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15 October 2011 global protests

15 October 2011 global protests
Date 15 October 2011
Location Worldwide
Causes Economic inequality, corporate influence over government, political corruption
Methods
Arrests/Injuries
Arrests: 950+ Injuries: 135+[1][2]
Locations with related protests of over 1000 people

The 15 October 2011 global protests were part of a series of protests inspired by the Arab Spring, the Icelandic Revolution, the Portuguese "Geração à Rasca", the Spanish "Indignants", the Greek Protests and the Occupy movement and launched under the slogan "United for #GlobalChange", to which the slogan "United for Global Democracy" was added by many people's assemblies.[3][4][5] The protest was first called for by the Spanish Plataforma ¡Democracia Real YA! in May 2011 and endorsed by people assemblies across the world.[6] Reasons were varied but mainly targeted the growing economic inequality, corporate influence over government and international institutions and the lack of truly democratic institutions allowing direct public participation at all levels, local to global. Global demonstrations were held on 15 October in more than 950 cities in 82 countries.[7][8][9][10] The date was chosen to coincide with the 5-month anniversary of the first protest in Spain. General assemblies, the social network n-1,[11][12] mailing lists, Mumble voice chat, open pads such as Pirate Pad and Titan Pad and Facebook were used to coordinate the events. Some protests were only a few hundred in number, whereas others numbered in the hundreds of thousands, with the largest in Madrid numbering half a million and the second largest city Barcelona with 400,000.[13][14]

Protests

Europe

Spain

Puerta del Sol square in Madrid after the demonstration on 15 October

As a continuation of the 2011 Spanish Protests, the largest protests took place in Spain, where more than a million people took the streets on 15 October, including 500,000 in Madrid,[13] 400,000 in Barcelona, and 150,000 in Zaragoza. In Madrid, protesters reoccupied the Puerta del Sol square where the Indignados had camped five months earlier on 15 May. As in protests elsewhere, slogans on signs included "We are the 99%", "United for Global Change" and "Human Rights for Everybody".[15]

Italy

At least 300,000 under the banner of "People of Europe: Rise Up!" gathered in the centre of Rome, according to the organizers.[16] During the peaceful march against corporate greed and austerity measures, a group of people broke away from the main demonstration and threw rocks, bottles and incendiary devices at banks and riot police. Riot police charged and clashed with the protesters repeatedly, firing water cannons and tear gas. At least 135 people were injured, including 105 police officers. 12 people were arrested.[17]

Germany

Berlin

10,000 people gathered at the Neptune Fountain in Alexanderplatz between 13:00 and 14:00. At 14:00 the march set off towards the Brandenburg Gate (Brandenburger Tor), arriving to a police barrier at the Pariser Platz square at about 15:00. The march thus made a detour around Brandenburger Tor and marched towards the Kanzleramt, the seat of the federal government of Germany. In front of the Kanzleramt, an open microphone was put in place where anybody could come up and give their thoughts. The sound system was not loud enough for such a big gathering and so it was proposed to use the human microphone (das menschliche Megaphone in German) technique of Occupy Wall Street. The plan had been for everyone to go to Mariannenplatz in the evening where stages, music and food had been prepared. However the people spontaneously decided to assemble in front of the Reichstag and held an assembly there. Tents were put out, and the food was brought from Mariannenplatz. The police came and told the people to disperse. The people refused to disperse and continued their assembly using the human mic. The police then proceeded to destroy the tents which had been put up. After all the tents had been destroyed or confiscated by the police, the police made rounds around the assembly and stole the blankets and mats of the people. At around midnight the policed made a final call to disperse and threatened serious consequences for those who stayed. The people decided to stay. The police then proceeded to violently and forcibly remove the peaceful gathering of people in the park in front of the parliamentarian. The police then told the dislodged people on the streets around Platz der Republik to go to Brandenburgertor. More than 100 people then regrouped at Pariserplatz near Brandenburgertor to make a new assembly. In that assembly it was decided to come back the next day at 13:00 at Pariserplatz to continue the movement. As soon had this decision been made that the police made renewed threats to the people. The people then decided to leave for the moment and come back the next day. People from the protest reported that the police blocked sms and Twitter communication containing certain key words such as "occupyreichtag" or "occupywallst" during periods of the day. The protest became ongoing and continues as Occupy Berlin.[18][19][20][21][22][23][24]

Frankfurt

Frankfurt in Germany, where 8000 people gathered in front of the Klargestellt (German for clarified).[25]

Stuttgart

Around 5000 people supported the global protest at the "schlossplatz"

Hamburg

Between 2,000 and 5,000 people joined the rally on 15 October.[26] Since then, a protest camp with currently around 15 tents (as of 22 Oct) is located in front of the HSH Nordbank headquarter.[27]

Cyprus

A small number of Greek and Turkish Cypriot activists gathered in Eleftheria Square in Nicosia as a response to the global call for a protest. Through discussion, they decided to move their protest to the buffer zone located in the Ledra/Lokmacı street.[28] This started the Occupy Buffer Zone movement in Cyprus. The movement had a strong focus on the Cyprus Dispute and its relation to the economic status quo.[28]

United Kingdom

A group of protesters organized an occupation of the London Stock Exchange to bring attention to what they see as unethical behavior on the part of banks. By 2:30 pm, police had contained the crowd near the St. Paul's Cathedral, where Wikileaks founder Julian Assange held a speech, stating that Wikileaks would support the protests through a campaign against financial institutions.[29][30][31][32][33][34][35][36] A similar protest group inspired by Occupy Wall Street has formed in the UK under the name OccupyLSX.[37][38][39] Prostestors also marched through the Scottish Capital, Edinburgh and formed a tented encampment on St Andrew's Square to kick off Occupy Edinburgh.

Ireland

In Ireland protests were held throughout the country, including in Real Democracy Now! Ireland, Causes United (Ireland) & Occupy Dame Street protest, set up outside the Central Bank of Ireland in solidarity with the Occupy Wall Street movement in New York, also continued throughout the day.

Slovenia

In Slovenia protesters gathered in Koper, Maribor and the capital, Ljubljana, with the latter being the most prominent one. In Koper around 300 people gathered to protest against corruption, capitalism and also against Port of Koper, which is accused of violation of workers' rights. in the capital, people gathered on Congress Square to protest against greed, corruption and capitalism in general. They later moved to Ljubljana Stock Exchange where an assembly was called. The participants decided to continue the protest by means of symbolic occupation. In the following days, the camp size has risen to some 30 tents with continuing assemblies averaging between 150–200 participants, before ceasing in early 2012.[1][42]

Finland

In Finland there were gatherings at 13 locations.[43] The largest meeting was held at the Narinkkatori square in [44] Several hundred people gathered also in Turku,[45] Tampere[46] and Jyväskylä.[47]

Hungary

In Hungary there were demonstrations at two cities. A gathering with an assembly and marching was held in the capitol [48] Several dozen people gathered also in Pécs.[49]

North America

United States

15 October was the day that many local Occupies started, mainly in the smaller cities. Most of the big cities already had Occupies that people from the smaller cities and towns came to.

In New York City, after police prepared to evict protesters from Zuccotti Park near Wall Street, the protesters marched into the heart of the city where they gathered 10,000 supporters.[29] 70 were arrested, 45 in Times square and 24 at a branch of Citibank.[50] Protests also took place in hundreds[51] of major cities across the US like Washington, Boston, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami, and Dallas[52] and smaller communities like Champaign–Urbana,[53] Memphis[54] Oklahoma City, Buffalo,[55] and Fort Lauderdale.

Arrests

United States

100 were arrested in Boston,[56] 90 in New York,[50] 175 in Chicago, 50 in Phoenix, 19 in Sacramento, 20 in Raleigh.,[57] and 24 in Denver.[58]

Italy

12 were arrested in Rome after a part of the protest turned violent.[59]

List of gatherings by city

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Country City name Estimated
attendance
- lower
Estimated
attendance
- higher
Reference
Spain Madrid 500,000 [13][15][60]
Italy Rome 200,000 400,000 [16][61][62]
Spain Valencia 100,000 [63]
Spain Barcelona 60,000 350,000 [15][61][64]
Spain Zaragoza 40,000 [65]
United States New York City 35,000 50,000 [61][66][67]
Portugal Lisbon 20,000 100,000 [61][68]
Spain Granada 10,000 15,000 [69][70]
Chile Santiago 10,000 100,000 [71]
Portugal Porto 10,000 20,000 [72]
Germany Berlin 10,000 [61][73][74]
Belgium Brussels 6,000 7,000 [75]
Croatia Zagreb 5,000 10,000 [76]
United States Chicago 5,000 +
Germany Frankfurt 5,000 + [77]
United States Los Angeles 5,000 [66]
United States San Francisco 4,000 6,000 [78]
Spain Las Palmas de Gran Canaria 4,000 6,000 [79][80]
Spain Pontevedra 4,000 [81]
Greece Athens 4,000 [66][74][82]
Canada Toronto 4,000 5,500 [33][61][83]
United Kingdom London 3,000 5,000 [84]
Slovenia Ljubljana 3,000 4,000 [33][85]
Canada Vancouver 3,000 [83]
Canada Montreal 3,000 [86]
New Zealand Auckland 3,000 [87]
Germany Düsseldorf 2,400 [88]
Germany Hamburg 2,000 5,000 [26]
United States Denver 2,000 3,000 [58]
Brazil Porto Alegre 2,000 [89]
Netherlands Amsterdam 2,000 [68]
Greece Thessaloniki 2,000 [82]
Austria Vienna 1,500 2,500 [74]
Germany Cologne 1,500 [90]
Israel Tel Aviv 1,500 [91]
Denmark Copenhagen 1,000 3,000 [92][93]
France Paris 1,000 2,000 [66][94]
United States Washington, D.C. 1,000 2,000 [61][82]
Hungary Budapest 1,000 2,000 [95]
Canada Victoria 1,000 + [82][96]
Croatia Split 1,000 + [97]
United States Miami 1,000 + [98]
United States Las Vegas 1,000 + [99]
Germany Munich 1,000 [100]
United States New Haven, CT 1,000 [101]
South Korea Seoul 1,000 [14]
Ireland Dublin 1,000
Argentina Buenos Aires 800 [102]
Netherlands The Hague 700 [103]
Germany Hannover 600 + [85]
Canada Ottawa 600 [82]
France Toulouse 500 1,000 [104]
France Strasbourg 500 [105][106][107][108]
Chile Concepción 500 [109]
Canada Halifax 500
Peru Lima 500 [61][102]
United States Lincoln 500 [110]
Switzerland Zurich 500 [61]
France Grenoble 500 [111]
Finland Turku 500 [45]
Canada Nanaimo 500 [33][61][83]
Slovenia Maribor 400 [85]
Canada Winnipeg 400 [112]
Finland Tampere 400 [46]
Slovenia Koper 300 + [85]
Germany Freiburg 300 [113]
Switzerland Geneva 300 [114]
Croatia Rijeka 300 [97]
Canada Quebec City 300 [74]
Canada Calgary 300 [115]
Mexico Mexico City 250 [61]
Germany Karlsruhe 220 + [116]
Sweden Stockholm 200 500 [61][117]
Japan Tokyo 200 300 [61]
United States Riverside 200 300 [118][119]
Hong Kong Hong Kong 200 [77]
Cyprus Nicosia/Buffer Zone 40 85 [120]
Malaysia Kuala Lumpur 200 [121]
France Marseille 200 [122]
Czech Republic Prague 200 [87]
Brazil São Paulo 200 [61]
Australia Sydney 200 [123][124]
Chile Valparaíso 200 [125]
Estonia Tallinn 200 400 [126]
France Montpellier 200 [127]
Puerto Rico San Juan 200 [14]
Sweden Umeå 200 [128]
Finland Jyväskylä 200 [47]
Finland Helsinki 150 1,000 [44][129]
Brazil Rio de Janeiro 150 [61]
Brazil Goiânia 150 [61]
Croatia Pula 150 [130]
Finland Joensuu 130 [131]
Poland Warsaw 100 200 [132]
Serbia Belgrade 100 200 [133]
Bosnia Sarajevo 100 150 [134]
Canada Chicoutimi 100 + [74]
Philippines Manila 100 [61]
France Dijon 100 [135]
France Nantes 100 [111]
Ecuador Quito 100 [102]
Brazil Curitiba 100 [136]
Taiwan Taipei 100 [61]
Uruguay Montevideo 80 [61]
Colombia Bogotá 70 [61]
United Kingdom Brighton 60 + [137][138]
Nicaragua Managua 60 [61]
France Aix-en-Provence 60 [139]
United Kingdom Belfast 60 [82]
Montenegro Podgorica 50 100 [140]
Brazil Campinas 50 [141]
South Africa Johannesburg 50 [142]
France Auch 50 [143]
France Pau 40 [144]
Croatia Buje 40 [145]
France La Réunion 30 [146]
Hungary Pécs 25 50 [49]
France Rochefort 20 [147]
Egypt Cairo 20 [61]
Germany Rostock 10 30 [148]

See also

Note. Cities with 'Occupy' articles are in the show-hide table below.

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