Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/-Arctic-30--Global-Day-of-Solidarity-in-the-Hague-27MZIF34H8GI.htmlConceptually similar'Arctic 30' Global Day of Solidarity in the HagueGP04URACompleted★★★★‘Two Months of Injustice’ Global Day of Solidarity in the HagueGP0STO605Completed★★★★'Arctic 30' Global Day of Solidarity in the HagueGP04URJCompleted★★★★★★‘Two Months of Injustice’ Global Day of Solidarity in the HagueGP0STO60BCompleted★★★★'Arctic 30' Global Day of Solidarity in the HagueGP04URECompleted★★★★'Free the Arctic 30' Protest at Embassy in the NetherlandsGP04T5FCompleted★★★★'Free the Arctic 30' Protest at Embassy in the NetherlandsGP04T5GCompleted★★★★★★'Free the Arctic 30' Protest at Embassy in the NetherlandsGP04T5HCompleted★★★★'Free the Arctic 30' Protest at Embassy in the NetherlandsGP04T5ICompleted★★★★View AllGP0STO6IT'Arctic 30' Global Day of Solidarity in the HagueCEO Sylvia Borren of Greenpeace Netherlands (left) holding a poster of Faiza Oulahsen, one of the Arctic 30. Tens of thousands of people have taken part in an emergency global day of solidarity with the 'Arctic 30' in well over 80 cities in 50 countries throughout the world. 28 Greenpeace International activists, including a freelance videographer and photographer, were charged with piracy this week by a Russian court, following a peaceful protest against Arctic oil drilling at a Gazprom oil platform in the Pechora Sea.Locations:Europe-Netherlands-The HagueDate:5 Oct, 2013Credit:© Greenpeace / Tom LoweMaximum size:3264px X 4928pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Arctic 30 (campaign title)-Court cases-Day-Demonstrations-Embassies-Gazprom-Greenpeace staff-KWCI (GPI)-Law-Offshore drilling-Oil (Industry)-Oil drilling-Outdoors-Russian Government-Save the Arctic (campaign title)-Signs-Two people-WomenShoot:'Arctic 30' Global Day of Solidarity in the Hague About 500 people walk a solidarity march from the Russian Embassy to the Palace of Peace in the Hague. The Peace Palace houses the International Court of Justice.This action is part of the Global Day of Solidarity for the 'Arctic 30,' where tens of thousands of people participate in activities held in over 160 locations in 46 countries throughout the world. A Russian court charged twenty-eight Greenpeace International activists, as well as a freelance videographer and photographer, with piracy. The charges follow a peaceful protest against Arctic oil drilling at a Gazprom oil platform in the Pechora Sea.