Routes to the camp (in German)
Camp team contact
Info phone: +49 1522 468 26 29 (from Thursday, June 23rd, 10 am)
Information on the Legal Team for preparation for and help with eventual police repression (German)
If you are coming in a larger group, it would be great if you let us know in advance so that we have an overview of how many people will be coming. This will help us to provide enough toilets, tent space, food, etc. You can use the e-mail address of the camp team: email@example.com
We can’t offer you parking spaces – and Garmisch is a relatively small place that will also be clogged with cops and rescue workers on these days. Private cars can still be very useful for the actions, but be prepared to have parking difficulties and possibly leave them far outside!
Setup and dismantling
We are a self-organised camp and this also means that we all have to work together to set up and dismantle the camp. Set-up will start on Friday morning 24.06.2022. Dismantling will start on Wednesday 29.06.2022. Please consider helping with set-up and dismantling. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Camp contribution and donations
The camp is supported by donations and camp fees. Camp contributions are accepted at the info tent. The idea is that everyone contributes according to their financial situation. The contribution should be between 5 and 20 euros per day. One thing is certain: participation should not fail because of money.
Donations for the camp can also be transferred to the following account:
Netzwerk Selbsthilfe München e.V.
Bank für Sozialwirtschaft
IBAN: DE06 7002 0500 0008 8824 02
BIC: BFSW DE33 XXX
Please only camp within the marked areas, the paths must remain clear for fire protection reasons. Please make sure that the tents are set up in a space-saving way so that there is still enough room for those arriving later. If you have any questions or special requests, please contact the camp organisation: email@example.com
The info tent is your first port of call: Here you will find information about the camp, the grounds, the programme and also the cash desk for the camp fee. Here you will find lists where everyone can sign up to help and shape the camp.
Checklist – what you also need in any case
- Tent or sleeping place in a tent
- Sleeping bag, sleeping mat and tarpaulin to put underneath (for sleeping in the big tent)
- Solid footwear / hiking boots (Garmisch is in the mountains)
- Small first aid kit and 1 bottle of still water 500ml (recommendation of the demo paramedics)
- Biodegradable soap for body care
- Rubbish bag/bags, torch
- Identity card/ health insurance card
- Sun protection and rainwear
- Personal medication, mosquito repellent
- Washing things and toilet paper
- Change of clothes
- Small snacks to go
- Spare batteries/ external batteries for mobile phones as we cannot guarantee a continuous power supply.
Safety and hygiene
Not all people share our beliefs, goals and utopias. For this reason, we have to be prepared for disturbances at the camp. There may also be contact with police officers in the public areas. The press, official representatives and the police have to register at the info tent. There will be a security team and a security concept. The team will be available around the clock. In order for the security concept to work at all, we absolutely need your cooperation, e.g. in night watches. You can find out when, where and how at the information tent.
In the event of weather events such as storms, heavy rain, thunderstorms, flooding, etc., we ask you to remain calm. In urgent cases, we will meet in a spontaneous plenum and discuss the next steps.
Due to official requirements dogs are not allowed at the camp.
We understand the G7 Camp as a place of mindful and respectful interaction and demand this from all camp participants.
There are contact persons you can turn to at any time if you are not feeling well, if you are affected by exclusionary, discriminatory, transgressive or violent behaviour or if you witness such behaviour in your environment. You can find them in the awareness tent during the day. The awareness tent is a retreat that is open to everyone.
We reserve the right to exclude discriminating and violent persons from the camp.
At the moment we don’t know what the general conditions will be in the summer with regard to COVID-19. We hope that the situation will be relaxed, but we will see. Therefore, we will publish recommendations or rules here shortly before the start of the camp in light of the general situation. So please check back here one or two weeks before the camp starts. In any case, it is important to us that all people can participate in the camp and do not feel excluded with regard to the protection of their own health. Therefore, we ask everyone to wear a mask in solidarity if not enough distance can be kept. COVID is now also transmitted outdoors and we do not want people to get sick.
Photos, film and press
A sensitive approach to video and photography is important to us for a trusting atmosphere at the camp. There are different reasons why people do not want to be filmed or photographed. In concrete terms, this means that whenever you pull out your video or photo camera, all people who will be recognisable in the pictures must be informed in advance and asked for permission. This also applies to the press. We ask you to kindly inform other people about the sensitive handling of pictures. If you feel that your (image) rights have been violated by members of the press, please contact the press tent. If you feel that your rights have been violated by other participants, please come to the awareness tent. We cannot foresee all eventualities, but we want to make sure that no one feels left alone with a discomfort and try to find a solution together (see Awareness).