Valentin Bianchi

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Human chain in Brussels
Location: Liege, Belgium
Nationality: Belgian
Biography: Valentin Bianchi is a Freelance Photojournalist based in Liege, Belgium. Not far from the borders with Germany, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and France. He started his career as a Freelance Photographer in 2009. His journalistic work focuses on... MORE
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Human chain in Brussels
Copyright Valentin Bianchi 2022
Date of Work Jan 2018 - Jan 2018
Updated Jan 2018
Topics Borders, Civil Rights, Documentary, Editorial, Fear, Freedom, Human Rights, Immigration, Migration, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Protests, Violence
Citizen action at the initiative of the "Citizen Refugee Support Platform" managed to channel more than 2,500 people in Brussels in less than 48 hours to create a human chain between the steps of the Gare du Nord and the Parc Maximilian. This action was intended to protest against frequent police raids near the Park and the Station. Indeed, a large-scale police operation was planned tonight. A whistleblower had warned the citizen platform to protect migrants in the area.
Those present wanted to show their opposition to the policy pursued by Secretary of State for Asylum and Migration Theo Francken and the Federal Government.
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