Les bales de goma a Estrasburg

Ajudan's a portar aquest cas de vulneració dels Drets Humans davant la justicia europea

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  • Translation

    We want to translate all the information we receive from other parts of the world about this topic: the use of rubber bullets. For this we need of collaboration. Similarly, we want to disseminate as widely as possible all the documents that we have produced and still produce so that these weapons will be never used anymore.

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    We are preparing a working group to open an investigation about other cases of victims for rubber bullets. We know that there are many people who remain anonymous and we want to bring them up to the light by exposing their experiences and sufferings. Can you give us a hand?

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Individual rewards

  • Contributing 15

    Acknowledgment: Thanks on the website www.stopbalesdegoma.org

    On the website we have created a special section for updates on the legal cause. In this section we will publish names (or aliases) of all people supporting us and who have made this possible with a donation.

    36Co-financiers
  • Contributing 20

    Product: Photo of the Campaign Stop Gomas de Bales

    One of the high-resolution photos made for the project “The Stolen Eyes” by Francesca Oggiano + thank you on the website.

    24Co-financiers
  • Contributing 30

    Product: Pin

    A pin with the STOP Bales de Goma’s logo + 1 “The Stolen Eyes” picture + thank you on the website.

    9Co-financiers
  • Contributing 50

    Product: T-Shirt Stop Bales de Goma

    T-shirt with the logo of the campaign Stop Bales de Goma + 1 Pin + 1 “The Stolen Eyes” picture + thank you on the website.

    15Co-financiers
  • Contributing 60

    Product: Annual Repor

    The 2013 Annual Report + 1 T-shirt with the logo of the campaign Stop Bales de Goma + 1 Pin + 1 “The Stolen Eyes” picture + thank you on the website.

    1Co-financiers
  • Contributing 80

    Product: “Warcelona” Photobook

    “Warcelona” photobook made by photographer Jordi Borràs + 1 T-shirt with the logo of the campaign Stop Bales de Goma + 1 Pin + 1 “The Stolen Eyes” picture + thank you on the website.

    7Co-financiers
  • Contributing 100

    Acknowledgment: For social movements and entities

    Thanks on the website.

    1Co-financiers
  • Contributing 100

    Product: Tickets for El rei Borni

    2 tickets for El rei Borni, directed by Marc Crehuet, in Barts theatre + 2 T-shirts with the logo of the campanign Stop Bales de Goma + "warcelona photobook + thank you on the website

    Limited reward
    20 units left
    4Co-financiers
  • Contributing 200

    Product: “Warcelona” Photobook (for social movements and entities)

    “Warcelona” photobook made by photographer Jordi Borràs + highlighted thanks and special mention on the website.

    1Co-financiers
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Stop Bales de Goma

Stop Bales de Goma
The Association Stop Bales de Goma (“Stop Rubber Bullets”) was founded in 2010 and is made up of victims of differing severity who have suffered damages by the impact of rubber projectiles fired by Catalan Police “Mossos d'Esquadra”, and other individuals, associations and social movements who sympathize with the cause. The ultimate goal of the association is a ban on the use of such weapons by the various police forces in Spain.
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Les bales de goma a Estrasburg

In 2001, Carles Guillot lost an eye due to the impact of a rubber bullet fired during an eviction in Gracia district, in Barcelona.

Even though the policeman responsible of the shooting was identified, the case has been concluded by the court after the preliminary investigation. After 11 years and 2 months of lawsuits (from the High Court to the Supreme Court and finally to the Constitutional Court), the Spanish justice has refused any sort of compensation for it.

We ask that the practice of ignoring the victims of police violence, granting complete impunity to the security forces, be no longer the norm that prevails in Catalonia and the rest of the Spanish state.

That's why we decided to take the case to the European Court of Human Rights, in order to prevent other similar violations of fundamental rights.

Main features

Lawyers Jaume Asens and Anaïs Franquesa will bring the case to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, accusing Spain of violation of article 6.1 (right to a fair trial within a reasonable time) and 3 (prohibition of inhuman or degrading treatment ) of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms.

Why this is important

This project is aimed at all those people aware of human rights and the injustice represented by the lack in application of the fundamental human rights, here and around the world.

It’s also aimed at all the people who believe that in a democratic state there must be no impunity for police.
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Goals of the crowdfunding campaign

The main target of this project is to bring the suit to the Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. Hopefully, succeeding in the case will enable Spanish judges and prosecutors to investigate in depth the charges against the security forces, avoiding in that way other cases of long proceedings as the ones currently involving the victims of police violence.

Additionally, a case of this kind can generate jurisprudence that might be useful for any citizen in the European Union.
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