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2019-01-23 | ARGIA

Over recent weeks a public building in Nabarreria Street in Iruñea (Navarre, Basque Country) has become identified with social struggle. Maravillas gaztetxe or youth centre –a self-managed Basque community centre– It has been closed several times by the Government of Navarre and reoccupied by citizens.

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2018-11-25 | ARGIA
Bilbao NH and Barcelˇ hotel cleaners' strike

The workers have decided to go on strike until they get acceptable working conditions and regular contracts, and a sector-wide agreement is reached.


2018-11-16 | ARGIA
The most multitudinous movement in favour of Basque is on its way: 'Korrika'

Klika (‘Click’) is the slogan which has been chosen for this year's Korrika ('Run'), which is the 21st time it will be held. From April 4th to 14th it will go all around the Basque Country, starting at Gares and finishing at Gasteiz. The pro-Basque language run will pay tribute to Jose Luis "Txillardegi" Alvarez Enparantza for his contribution to Basque culture, activism and thought.


2018-11-16 | Ainhoa Bretos
European migration policy has been criticised by a "People's Embrace"

The event will take place on May 5th, and the intention is to show solidarity which is often hidden from view. A symbolic gesture will be used to that end: the embrace.


2018-11-12 | Xabier Letona
Bateragune Trial: A chance for Spain to recognise the pain caused

The Strasbourg Human Rights Court has punished Spain for not giving Arnaldo Otegi a fair trial. As a result of the unfair trial the Basque Left leader spent six and a half years in a Spanish prison, as did a further four people on trial in the Bateragune (´Place for Coming Together') case.


2018-10-19 | ARGIA
The murder of I˝igo Cabacas: after six years, six Basque policemen on the bench

The trial on the murder of Iñigo Cabacas has started in Bilbao, atthe third Court of Bizkaia. Six Basque policemen will be judged for being in charge of giving orders or for having admitted firing rubber bullets on the day of the murder. Other Basque policemen also shot rubber bullerts, but their identity has just to be disclosed at the trial.


2018-10-15 | Hala Bedi
Colours and proclamations against censorship in Gasteiz

On 6th October thousands of people took to the streets of Gasteiz (Araba, Basque Country) for Okupatu Gasteiz Eguna (Gasteiz Squatters' Day). Their aim was to congratulate the city's squatter movements and self-managed projects and, in spite of the city council's censorship, proclaim that the streets belongs to everybody. The day started with a colourful demonstration, but that was followed by a festive spirit which lasted until the early hours of the next day.


2018-10-15 | ARGIA
"This isn't Manhattan!": protests about Bilbao's artificial island

On Monday Bilbao City Council (Bizkaia, Basque Country) opened what it has called "Zorrotzaurre Island". At the act local people expressed their disagreement with the project.


2018-10-05 | ARGIA
A public and social railway for Navarre

Sustrai Erakuntza foundation has presented a proposal for the improvement of railway system resources as an alternative of the High-Speed Train (HST) –Abiadura Handiko Trena in Basque (AHT)– that is planned to be implanted in Navarre (Basque Country).


High-Speed Train: the most lethal works in the Basque Country

On October 2nd a worker on the High-Speed Train works died in Zizurkil (Gipuzkoa). It is the second death in these works in just a few days and the ninth in recent years. According to the main Basque trades union the reason of the large amount of deaths is poor working conditions.


2018-10-01 | ARGIA
Seven young Basques illegally sent to prison

They were arrested in 2015 after being accused by the Ertzaintza (Basque police) of being members of pro-independence organization Segi. The Spanish Constitutional Court has now declared the order for arrest and imprisonment invalid and “against the law and rights”.