Φοιτητικη εξεργεση στην ιταλια

Εδω και ενα μηνα πανεπιστημια και σχολεια εχουν καταληφθει απο φοιτητες,μαθητες και καθηγητες εναντια στα νεα εκπαιδευτικα μετρα της κυβερνησης Μπερλουσκονι και της υπ. Παιδειας Τζελμίνι. Σχετικα με τα νεα μετρα

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Καποια βιντεο των κινητοποιησεων απο το youtube επειδη για τα μμε δεν τρεχει τιποτα.

ΠΙΖΑ
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=zOjyVoK9OJ4
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=i_UTJLSgBx0&feature=related
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=L9atLexVxds&feature=related

ΜΙΛΑΝΟ
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=BmzCmBQTNuc
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=eE6OYF2Ubp8&feature=related
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=lFzSFI_kXpM&feature=related
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=HTr9YxV4tEk&feature=related

ΡΩΜΗ
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=5F6AZ_kL6l8&feature=related (μαθημα εξω απο το κοινοβουλιο)
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=95qwE4XLIhg
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=V_AEnya7oYY (Rage Against the Machine)
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=zoAfMj0fXdY&feature=related
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=9eHjZM2fZf4 (κινηματογραφικο φεστιβαλ ρωμης)

SKY TV
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=zAB00aRW01I&feature=related (the News crew was attacked after accusing the students of forcing the police barriers)

ΦΛΩΡΕΝΤΙΑ
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=6YLY_5dyBVg
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=ZHRRZY96xyM&feature=related (brain hunt)
http://it.youtube.com/watch?v=ofjCoFYVycA&feature=related (D&B off the Duomo)
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=vJTZnYlS5uo&feature=related
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=NajWUGuBJ-0&NR=1
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Rc75X8JBOnU&feature=related
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Detmsdks9bM&feature=related

ΠΑΛΕΡΜΟ
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=T8jf6NRS6LE&feature=related
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=hjUK0zH8CTE&feature=related
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=o9JiZ-Tqkuw&feature=related

ΤΕΡΓΕΣΤΗ
http://it.youtube.com/watch?v=70hU2Mjc7kk



Εικόνες:

από απο φοιτητες απο μιλανο 28/10/2008 3:14 πμ.


οποιος/α προλαβαινει ας το μεταφρασει

"We won't pay for your crisis" : as in the rest of italy, in the universities of Milano the mobilization is uncontrollable by power.From Mediazione Culturale to Scienze Politiche, 'Accademia di Brera and Università Bicocca, from Conservatorio to Politecnico to the State
University of Milano in central Festa del Perdono. Students are mobilizing to bock the Gelmini Decree (Gelmini, arch-catholic minister of education rechristened Gelminator by protesters), and to push for a self-reform for a university of knowledge and research. Together with postgrads, researchers, university employees and precasious faculty.
The brainworkers of immaterial labor are on the move. Everywhere the blocks of lessons and the blockades of traffic by students are multiplying, with spontaneous assemblies in each university, department, with rectorates and classrooms occupied. An uncontrollable
movement that can win, and  transfprm a university based on deskilled higher education and academic nepotism and related fiefdoms into a university as public place of education and self-education linked to the needs and cultures of the society to be. But where did all this
come from?

Stop Decreto Gelmini. Hands off schools and universities. We won't pay
for your crisis!

The Berlusconi Gov't passed the Law Decree n° 112 del 25 June 2008 titles "Urgent provisions for economic dev't, simplification, competitiveness, stabilitazion of public finance and tax equalization" This decree becomes provisional law during the summer holidays, on Aug 5 (Legge 133/2008)

In provincial Italy, the policy response to the mounting global crisis as put forward by minister of finance Tremonti is drastic cuts to social spending, starting from public school and universities.

The essential points of the gelmini-tremonti package: return to the single teacher in elementary schools, segregated classes for "foreign"kids, severe cuts in financial resources to education, the block of hirings of teaching and technical personnel, from elementary schools
to universities and research, the reconversion of public universities in private foundations...

In september schools reopen: all over italy a new movement makes its frist stems in elementary schools, high schools, universities. The first mots d'ordre are against the precarization of teachers, against the single teacher that would enforce a single ideology, agains the so-called differentiated classes that would violently discriminate
immigrant children with a truly racial provision aiming at establishing apartheid in italy.

On Oct 3 the autonomous network of high school student collectives take it to the streets in many cities of Italy.

On Oct 13, the minister Gelmini cancels her appearance at a symposium in milano for fear of protests.

In october classes start in universities: a university student movement emerges powerfully: "We won't pay your crisis!" It's a loud and clear message that speaks of the here and now, of precarity,economic crisis and the last gasps of neoliberalism. "Cut resources to
bankers and war missions, rather than to schools and universities! we are the coming society! We are not the problem, we are the solution!"

Week by week the mov't grows: from elementary schools, teachers, parents, kids are united in denouncing the decree; high school collectives network their struggles; in universities researchers other precarious faculty and professors start joining student assemblies and
discussing with student collectives.

"We have started so that we wouldn't stop" and "We shall never go back" : university students are against the berlusconi cuts billed as 'reform' but do not want to defend public university fallen prey to clientelist and nepotistic practices, ruled by barons over the
shoulders of precarious junior faculty. The growing movement does not
accept neither old labels nor old forms of representations, it demands and practices autonomy and freedom from the classic forms of politics, parties especially. The responsibilities of past centerleft governments stand clear in weaking the public university system and so does the inability of the current parliamentary opposition to oppose
mr b's decrees, which cuts funds to public schools while giving aid to private schools. The dem party has also imitated berlusconi in calling for draconian laws in the name of 'security'  fingerpointing dangerous subjects such as gypsies, immigrants, street sellers, graffiti
writers.

On Oct 17, the national strike called by radical alternative unions against the berlusconi government turns into the first No Gelmini Day. In Rome 300,000 people take part in the strike demo. Rome students take part in the union demo and then break off in the thousands and by outflanking police manage to reach and block the ministry of education. In Milano, unions are also on the streets. university and highschool students decide to cross the whole city paralyzing traffic as three demos merge: elementary schools, high school students, and
for the first time since the 'panther' movement of 1990, a strong demonstration of university students from many agitating faculties and academic insititutions. At the end of the demo, precarious teachers of elementary schools and high school students put the milano education
department under siege, while university students experiment for the first time with the practice of metropolitan blockades in the rest of the city.

In the following week, the social situation escalates, as spontaneous protests and initiatives spread to further cities large and small. On Oct 21 in Milano, the General Estates of the University are held in the aula magna of Milano State University. Just like in Sapienza in
Rome and in Palermo, the assembly is huge: 2000 people that decide at the end of the assembly to give rise to a an unauthorized demo across the streets of Milano. The demo marches fast and unpredictably, it goes back and forth: the city goes tilt. Getting news that in bologna and other cities university students have occupied railway stations,the demo arrives at Cadorna train station. Riot cops prevent access to  the station and charge students with batons, who do not disperse and block the car traffic all around by doing a determined sit-in. In  Florence, 40000 people of all ages from schools and universities express solidarity to the student movement and fear for the possibility of repression.

In the subsequent days, mobilizations further develop: in Milano,Torino and other cities dozens of motions to faculty boards, class blockades, assemblies, all-night events take place in freed universities. The first experiments with alternative higher education occur: academic lectures are held in central public squares before hundreds of students and curious citizens, wihle students speak of "free university and free knowledge".

On Oct 22 berlusconi accuses centri sociali (squatted social centers) to be the maneuverers behind the social mobilizations and warns "I will send the police against occupations of schools and universities." THe movement is not intimidated: "We have no fear" is the rallying
cry. Some rectors swear "never police in a university", while some professors ironize that a bit of university education might be well needed by the italian police...

On Oct 23 berlusconi now in beijing denies having thought about sending in the riot copes and accuse the italian press of misinformation. In Rome, Sapienza students after another huge assemlby the decided to march toward the parliamente in a demo merging three
streams of people, university students, high school students and the acitivists of roman centri sociali who are protesting against the eviction of Horus social center and the will to eradicate all social spaces expressed by the neofascist new mayor Almeanno.

15000 people are spontaneously taking the streets in the heart of the city. "Roma libera", "libertà, libertà", in the joy and thrill of the moment a new cry emerges "un'altra Onda, un altra volta", "siamo i giovani, siamo l'esercito del surf"  taken from a song of the roman
rapper "Er Piotta" [Another Wave, Once More] [we are the youth, we are surf's army] The song is an antiauthoritarian antiwar jibe about being able to go with the flow and repeat the wave of change; it expresses the idea of strategic flexibility in the sense of being able to surf
the rough waves and be anywhere and everywhere, and especially to be where they least expect us.

L'Onda, The Wave, the movement names itself: it's an anomalous wave, a social anomaly. While the police protects parliament, the Wave puts the city center under siege.

On Oct 24 berlusconi denounces the risk of extremist and violent fringes in demonstrations. That night, 1000 students break onto the red carpet of the rome film festival, saying "this movie is old". On Oct 23 and 24 Ottobre piazza Duomo is filled by students and
professors that protest against the cuts and experience the urgency of horizontal self-reform in higher education: "we shall never go back"

"Let's occupy the city to be concerned about ourselves":  the university penetrates the city, the city penetrates the university, street blocks and spontaneous protests each day block the city, the outdoor lectures are crowded, everybody is suprised by the scale and
novely of the mobilization: government, police, academic barons, mass media, it's an anomalous wave that submerges all.

The mobilization goes on. Fo Nov 29, berlusconi has scheduled the final approval of the law. And the anomalous wave keeps growing.

Oct 23-24 008 : Protests keep growing, with hundreds of demos and initiatives in all Italian cities and especially in Pisa, Venice,Padua, Naplei. In Rome: huge assembly at La Sapienza and spontaneous demo toward italian parliament. In Milano: official teaching blocked,
public lectures hel in duomo square; assemblies and intramural protests at Statale, Politecnico, Bicocca and Brera. Berlusconi from china says "never said I'd send police in schools" and "the italian press don't understand my words". Minister of public education Gelmini says want to "open dialogue with students" and adds "there is an ongoing terroristic campaign against my reform". High schools are agitating mightily with most of the schools taken over by students and a myriad of street protests.

από ... 28/10/2008 11:25 πμ.


Πραγματικα τα ΜΜΕ αγνοούν παντελώς το θέμα.
Σε ανταπόκριση απο Ιταλία που άκουσα στο κόκκινο έλεγαν οτι οι μαθητές διοργανώνουν εναλλακτικά μαθήματα-διαλέξεις σε πλατείες για να μην υπάρχει το επιχείρημα οτι χάνουν χρόνο όσον αφορα την εκπαιδευτική διαδικασία. Επίσης διοργανώνονται ομηλίες σε σχολεία και σχολές που συμμετέχουν άτομα οπως ο Ουμπερτο Εκο. Ισως θα μπορούσαν να υιοθετηθούν τέτοιες πρακτικές και στην ελλαδα.

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