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March Against Monsanto /Bayer Meeting in May!



On 19.05.2018 the MARCH AGAINST MONSANTO / BAYER 2018 takes place. In Hamburg (Germany) and hundreds of other cities around the world protest against agricultural giants and genetic engineering representatives such as Monsanto / Bayer. Together we strongly oppose the use of glyphosate and the destructive industries of Monsanto & Co.

MARCH AGAINST MONSANTO also stands for worldwide solidarity. In North and South America, Asia, Australia, Africa and Europe, millions of people hit the streets on May 19, 2018 to make a difference. So stay free this day and join us!

When: Saturday, 19.05.2018 14:00 h Where: Hachmannplatz, Hamburg Central Station

From Central Station we walk across the city, make a stopover with speeches at Jungfernstieg and end at the Green Hunter. There will be at 4:00 pm the final rally with further expert speeches, information booths and a nice musical finale.

We are still looking for clubs and volunteers who want to support the MARCH AGAINST MONSANTO / BAYER with a speech or an information stand or are interested in participating in the organization of the demo.

For further planning, questions or suggestions send us an e-mail to [email protected].

The MARCH AGAINST MONSANTO is a worldwide protest march against Monsanto & Co. launched in 2013. The protest is directed against all environmental sins and human rights violations committed against Monsanto / Bayer and similar agricultural and chemical giants (eg BASF, Syngenta, DuPont, Dow, ChemChina): rainforest deforestation, land grabbing, the displacement of indigenous peoples, the buying up of smallholder farms, mergers of mega-corporations, food monopolies, patents on seeds, genetically modified seeds and genetically modified food, broad spectrum herbicides such as glyphosate, water and water Air pollution and not least against the bee and species extinction .
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