Streamed live on Tuesday, 04.07.2017 @ 19.30
On Tuesday, July 4, the FC⚡MC International Media Center opened in the Millerntor stadium of FC St. Pauli in Hamburg. More than 600 reporters and journalist from all over the world had been accredited, and will cover from the stadium the topics and events surrounding the G20.
Maren Grimm and Paul Ratzel, representatives of the FC⚡MC Organization Team Why it’s important to have an independent media center at G20
guests from the Global Solidarity Summit www.solidarity-summit.org (5 and 6 July at Kampnagel, Hamburg):
Dr. Fanwell Kenala Bokosi (Afrodad, Zimbabwe), Managing Director of the Civil Rights organization The African Forum and Network on Debt and Development (AFRODAD)
Sònia Farré Fidalgo (Barcelona en comú, citizen platform Barcelona In Common) Teacher, activist and as of 2016 Member of Parliament in the Spanish Parliament for En comú podem
Gudrun Schoppe an update on the campaign “1000 Gestalten” (artists’ protest against G20)
Miko Hucko, an update on the campaign ‘Cornern‘ (Alles Allen)
Niels Boeing, Network Recht auf Stadt Hamburg / arrivati Park an update on the current status of the campaign ‘Free and Solidarity City Hamburg – the first Urban Citizenship Card in Germany’
Elke Steven, Komittee für Grundrechte und Demokratie (Committee for Basic Rights and Democracy) on how the Hamburg authorities have handled freedom of assembly thus far
Host: Siri Keil / FC⚡MC
Save the date: From Wednesday to Sunday (5- 9 July) the FC⚡MC will hold daily Press Conferences each morning starting at 9:30 am. We will inform you about topics and speakers the evening before each conference, at the latest.
The FC⚡MC is a self-managed and organized team of professionals, sponsored by donations, who offer a platform for independent media coverage during the G20 Summit. The media work by FC⚡MC complies with the Press Code of the German Press Council.
Link with Livestream: https://www.fcmc.tv
How to get to the FCMC (Map): http://umap.openstreetmap.fr/de/map/f… (approx. 600 metres as the crow flies from conference venue of the G20 Summit)