We will do our best to secure optimal provision and care for everyone who gets injured during the time of the summit. However, we also have personal and professional boundaries which we respect, and there may be situations in which we will call for support. The affect will always be our main focus. We will meet them at eye-level and will try jointly to come up with a solution. This means that we will pay attention to both the physical and psychological condition. We support by dialogue and protect from external, uncomfortable influences, and attend to the affect if possible as long as it takes for them to feel safe again. We understand our role as a part of the anti-repression-structure, with which we will collaborate closely. Therefore, the securing the anonymity of all affected are of paramount importance to us. We will not publish any numbers on injured persons or any information that could enable inference to individual persons. This holds both in regards to social media and to handling with press. And of course, we will not make any statements towards police or the justice system.
We are looking forward to you! Prop-up and cool G20!