As you might have heard, a few days ago, activists from the transnational NoBorders network and the French organisation SôS Soutien aux Sans Papiers have opened a large warehouse for migrants in Calais as a response to the ongoing repression against the migrants in
Calais by the authorities. 
The building is to be an autonomous space for migrants and activists struggling for the right to freedom of movement. It will be host to information-sharing, debate and practical solidarity. The Kronstadt building is located in the town that has become the symbol of Fortress Europe, a place where police arrests and beatings of migrants are a daily occurrence, and where night-time pursuits are relentless.
By this act, they stand in solidarity with those for whom border and immigration control is a discriminatory, oppressive and unjust reality.
The space is not, as the conserative press has dubbed it, a “new Sangatte”. It is a self-organised space. ( see Brighton NoBorders response to the article in the Daily Mail from yesterday:  ) Of course, help is needed. If you want to support the space by either travelling to Calais or otherwise, please contact:
for more information and updates, see
about the situation in calais, see http://calaismigrantsolidarity.wordpress.com