International gathering ‘Freedom of Movement’, in partnership with International Women* Space

(FR en bas)

An international gathering by and for BIPoC Migrants, Refugees, Asylum Seekers & new comers based anywhere in Europe.

In those 6 days in the countryside we will have workshops touching the topics of legal rights, self-organisation, sustainable activism, empowerment, body work / movement & also a Refugee resistance tour in Berlin – Kreuzberg.

WHEN: 16th – 21st September 2023
WHERE: Brandenburg, Germany

This 6 day gathering is about BIPoC refugee solidarity and resistance. The workshops are for empowerment, networking and knowledge exchange. The idea is to create a resource guide as a tool for knowledge sharing.

The workshops are created by facilitators who have faced displacement, migration and asylum processes themselves. and are very familiar to tools and strategies to combat challenges during the processes of arriving.

The gathering and workshops are organized by BIPoC and a majority queer people.

The entire event is free of charge for all participants.

Accommodation and meals are covered.
There is financial support for travel, which is based on place of residence or distance to the event location.

translation, Childcare, Shuttle from the train station and individual support can be provided.

To register follow this link

IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS WRITE TO: freedom-of-movement(at)riseup(dot)net

We are looking forward to meeting you!

This event is funded by the European Youth Foundation


Rassemblement international “Liberté de circulation”, en partenariat avec le collectif “International Women* Space”

Rassemblement international organisé par et pour les personnes racisées, migrantes, réfugiées, demandeurs·euses d’asile et nouveaux arrivant·e·s, où qu’iels soient basé·e·s en Europe

Au cours de 6 jours à la campagne, il y aura des ateliers au sujet des droits légaux, de l’auto-organisation, de l’activisme durable, de l’émancipation, du travail corporel et du mouvement, et nous rendrons visite à des initiatives de résistance établies par les réfugié·e·s à Berlin – Kreuzberg.

QUAND: Du 16 septembre au 21 septembre 2023

OÙ: Brandebourg, Allemagne


Ce rassemblement de 6 jours est consacré à la solidarité et à la résistance des réfugié·e·s et personnes racisées. Les ateliers promeuvent l’émancipation par la mise en réseau et le partage de connaissances, l’objectif étant de créer un guide pour mettre en valeur les connaissances ainsi partagées.

Les ateliers sont conçus par des animateurs·trices qui sont eux·elles-mêmes passé·e·s par des processus de déplacement, de migration et d’asile.

Par leur propre expérience, iels connaissent des outils et stratégies permettant de faire face aux défis au cours des processus lors de l’arrivée.

Le rassemblement et les ateliers sont organisés par des personnes racisé·e·s et majoritairement Queer.

L’ensemble du rassemblement est gratuit pour tous les participant·e·s.

L’hébergement et les repas sont pris en charge.

Un soutien financier est prévu pour les déplacements, en fonction du lieu de résidence des participant·e·s et de la distance par rapport au lieu du rassemblement.

Des services de traduction, de garde d’enfants, de navette depuis la gare et de soutien individuel peuvent être fournis.


Pour vous inscrire, suivez ce lien
POUR TOUTE QUESTION, CONTACTEZ: freedom-of-movement(at)riseup(dot)net

Youth Gathering: Decolonizing Climate Justice and Activism


For the duration of one week in mid August, we will dive into the meaning of climate justice in the European context.  Through various workshops, games and other activities we’ll explore decolonial perspectives on environmental & climate (in)justice, anti-oppression work, food justice and non-western concepts of conservation.

In our week-long journey we will establish a common ground and hopefully dive deeper into these concepts and ideas.  We want to dream together and finally build, and plan a follow-up project to strengthen our movements. It is important for us to provide space and time for discussion, reading, socializing, quiet time, observations and reflection.

Our goal is to provide a space where young people within the climate justice movement in Europe can learn with and from one another and foster exchange in order to build resilient and proactive structures. With this we aim to contribute to a movement that is led by the most affected communities and acts motivated by reciprocity and care.


We strongly want to encourage BIPoC* (Black, Indigenous, People of Colour) that have an intersectional experience with various forms of discrimination (e.g. ableism, queer-‚transphobia, classism,…) to apply.

The week is mainly designed for people who are passionate about climate justice and (want to) engage in movement spaces. If you are new to these fields, you are still warmly welcome to apply. There is no pre-required knowledge/ experience standards.

Participants must be based in Germany OR Spain.

*This term includes every person, that experiences racism and/or anti-semitismus.


The whole event will be free of charge for all participants.

* Accommodation & food are covered. Furthermore, there will be a financial travel support based on your location/distance to the venue.

* It is our goal to host a space that is as inclusive as possible and poses little to no barriers to a full participation for everyone. Translation, childcare and individual support will be provided.

German registration form

English registration form

The contents of this workshop-week is organized by BIPoCs and a majority of queer people.


Climate Justice and Accessibility

This guide contains decolonial perspectives and guidance on the topics of climate justice and accessibility. It has content from individual creators, which have drawn from their own experiences, beliefs, and practices to create their contribution pieces. Each text contains different approaches to decoloniality, dis*ability & climate justice and queerness.

Guide to Learning Documentation

We are very happy to present to you our Learning documentation Guide, as part of the project that focused on how to document different actions, realities and struggles, amplifying voices that are often not being heard.

The aim of this guide is to provide methods for young activists to use so that their videos can be as valuable as possible in visibilizing grassroots struggles as well as exposing abuse, both aiding in the bringing about justice. This resource will help ensure that more cameras in more hands can lead to more exposure, stronger movements and greater justice.

How accessible is climate justice?

We are very happy to present our handbook “How to create an intersectional movement”, which captures the lessons that emerged from three different panel discussions at the BIPoC Climate Justice Conference. We believe that these discussions were helpful and very relevant. We hope it can ignite fruitful discussion for the climate justice movement and other movements in the coming years. This handbook was created in collaboration with the BIPoC Climate Justice Network.

Share it around so that our social movements for climate justice are inspired with valuable input towards make it more accessible.

Learning Documentation: Palestine

As part of the series ‘Learning Documentation’ we are gonna have a talk with Majed Abusalama, an activist from Gaza and part of several anti-racist and anti-colonial groups in Germany.

The evening counts with an exhibition with photos from Ahmad Al-Bazz, Keren Manor, Mahmoud Abusalama, Mohammed Zaanoun & the martyr Yaser Murtaja. They are all photo journalists and activists based in Palestine and documenting everyday’s resistance.

Please write to <> with the subject ‘Learning doc – Palestine> to register.

The event takes places next Monday, 7th of November, in Berlin – Kreuzberg. The venue has limited amount of places, the full address will be sent after attendance confirmation.

Please come tested!!
There is also the possibility to test directly at the venue.

Queer Elsewhere: Zine release

The participants of our youth gathering Queer Elsewhere last summer came together to create a zine about the practice of self-care in the queer BIPoC activist community. This collective process was documented in this zine, it also contains self-care tools. We are very happy to invite you to the two release events we have planned in Berlin, on the 19th of November, and in Barcelona, on the 10th of December. Each event will count with the presence of two of the participants of our gathering, who will be presenting the zine, as well as leading a group discussion about the need for collective self-care for young queer BIPoC activists.

Due to the ongoing pandemic the events have reduced capacity, please write us for registration.