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Ways to Support the #CAAProtests from Afar

This is a continually-updated document providing context, resources, reading lists and suggestions for how to engage with, understand and support the #CAAProtests in India from afar. If you would like to add to the list, please get in touch here or here

Last updated 10 January 2020. Maintained by Hamsini Hariharan and Krish Raghav.

📚 Understand

The current wave of protests in India are in response to the 'Citizenship Amendment Act' (CAA, previously the Citizenship Amendment Bill) and the 'National Register of Citizens' (NRC). This comprehensive RESOURCE LIST is a good place to start.

The Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA)

The National Register of Citizens (NRC)

Police Brutality and Violence in Assam, Kashmir and the North East

Police Brutality and Violence Against Students at Jamia Millia and Aligarh Muslim University

Police Brutality and Violence Against Protestors in Uttar Pradesh, Mangalore, Delhi

Mob Attack on Jawaharlal Nehru University Campus, Delhi

On the evening of January 5, a large mob rampaged through the campus of Jawaharlal Nehru University, going hostel-to-hostel, brutally attacking teachers and students.

📣 Amplify

A non-exhaustive list of voices and institutions to help amplify word of the protests.

🙌 Support

Ways to contribute from afar - this section lists donation opportunites, global marches, and gestures of solidarity.

A series of global protests are being planned for Republic Day, January 26. Contact your local organizers, or organize your own march! Details will be added below as we know them.

2020 Protests

United States

- NEW YORK: 6 JANUARY: Protest outside the Indian Embassy, 3E 64 St, at 3pm - PHILLY: 6 JANUARY: Protest outside Van Pelt, uPenn at 2pm

United Kingdom


South Africa



2019 Protests and Solidarity Initiatives:


- Melbourne [Protest on December 22nd, between 13:00 at Fed Sq, Swanston& Flinders] - Sydney Protest on 22 December at 15:00 at Hyde Park, Elizabeth Street


  • EDMONTON: Protest on December 29th, 11:00 at Dr. Wilbert Mcintyre Park

  • Calgary Protest on December 23rd, at 12:00 at Calgary City Hall

  • Vancouver [Protest on December 19th, 11:30, University of British Columbia Fountain]

  • Toronto [Protest on December 20th, between 12:00- 14:00 at the Consulate General of India, 265 Bloor Street East, Toronto] via instagram

  • Montreal [Protest on December 20th, 15:00 at 853 Sherbrooke Street, Arts Building, McGill University]

  • Montreal [Protest on December 22nd, 13:00 at Norman Bethune Street]

  • Vancouver [Protest on December 22nd, at 14:00 at Robinson Square]



  • Bonn [Protest on 20 December at 14:00 at Marketplatz]
  • Heidelburg [Protest on 20 December at 16:00 at C.A.T.S Library Yard]
  • Erfurt [Protest March on 20 December at University of Erfurt Gate at 11:00]
  • Berlin -Protest March on 21 December at Brandenburg Tor at 11:00
  • Gottingen [Protest on 21 December at 14:30 at Nabel Prinzesenstrasse]
  • Munich [Protest on 21 December at 15:00 Geschwister Scholl Plaza]


  • Tokyo [Protest on December 22th, at 11:00 at University of Tokyo, Akamon, Hongo Campus]


  • The Hague [Protest on December 20th, at 11:00 at the Indian Embassy]
  • Amsterdam [Protest on December 21th, at 15:00 at Dam Square]
  • Groningen [Protest on December 21th, at 10:00 at the University Academy Building]
  • The Hague Protest in front of the ICJ on December 30, 11am

New Zealand


  • Glasgow [Protest on December 21th, at 11:00 at Buchannan Street, Royal Concert Hall]

United Kingdom

United States

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🤳🏼 Social Media

Some tips on spreading the word on social media:

  • Take a moment to update your digital security
  • Don't post unverified information.
  • Post trigger warnings before revealing images of blood and violence.
  • Think about your audience: Do your friends really want to read seven heavily-captioned posts, or do they prefer a single post summary?
  • Engage carefully with friends & family: Sometimes it's best to agree to disagree and move on for now.
  • Engage carefully (or not at all) with the trolls: Do you really need to win that argument on the internet with someone you don't know?

This resource is inspired by the Beyond Lennon Walls project. It is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

We welcome suggestions, contributors and translation volunteers - get in touch, or make a GitHub pull request to this project!

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