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Caravan for free movement and development

by Andrea Plöger last modified Feb 11, 2011 07:29 PM

This clips shows the first part of the caravan for free movement and development from Bamako to the World Social Forum in Dakar. The caravan was made up of different caravans from Mali, Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Guinea, Tunesia and activists from Europe. This video shows the first part of the caravan from Mali from Bamako to Nioro du Sahel and back. The idea was to protest at the border to Mauretania against the Frontex system installed by the European Union which is causing the death and suffering of thousands of migrants at the borders. While Europe is exploiting the resources of Africa causing Africans to loose their livlihood - as e.g. emptying the oceans and leaving no fish for the African fishermen - humans are kept inside Africa by using more and more military and prison systems. The second part of the caravan - when the caravan form Cameroon, Burkina Faso and Togo and Tunesia joined will be following.

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Produced by timecode e.v.
Directed by Sabine Weber and Andrea Plöger
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Produced Feb 11, 2011
Copyright 2009, by the Contributing Authors. Cite/attribute Resource. AndreaBerlin. (2011, February 11). Caravan for free movement and development. Retrieved February 19, 2019, from World Social Forum TV Web site: This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License Creative Commons License
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