How London Gezi linked to CAAT

Placard with a red heart on it reads 'Unite today for Turkey', held against the London skyline and a cloudy sky
London Gezi solidarity flashmob, July ’13

A group of people from different ethnic and religious backgrounds and political views came together during the Gezi -Taksim resistance. They did not and do not represent a political party or any other organization. In support of the Gezi movement they organised flashmobs, protests, workshops, and started to interact with other international solidarity groups. As part of this we came across CAAT. At the first CAAT meeting we attended, we realised we have many reasons in common to protest the arms fair.

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