de TURBA.

    Au fil des ruelles de la 31, le nombre de maisons communautaires offrant des cours de photographie, de musique ou d’arts plastiques surprend. Pablo Vitale y travaille comme bénévole en marge de sa thèse sur la planification et la gestion des politiques sociales. Il vient de terminer un atelier de cartographie avec un groupe de jeunes. Pendant des mois, ils ont arpenté jusqu’à la plus petite impasse avec des GPS, recensant les commerces et les clubs sociaux. « Il n’y avait pas de carte précise de la villa. L’idée était de faire une sorte de city-guide comme en ont la plupart des quartiers. On travaille actuellement à une application pour smartphone, évolutive, car la villa se transforme rapidement. »

    > http://www.liberation.fr/monde/2014/08/31/buenos-aires-villas-au-bord-de-l-amer_1090853

    #cartographie_participative #Buenos_Aires #Villa31
    @visionscarto

  • Première carte ouverte et participative de la Villa 31 à Buenos Aires, par le collectif TURBA.

    Cette carte est le résultat d’un atelier qui fonctionne depuis 2010. On peut voir que sur les cartes officielles de la ville n’apparaissent pas les rues, les blocs de maisons, les quartiers, les places, les organisations et les espaces communautaires. L’espace de la Villa est représentée par un fond gris ou vert, comme un espace vide. Par ce travai, les habitants peuvent dire :

    Nous sommes là ! Oui, nous existons !

    A partir de cette idée, plusieurs activités sur l’architecture et l’urbanisme ont été réalisées. Lors de l’atelier « architecture et cartes » du centre d’aide familial Bichito de Luz ils ont permis à des étudiants, des architectes, des graphistes, des sociologues et des géographes de ce quartiers et d’autres lieux de ce rencontrer. Aujourd’hui ils forment le collectif TURBA (l’atelier d’urbanisme de quartier) qui présente cette carte avec l’idée de diffuser ce projet dans d’autres quartiers et lieux qui n’apparaissent pas encore dans la cartographie officielle.

    La carte est ouverte car elle veut accompagner les changements qui se produisent dans le quartier. Tant ceux qui sont apparu ces dernières années (la croissance du nombre de logements, les nouveaux espaces communautaires, l’occupation des espaces vides) que la ré-urbanisation contre laquelle lutte les habitants depuis longtemps.

    (en espagnol)
    http://vimeo.com/115102630

    #cartographie_participative #Amérique_Latine #Buenos_Aires #Villa_31

  • #buenos_aires : rencontre avec les antifascistes de la #cultura_del_barrio
    http://lahorde.samizdat.net/2014/11/30/buenos-aires-rencontre-avec-les-antifascistes-de-la-cultura-del-ba

    En voyage en #Argentine, nous avons rencontré le mercredi 12 novembre des antifascistes de Buenos Aires, et plus précisément les gens du #centre_culturel la Cultura del Barrio. Nous avions déjà évoqué la Cultura del Barrio auparavant, quand ils avaient accroché une banderole en hommage à Clément pendant le festival antifasciste de Buenos Aires. [&hellip

    #Autres #International #antifa

  • Buenos Aires : de l’art de recycler la débrouille
    http://www.article11.info/?Buenos-Aires-de-l-art-de-recycler

    Au fil des années, la crise a fini par passer – ou, du moins, par se tasser. Mais les cartoneros n’ont pas disparu pour autant. « Nous sommes toujours des milliers », déplore Miguel, assurant toutefois qu’aujourd’hui « chacun s’arrange pour trouver sa place ». Un équilibre précaire, récemment ébranlé par l’arrivée d’entreprises privées sur le marché.
    Chiffonniers, sociétés de camions-bennes, plateformes de tri et usines de recyclage fleurissent désormais aux quatre coins de la ville. « Avant 2001, personne ne prêtait attention au recyclage. Mais aujourd’hui, on trouve toutes sortes de dépôts plus ou moins spécialisés. Il y en a pour tous les goûts, témoigne Claudio, qui a lâché sa fonderie en 2004 pour ouvrir un entrepôt à Barracas. Nous sommes presque tous localisés dans les zones industrielles sud. Les quartiers nord sont trop chics pour nous : on n’a pas le droit de s’y implanter, ça ferait tache. »

    #crise #Argentine #Buenos_Aires

  • LES FEMMES DE LA BRUKMAN – « À PLATE COUTURE »

    Buenos Aires. Un matin de 2001, en pleine débâcle économique, les ouvrières de l’usine de confection Brukman trouvent porte close. Leur patron s’est fait la malle. Il a toutefois oublié un détail de poids : les machines à coudre. Douze ans après la bataille livrée pour récupérer leurs moyens de production, les femmes aux blouses turquoise sont devenues un emblème de l’autogestion à la mode argentine. Mais leur modèle coopératif demeure fragile.

    http://www.article11.info/?Les-femmes-de-la-Brukman-A-plate

    #Argentine #Buenos_Aires #économie #femmes #genre #usine #textile #auto-gestion #industrie #ouvrier #Brukman #couture