We would like to invite you to visit a police station on Saturday June 15th, where we will ask for our data from the Schengen Information System (SIS). After the arrests in Goteborg many were found not guilty. Despite this, it looks like many countries want to stop known demonstrators at the borders during summit meetings, based on lists. Would it be possible that you are in the SIS because you once joined a demonstration or a discussion during a summit-meeting? You have the right to check and correct wrong data they have stored about you. So, come to Kinkerstraat 63-I at 15:00. Or try to do the same in your own city/town/village (and let us know). If you want to check your SIS data, you have to bring your passport with you. Even if you don't want to check your SIS data, you are of course encouraged to join us. Simultaniouslly there will be similar actions in Sweden to point out the unjust treatment of demonstrators.