On Monday, June 10th, 100 people gathered in front of the Turkish embassy in Copenhagen to show their support for the mass movement in Turkey and protest against brutal repression from the Turkish government. In the demonstration we saw the same phenomena as we see in the Turkish mass movement, that it cuts across all kinds of divisions. There were Turks and Kurds, Iraqis and Iranians, Danes and other nationalities.

On Saturday 8th of June, a rally was organised in Trafalgar Square by the Turkish community of London in solidarity with the revolutionary process that is currently taking place in Turkey. This was part of a series of smaller rallies that were called every day this past week. Comrades from Socialist Appeal have participated throughout the week.

As in many other Austrian cities (Vienna, Bregenz, Graz, Innsbruck, Salzburg) there was also a demonstration in Linz in solidarity with the mass movement against the Turkish goverment of Erdogan and against the heavy handed crackdown of the police. Over 1,000 people attended this very boisterous and militant demo through Austria's third biggest town on Saturday, June 8. It was organised by different Turkish, Kurdish and Alevi left-wing organisations and cultural groups.