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Als beginpunt van de kraakbeweging wordt de oproep door het Amsterdamse stu‐ dentenblad Propria Cures uit 1964 genoemd om onbewoonbaar verklaarde panden te bezetten (Duivenvoorden, 2000: 14). De… (More)
ABSTRACTThis paper discusses the struggles of the We Are Here movement in Amsterdam as resistance to both securitarian and humanitarian border regimes. It explores the tensions between everyday for...
In both England and the Netherlands, squatting has recently been legislated against. Criminalisation is often understood as a top-down process, where those who are criminalised are seen as passive… (More)
This report is the outcome of a research project that took place in The Netherlands between 2008 and 2009 just before the squatting movement was criminalised (October 2010). This research provided… (More)
ABSTRACTThis special issue focuses on migrants’ self-organised strategies in relation to housing in Europe, namely the collective squatting of vacant buildings and land. In particular, the contribu...
This article examines the transformations in form and function of rituals in the squatting movement in Amsterdam. Upon roaring early years, rituals emerged around the search for houses to squat, the… (More)
This research analyses how the criminalisation of the Amsterdam squatting movement works. The key research question addresses how criminalisation operates as a technology of government, what kind of… (More)