Anyone who wants to can come to the System Change Camp and the Action Days this year. We are not planning to limit the number of participants.
Please read the hygiene concept beforehand and stick to it.
We will camp near the Volkspark Altona north of the Altona cemetery on Elly-See-Straße.
Elly-See-Straße, 22547 Hamburg
Coordinates: 53.5884, 9.87927
Take public transport to the bus stop “Rugenbarg (Nord)”. There are two stops and you can get there either with bus lines 2, 3, 284 and 604 or with the 22, 284 or 392.
If you come by car, there are individual parking spaces, but as these are scarce, please make sure you arrive by public transport.
The camp construction starts on Friday, 5.8. – you will find us on the site from 10 am!
Information for BIPOC
There will be a shuttle for BIPoC* again this year. It will be available from Wednesday noon until Sunday. If you would like to be picked up from the surrounding area, please call: +49 1520 6706605
Information for people that are having trouble walking
There are different shuttles for people with wheelchairs for people who don’t want to/can’t walk that far.
For shuttles with wheelchairs, please contact us the day before by phone or signal at +49 1521 0384804 or by mail at email@example.com. Of course, you can also register at shorter notice, but this could mean that there will be waiting times.
For shuttles without wheelchairs, you can call half an hour in advance from Tuesday to Monday from 9:30 – 22:00 on the following number: Soon Available. If you would like a shuttle outside of these times, please call or signal +49 1521 0384804 or email firstname.lastname@example.org one day in advance.
You want to organize (with others) a joint journey from a corner of Europe, whether with a rented bus or the 9€ ticket, then please write the start time and place, as well as arrival time to email@example.com so that the journey together appears on this website for everyone to see. We can also send you tips and tricks for renting buses or for traveling together on the train, just send us an email 😉
Foto: Leonhard Lenz