We want to enable as many people as possible to participate in our protests. Therefore, we try to break down barriers and meet the requirements for participation as much as possible. If something should be considered to make you feel comfortable in the action, or you need support during the action, please feel free to contact aktion@sand-im-getriebe.mobi (PGP-Key), or bring it up on site in the action plenary or contact the Action Point.

Wheelchair accessible

Travel to and participation in the action is accessible for people in wheelchairs. Any vehicles that may be required are equipped accordingly. In addition, the action does include running and does only include a maximum of 2 km of distance. The route can also be adapted to the needs. 

Language barriers

All information is accessible in German and English. Within the action, all communication and plenaries will also be held in English. Need for other languages can be clarified spontaneously on site. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee translation bsides English.

Further notes

During the action there may be smoke, hectic situations and noise. On the part of the police it can come to the use of batons, pepper spray and other means of restraint. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee a calm area.

All further information on the removal of barriers in action will be continuously updated on this page. If you have any further questions, feel free to contact us at the email above.

Hygiene concept

In our action, many people will be together in a small space. To avoid the spread of diseases, please adhere to the following hygiene concept.

Covid tests

It can be difficult to find Covid-19 tests at the moment. However, we strongly recommend that you get tested, preferably before you arrive at the Mobility Decamp. Although not everyone is expected to be tested at the Mobility Decamp, the spread of Covid can still be slowed if enough people test themselves.

Tests can currently often still be found in pharmacies and sometimes in drugstores. Feel free to bring surplus tests to the camp.


Since many people will be together in a confined space for an extended period of time, we ask that you bring an FFP2 mask to the action.

Symptoms of disease

If you feel unwell, please do not come to the action. This applies especially, but not exclusively, to diarrhea, severe sore throat, cough and cold.