Occupy Berlin

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Occupy Berlin
Part of the Occupy movement
Occupy Berlin 2011 (04).jpg
Date From 15 October 2011
(6 years, 276 days)
Location Berlin, Germany
Caused by Economic inequality, corporate influence over government
Methods Demonstration, occupation, protest, street protesters
Status Ongoing

Occupy Berlin was a collaboration in Berlin, Germany that has included peaceful protests and demonstrations against unregulated financial markets and other alleged social injustices. It began as a part of the 15 October 2011 global protests.[1] The protest began in solidarity with the Occupy Wall Street protests in New York, United States. It has established three encampments: outside the church Parochialkirche, in Boxhagener Platz and the biggest one on the Bundespressestrand.[2]

Occupy Berlin cooperates with similar movements throughout Germany, most notably from Frankfurt and Hamburg.

As of June 2012, Occupy Berlin had continued to engage in organized meetings, events and actions.[3]

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  1. ^ (October 15, 2011.) Occupy-Bewegung Berlin - Bürger, lass das Glotzen sein! - Politik - sueddeutsche.de
  2. ^ (in German) (November 14, 2011.) "Occupy" activists occupy Federal Press beach." Berliner Morgenpost. Accessed November 2011.
  3. ^ "#Occupy Berlin". occupyberlin.info. Occupy Berlin. Retrieved March 4, 2012. 

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