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travellers en lutte contre l’expulsion raciste de la communauté de Dale Farm
samedi 22 septembre 2012
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première Annonce des Journées Mondiales de l’HABITAT 2012 http://www.darksite.ch/alachaine/spip/spip.php ?article226

et clip-bilan : video-trottoir et extrait Tribunal des EVICTIONS Genève 2011

premières videos, programme et communiqué

le foruM Media HABITAT n’est pas seulement une manifestation ponctuelle mais aussi d’une myriade de videos disponibles par tous ; ainsi que quelques outils à l’usage des pouvoirs publics, et de tout un chacun permettant d’inclure coopératives d’habitants et ecoquartiers dans les projets d’aménagements urbains.

Placer dans un contexte international, les questions locales, et en particulier les questions concernant le LOGEMENT SOCIAL, permet de comparer des expériences, des luttes et des solutions parfois insoupçonnées.

Les situations sont finalement analogues, et concernant les eco-quartiers et les coopératives d’habitants, les exemples sont nombreux aux quatre coins de la planète, dans un mouvement courageux et juvénile encore, et un engouement salutaire.

Alors pour ne pas réinventer l’eau chaude, écoutons les témoignages de pionniers, et très vite, inventons chacun notre propre méthode, adaptée à notre localité, et bâtissons l’identité de nos futures coopératives d’habitation, de nos futurs écoquartiers.

Voilà ce qui nous anime en proposant les RENCONTRES foruMMedia HABITAT.

édition actuelle des 27 28 et 29 septembre 2012 ! TRIBUNAL des EVICTIONS , foruMMedia ...

http://www.darksite.ch/alachaine/spip/spip.php ?article194 [Téléconférences, Marche en Ville, Visites de coopératives d’habitants, Projections de documents inédits, Débats en tournage public, Concert… Trois jours pour choisir d’être HABITANTS HABITAT 2011 --- ForuMMEDIA Genève http://www.darksite.ch/alachaine/spip/spip.php ?article219 http://www.darksite.ch/alachaine/spip/spip.php ?article181->http://www.darksite.ch/alachaine/spip/spip.php ?article181]

Joseph G. Jones, un des leaders des travellers en lutte contre l’expulsion raciste de la communauté de Dale Farm (400 personnes) qui devrait avoir lieu le 19/9/11.

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At Dale Farm, families pack up as neighbours fight on

As eviction looms, relatives of terminally ill Travellers insist on staying because they are unable to move their loved ones Patrick Barkham guardian.co.uk, 14 September 2011

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Joseph G. Jones est à droite de Yves Cabannes
Yves Cabannes au micro. Joseph G. Jones droite de l’image.

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UN representative Yves Cabannes opposes the Dale Farm evictions. Photograph : Graeme Robertson

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The residents of Dale Farm had hoped for a miracle. Sadly, the house that walked was not the miracle they needed. It looked as if the two halves of the lime-green chalet would never squeeze under protesters’ scaffolding at the entrance to the largest unauthorised Traveller site in Britain. But, pushed by a Land Rover, the chalet that had been a family home for a decade inched its way through and out on to the road.

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A growing number of residents fear they will be forced on to the roadside next week when bailiffs begin Basildon council’s £18m eviction. Several have taken away their chalets and sold them, and community elders have left as stressed residents fear last-ditch legal appeals and Wednesday’s intervention of two former UN experts will not halt their forced removal.

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But many other Travellers at Dale Farm insisted they would stay, unable to move themselves or their terminally ill relatives off the site. On a gloriously sunny day, the curtains were drawn in the caravan belonging to Mary and Cornelius Sheridan. The only sound coming from the caravan was of Cornelius breathing heavily, with the help of a nebuliser. Mary is caring for her dying husband, who has bowel cancer. "I’m staying because where can I put Cornelius ?" she said. "The eviction will kill Cornelius. There’s no saying it won’t. By night, he wakes up and then he says, ’Oh Mary, there’s the bailiffs.’" Macmillan nurses used to visit Cornelius to provide palliative care and vans delivered his medical equipment but neither come to the site any more, according to Mary. She has to go to the chemist to pick up the medical equipment he needs. When the eviction gets under way and electricity supplies are cut off, Mary has been told she will be given batteries to run Cornelius’s nebuliser but she fears they won’t be reliable enough to keep it going. "It’s taken a lot to build Connie back up. This is just dragging him into the mud," she said. "I don’t know why they are doing this to me." What would she say to Tony Ball, leader of Basildon council ? "I would turn around and say to him, ’Do you have a heart ? You mustn’t have a heart because, if you had, you wouldn’t be dragging a dying man out of this home.’" The Sheridans were visited on Wednesday by Professor Yves Cabannes who, as chair of the UN habitat advisory group, has conducted a detailed study of international evictions, including the Dale Farm removal. The former UN planning expert said Britain was "violating international rights" and the government had created "a national problem" over just 51 unauthorised pitches at Dale Farm. "How on earth can such a developed country be unable to solve peacefully the problem of 51 pitches ?" he said. He was joined by Sir Richard Jolly, former assistant secretary general of the UN, who said in a letter he had watched the impending eviction at Dale Farm with "a growing sense of outrage". Jolly said the UN convention on the rights of the child must be applied to the 100 children of Dale Farm. "The UK government, having given solemn commitments to the convention on the rights of the child has clear obligations to ensure that its provisions are fulfilled," he wrote, in a letter sent to Vanessa Redgrave, the actor who has been campaigning on behalf of the Travellers. Ball said the council spent 10 years seeking "a peaceful and humanitarian solution" to the illegally developed site and the eviction – supported by more than £5m from the coalition government – was the last resort. Ball said : "The Travellers can find a culturally appropriate answer to their housing problem but it must involve a site with the proper planning permission. The UN ’representative’ may not be aware that Basildon provides more approved Traveller sites than any other local authority area in Essex and among the greatest number of any area in the country. We have a very strong record of working with Travellers within the law." The Travellers are seeking a fresh hearing in the court of appeal on Friday, citing new evidence about seven seriously sick residents of Dale Farm. Meanwhile, there is growing uncertainty over whether bailiffs will be able to legally remove many of the chalets next week because the enforcement notices against the unauthorised developments only specify caravans. About 40 chalets and pitches on the site are registered for council tax and are therefore classed as houses, not caravans. A number of Dale Farm residents may yet be able to simply move next door after several families on the adjacent legal Travellers’ site gave their permission for Dale Farm residents to borrow their pitches until they can find permanent homes.

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/8762750/Dale-Farm-council-is-violating-international-law-claims-UN-representative.html Crime Dale Farm : council is violating international law, claims UN representative

A UN representative has accused a council of ’’violating international law’’ over the clearance of the UK’s largest illegal travellers’ site.

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Professor Yves Cabannes, a UN adviser on forced eviction, was visiting Dale Farm near Basildon in Essex where a mass clearance is due to begin on Monday. He said : ’’A study which I led on forced eviction found that at Dale Farm and the UK in general the Government is violating international human rights law on three points. ’’These are the right to adequate housing, the right to be defended from forced eviction and discrimination.’’ Prof Cabannes added that Basildon Council had failed to provide the pitches it should make available to travellers. He added : ’’The people who are abusing the law are the council, not the travellers. The council is not fulfilling its duties.

’’There are many Dale Farms which face these issues every day and there needs to be a co-ordinated approach across the country. ’’We are used to see millions of people losing their homes in Zimbabwe, China and Nigeria - how is one country unable to solve the problem of 51 pitches ?’’ His visit came as there were signs of travellers beginning to leave the site voluntarily. At least five caravans are believed to have left last night. The eviction is due to start on Monday and follows a decade-long row over unauthorised plots. Although half of the site is legal, an estimated 400 people are said to be living on 51 unauthorised plots. Travellers and supporters say they will resist the eviction peacefully but police are preparing a major operation to ensure the Basildon Council-led operation passes off peacefully. Council leader Tony Ball said : ’’For 10 years we have sought a peaceful and humanitarian solution to Dale Farm, but it must be one that involves upholding the law of our country. ’’The current site has been illegally developed. After 10 years, when we have exhausted the judicial process and every effort to negotiate, we have no option but to resort to direct action to clear the site. ’’The travellers can find a culturally appropriate answer to their housing problem but it must involve a site with the proper planning permission. ’’The UN ’representative’ may not be aware that Basildon provides more approved traveller sites than any other local authority area in Essex and among the greatest number on any area in the country. We have a very strong record of working with travellers within the law. ’’The UN refers to the rights of the families involved. Basildon Council respects those along with the rights of the vast majority of its residents who want this illegal camp moved after 10 years of stalling tactics by the travellers.’’ A spokesman for the Department for Communities and Local Government said : ’’The British courts have found that the developments at Dale Farm are in breach of planning law and Basildon District Council is within its rights to evict travellers from the site. ’’It has taken 10 years of failed negotiations and legal process to reach this point, and the unprecedented level of unauthorised development on green belt land has severely damaged community relations.’’ http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2037358/Dale-Farm-eviction-UN-team-accuses-council-violating-international-law.html UN team accuses council of ’violating international law’ by evicting travellers on extraordinary visit to Dale Farm (and even compared it to China and Zimbabwe)

UN adviser Yves Cabanne says the UK is breaking travellers’ human rights three times over Argues that ’the people who are abusing the law are the council, not the travellers’

A UN adviser today compared the eviction of residents at Europe’s largest illegal travellers’ site to the plight of millions in Zimbabwe as he accused a council of ’violating international law’. In an extraordinary visit to Dale Farm, in Essex, Professor Yves Cabannes claimed Basildon Council had broken human rights legislation in three ways. Speaking outside one of the traveller’s homes, with the UN flag hoisted behind him, the UN adviser for forced evictions also drew parallels with China and Nigeria - both notorious for human rights abuses.

’Human rights violation’ : UN adviser Yves Chabanne, front, held a press conference at Dale Farm travellers’ site He also said that it was the council, not the Dale Farm residents, who were ’abusing the law’, despite the presence of 400 people on illegal plots at the site. Those living at the site illegally are due to be evicted from Monday, but despite claims this will leave them homeless it was revealed today that one of the Dale Farm travellers is masterminding a multi-million-pound property development in Ireland. More...

Migrants are having big families to claim benefits, says Asian baroness Lotto rapist forced to flee mansion after receiving ’leave or die threats’ Professor Cabannes said : ’A study which I led on forced eviction found that at Dale Farm, and the UK in general, the Government is violating international human rights law on three points. ’These are the right to adequate housing, the right to be defended from forced eviction and discrimination.’ Prof Cabannes argued that Basildon Council had failed to provide the pitches it should make available to travellers.

Outburst : Prof Chabannes, speaking in front of the UN flag, compared the eviction to human-rights abuses in Zimbabwe, China and Nigeria

Conference : Residents and Press watch the UN adviser’s controversial speech He added : ’The people who are abusing the law are the council, not the travellers. The council is not fulfilling its duties. ’There are many Dale Farms which face these issues every day and there needs to be a co-ordinated approach across the country. ’We are used to see millions of people losing their homes in Zimbabwe, China and Nigeria - how is one country unable to solve the problem of 51 pitches ?’ His visit came as there were signs of travellers beginning to leave the site voluntarily. At least five caravans are believed to have left last night. The eviction is due to start on Monday and follows a decade-long row over illegal plots.

Prepared : A large police operation is planned for the eviction on Monday to ensure it passes off peacefully

Moving on : Reports have emerged that several Dale Farm families have already started to leave the site Although half of the site is legal, an estimated 400 people are said to be living on 51 unauthorised plots. Travellers and supporters say they will resist the eviction peacefully but police are preparing a major operation to ensure the Basildon Council-led operation passes off peacefully. Council leader Tony Ball said : ’For 10 years we have sought a peaceful and humanitarian solution to Dale Farm, but it must be one that involves upholding the law of our country. ’The current site has been illegally developed. After 10 years, when we have exhausted the judicial process and every effort to negotiate, we have no option but to resort to direct action to clear the site. ’The travellers can find a culturally appropriate answer to their housing problem but it must involve a site with the proper planning permission. ’The UN "representative" may not be aware that Basildon provides more approved traveller sites than any other local authority area in Essex and among the greatest number on any area in the country. We have a very strong record of working with travellers within the law. ’The UN refers to the rights of the families involved. Basildon Council respects those along with the rights of the vast majority of its residents who want this illegal camp moved after 10 years of stalling tactics by the travellers.’

Battle : Police will start to remove families from the Dale Farm site in Essex on Monday

Protest : A traveller family demonstrates against the eviction during Prof Chabannes’ visit to Dale Farm A spokesman for the Department for Communities and Local Government said : ’The British courts have found that the developments at Dale Farm are in breach of planning law and Basildon District Council is within its rights to evict travellers from the site. ’It has taken 10 years of failed negotiations and legal process to reach this point, and the unprecedented level of unauthorised development on green belt land has severely damaged community relations.’ Prof Cabannes’ accusation comes on the day when it was revealed that a Dale Farm traveller controls a large development in Ireland. Planning records show that Michael Quilligan, the son of a traveller worth £24million, is the mastermind behind a multi-million-pound development in the town of Rathkeale, the spiritual home of travellers in the west of Ireland. The large detached and semi-detached houses - worth up to £400,000 - are close to completion and are near to the local equivalent of millionaires’ row, where other substantial gated properties can be found.

Defiant : Travellers living at the Dale Farm site in Essex have vowed to remain there Mr Quilligan is thought to have sold some of the properties to other travellers. It is unclear whether Dale Farm residents are among the buyers but one local report yesterday claimed that a dozen of the families facing eviction have bought homes in Rathkeale. Members of Basildon Council, which is responsible for clearing the Dale Farm site, are calling for an urgent investigation. This latest twist in the saga blows apart the travellers’ claims that there is nowhere ‘culturally sensitive’ for them to go if they are evicted. Their links with Rathkeale – where around half of the town’s properties are owned by travellers – suggest they have a perfect retreat in their native land. Evictions : The 10-year battle to remain at Dale Farm was lost earlier this month It also emerged yesterday that Basildon Borough Council had paid housing benefits for some of the Dale Farm travellers directly to a landlord based in Rathkeale. John Flynn, 55, bought the former scrapyard at Dale Farm for £120,000 ten years ago and owns about five caravan pitches on the site. The council admitted it paid money directly to Mr Flynn at an address in Rathkeale to cover the rent of his tenants, who were allowed to claim housing benefits, despite living on an illegal site. Many of the homes in Rathkeale remain boarded up apart from a few months a year and at Christmas when a cavalcade of UK-registered Range Rovers, Mercedes, BMWs and Porsches roll into the town, pulling caravans behind them. Extravagant traveller weddings and christenings in the local Roman Catholic church add to the carnival atmosphere over the Christmas period.

Time to move : The illegal site at Dale Farm covers 51 plots and houses around 400 people Mr Quilligan, a father of four, runs a business called Michael Quilligan Building Contractor and is the son of Rathkeale’s wealthiest traveller, Simon ‘Sammy Buckshot’ Quilligan, an antiques dealer. John Dornan, a Tory councillor in Essex, said : ‘I have long called for an inquiry into the funding of the site. ‘This new information needs to be looked at by the council to compare it with any homeless applications and housing benefits claims. ‘I do not want to prejudice any investigation, but if any of the same people are involved, it would have huge implications.’ Dale Farm, built on green belt land near Basildon, came to the attention of planners around ten years ago when illegal plots started springing up around a smaller approved site.

Under construction : The multi-million pound development of large detached homes in Rathkeale in the west of Ireland Since then it has grown into a 400-strong community of travellers who have built roads and connections to electricity. Bailiffs and police are planning to start removing travellers on the illegal camp from Monday after the council won a High Court battle to evict them. The travellers and supporters revealed today they have collected a 7,000-strong petition supporting calls to halt the eviction until suitable alternatives are explored in full. They also presented a letter from Sir Richard Jolly, a former UN official, expressing concerns that the clearance may contravene the Convention on the Rights of the Child. Campaigner Grattan Puxon said : ’It is not to late for us to stop this. We have three planning applications lodged and will be returning to the High Court tomorrow to try to stop the eviction.’

Read more : http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2037358/Dale-Farm-eviction-UN-team-accuses-council-violating-international-law.html#ixzz1Xx5oatd0

 

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