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international | racism & migration related issues | news report Wednesday June 28, 2006 18:42 by Mick Byrne mickbyrne at gmail dot com
59 activisits detained in the peaceful occupation of a Migrant Detention Centre in construction
Last Saturday, June 24th, as part of the '2nd Caravan for the Feedom of Movement' in Barcelona 57 activists peacefully occupied a Migrant Detention Centre in construction resulting in the arrest and detention of all particpants.
Last Saturday, June 24th, as part of the '2nd Caravan for the Freedom of Movement' in Barcelona, around 100 activists participated in the occupation of Barcelona's soon to be opened Migrant Detention Centre (Centro de Internamiento de Imigrantes). At around 10.30am approximately 57 activists (including participants from Italy, France, Germany and elsewhere) enetered the Centre, which is not yet operational, and peacefully occupied the building in order to bring attention to the new Center (which will replace and double the capacity of the current Migrant Detention Centre ´Le Verneda') before it opens. Spain’s' migrant detention centres have been widely criticised by human rights institutions and observatories as a legal 'black hole' in which detainees are held in custody despite having committed no crime expect that of wanting to live and work in a place where they haven't been born.