The No Border Camp in Brussels was from 25 Sept – 3 Oct. See Brussels Indymedia for reports of workshops, demonstrations and direct action which took place.
The Camp legal team is collecting complaints to file against the police after hundreds of arbitary arrests were made. See http://www.noborderbxl.eu.org/?lang=en for details.
On Saturday, October 2, a big demo brought together nearly 1,500 participants on arrival at the Bourse, Brussels city centre (http://bxl.indymedia.org/articles/257)
As well as several big demonstrations, lots of autonomous actions took place. Here’s a round-up:
A meeting of Frontex was blocked by activists before they were arrested (http://www.vimeo.com/15401376).
Action against Frontex also took place in Brussels Airport (http://bxl.indymedia.org/articles/227).
A police station was attacked and damaged (http://bxl.indymedia.org/articles/211).
The facade of the Embassy of Italy was covered with shit and graffiti to protest against the deportation of Roma and recent agreements with Libya on immigration (http://bxl.indymedia.org/ articles/196).
A symbolic action took place against the offices of BP’s lobbying in Brussels (http://bxl.indymedia.org/articles/197).
Sodexho, providing food in many prisons and detention camps, received a visit from a group of people who poured 40 liters of oil into the lobby (http://bxl.indymedia. org/articles/180).
The building of the Cultural Attache of southern Germany was “redecorated” in protest against the repression of a demonstration Thursday in Stuttgart (http://linksunten.indymedia.org/de/node/26075). “
A recruitment session of the Brussels police was disrupted by several activists, in protest at police repression (http://bxl.indymedia.org/articles/239).
The doors of the IOM (International Organisation for Migration) were blocked with glue (http://bxl.indymedia.org/articles/262).
Several buildings of companies involved in the deportation machine were tagged and had their windows broken: CarlsonWagonLit and Randstatd (http://bxl.indymedia.org/articles/128), Serco (http://bxl.indymedia.org/articles/147), Sodexho (http://bxl.indymedia.org/articles/ 236), Steria (http://bxl.indymedia.org/articles/244), Dalkia (http://switzerland.indymedia.org/de/2010/10/77904.shtml).