Movements

The Report and Overview of Refugee’s Internal Meeting in Lutherstadt Wittenberg

By Karawane Wittenberg

The general emphasis of refugee’s internal meeting on 16.09.2016 focuses on how the responsible authority in charge of refugee’s affairs treats them in the local government of Lutherstadt Wittenberg.

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From:: Karawan

Amsterdam

WIJ ZIJN HIER KRAAKT 2 PANDEN

By roeben

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Ontruimde vluchtelingen vinden nieuw onderdak

Vandaag, zondag 18 september, hebben wij, van We Are Here, twee gebouwen gekraakt aan de Burgemeester Roelstraat 70 (voor de vrouwen) en de Rijswijkstraat 2 (voor de mannen). We hebben deze panden gekraakt omdat de Vluchtgemeente, waar veel van ons verblijven, maandag ontruimd zal worden en wij nergens heen kunnen.

Terwijl de gemeente Amsterdam bekend is met onze problemen, worden wij nog steeds niet behandeld als inwoners van de stad. We worden nu al voor de twintigste keer op straat gezet. We hebben geen toegang tot huisvesting, onderwijs, werk en reguliere zorg. Wij zijn vluchtelingen, wij zijn hier en we willen een normaal leven.

Sinds we We Are Here begonnen zijn 4 jaar geleden, met de constante support van individuen en organisaties, al rond 70 vluchtelingen de status gekregen waar ze recht op hadden. Deze strijd zetten wij nu voort.

We zijn gevlucht en hadden geen andere keus dan hierheen te komen. Het is ons recht hier te zijn onder de Geneefse Conventies en de overheid moet onze rechten respecteren. Wij eisen veiligheid, waardigheid en een status voor ons allemaal.

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From:: Amsterdam

Movements

Lutherstadt Wittenberg: Flüchtlingstreffen in Lutherstadt Wittenberg am 16.09.2016

By Karawane Wittenberg

Wir Flüchtlinge aus Lutherstadt Wittenberg werden unsere interne Sitzung halten, um folgendes zu erörtern:

Wie die Ausländerbehörde und der Fachdienst Rechts Wittenberg das Deutsches Recht missbraucht, um uns unsere Rechte zu verweigern.

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From:: Karawan

Movements

25 Jahre nach dem Pogrom in Hoyerswerda: Rassistische Menschenjagd in Bautzen

By azadi

Pressemitteilung der Antirassistischen Initiative zum Download – 17.09.2016 – Berlin
25 Jahre nach dem Pogrom in Hoyerswerda und 35 Kilometer von Hoyerswerda entfernt:
Rassistische Menschenjagd in Bautzen – Lokalpresse, Polizei und Stadt Bautzen machen aus Opfern Täter

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From:: Karawan

Movements

Lutherstadt Wittenberg: Refugees Internal Meeting on the 16.09.2016 in Lutherstadt Wittenberg

By Karawane Wittenberg

We refugees from Lutherstadt Wittenberg are going to hold our internal meeting to discuss the following:

How the Foreign Office and the specialized Service of Law in Lutherstadt Wittenberg abuse the German Foreign Laws in an attempt to deny us our legal rights.

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From:: Karawan

Movements

Lutherstadt Wittenberg: Réunion interne des réfugiés le 16.09.2016 à Lutherstadt Wittenberg

By Karawane Wittenberg

Nous, les réfugiés de Wittenberg allons tenir notre réunion interne, pour discuter de ce qui suit:

comment l’Office d’étrangère et le Service spécialisé de droit à Lutherstadt Wittenberg abusent des lois d’étrangères allemandes, en vue de nous priver de nos droits légaux.

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From:: Karawan

Calais

Le Home Office (ministère de l’intérieur britannique) annonce tranquillement la privatisation à hauteur de £80 million de la sécurité des frontières à Calais

By consensusdecisionmaking Pendant que les plans du Royaume-Uni pour le ” Super Mur de Calais font la une, une plus importante affaire de sécurité à Calais s’est traitée silencieusement et sans être remarquée : la privatisation à hauteur de £80 million d’une bonne partie de la sécurité des frontières dans le Nord de la France. Sans tambour ni […] …read more

From:: calaismigrantsolidarity

Berlin

Call Out to get LOUD, to change the social relations! | Refugee Struggle for Freedom _ munchen, 7th day at Sendlinger Tor

By freedomnotfrontex

Munich, 13th of September 2016

7th day at Sendlinger Tor


Asylum laws, Integration Law, racist activities and Co.

What is our reality and why we are at the Sendlinger Tor?

We are here to gain the right to stay, to be in the public eye, to talk with politicians, to get allies, so that we can act as a large mass, so as to change the laws on asylum.
In the past, we could change the legal situation with protests. So the protest marches from Würzburg to Berlin and from Würzburg and Bayreuth to Munich helped to loosen the laws concerning residence obligation (Residenzpflicht). But in the recent past, the asylum laws were tightened notably. Several asylum packages and the Integration Law complicated our lives again. The Integration Law of 6th August 2016 dictates to us, for example, according to the regular force to stay in camps, where we have to live. Despite temporary residence (Aufenthaltsgenehmigung) those paragraphs can determine, where we have to live.
The thightening of asylum law means, for example, that medical reasons are no longer recognized as obstacle of deportation. So deportations are possible even with life-threatening diseases, in case that the disease is not “significantly” impaired by this.

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From:: Berlin

Berlin

Invitation: MRIYR – Carnival and Conference 2017

By palme43

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Please Spread the invitation!

Dear Friends,

MRIYR would like to invite our all supporters on 14th September to
plan our actions for the next year. We’ll meet at 7pm at Schaubühne
Cafeteria and then we’ll go to the meeting room. If you come late ask at
the Cafeteria. (*Schaubühne am Lehniner Platz. Kurfürstendamm 153, 10709
Berlin)

In 2017 we want to organize a demonstration/Carnival & The International
Refugees and Migrants Conference (Which took place last february in
Hamburg). Both with the agenda to improve the living situation of
refugees and migrants.

On Wednesday 14th September we want to plan
1) the strategy to get our demands and
2) to plan/structure our actions for 2017

Living situation in Refugee Camps is getting worse. Private service
provider companies don’t care about anything and they deal the people in
many discriminative ways. In many of the Heims refugees don’t receive
money for the food because Heim service provides them food and companies
get paid for it. Many refugees suffer this situation and they are unable
to cook / eat what they want. Why people have to live in the Heims in
such a poor situation?
Why Refugee Camps don’t allow the media inside ? Which restrictions they
impose on Refugee who live in the Camps? Why they don’t give the
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From:: Berlin

Marocco

AUGUST 2016: A non-exhaustive summary of passages, deaths or disappeared and of border repression between Morocco and Spain

By beatingborders Despite the reinforcement of the militarisation of the borders between Morocco and Spain a lot of people manage to sneak through. After information from mainly mainstream media 876 migrants passed the borders, 16 were declared missing and some boats got intercepted by the moroccan Marine. Associations in northern Morocco claim the constant and intense raids […] …read more

From:: Marocco

Marocco

AOUT 2016 : Résumé non exhaustif des passages, morts ou disparus et de la répression à la frontière Maroc/Europe: Mais que fait la police?

By beatingborders Malgré un renforcement de la militarisation des frontières beaucoup de migrant(e)s réussissent à passer par les mailles du filet tendues par l’Europe et le Maroc pour les empêcher de passer les frontières. D’après les chiffres récoltés principalement dans les mainstream media 876 migrant(e)s auraient franchis les frontières, 16 auraient été déclarés disparu(e)s et quelques pateras […] …read more

From:: Marocco

Berlin

Refugees occupy Sendlinger Tor Platz – Munich

By refugee movement journey to greece

10-9-weareone

Since Wednesday refugees have been occupying the Sendlinger Tor Platz in Munich and protest for the right to stay/ Bleiberecht.
This is their statement from yesterday:

“We Are One

During the day we counted 98 refugees! That means that 98 people without permission to stay (Bleiberecht) decided to be here despite racist insults and step into the public to fight for their rights. Let it be in the talks and discussion on the information desk or in the symbolic occupation itself. We as a group of refugees are the melting pot of oppressions. We are facing different forms of structural violence: We are refugees and therefore without basic human rights. We are women and therefore experience sexism. We are people who experience racism. We are humans who experience other forms of discrimination. Let it be because of our languages, because of disabilities, because of how we look or other factors. Together we declare the common fight against our individual problems. We are not victims. We are carrying anger and patience in us. The anger results from the different forms of oppression and violence. The patience results out of the knowledge, that we must fight for a long time to reach our goal.

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From:: Berlin

Melilla

Ceuta: 10-09-2016 Deportaciones ilegales, secuestro, Malos tratos, trato degradante y acción militar marroquí en territorio español.

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From:: Melilla

Calais

Home Office quietly advertises £80 million privatisation of Calais border security

By consensusdecisionmaking While the UK’s plans for the “Great Wall of Calais” hit headlines, an even bigger Calais security deal has gone quietly unnoticed: an £80 million privatisation of much of the border security in Northern France. Without any fanfare from the Home Office, an advertisement appeared on the European public tender website “TED” on 9 July.1 […] …read more

From:: calaismigrantsolidarity

Berlin

Veranstaltung über den Fall Oury Jalloh am Freitag den 9.9.und am 11.09. in Berlin +++ event about the case Oury Jalloh on friday 9th of sept. and sunday 11th of sept. in Berlin

By freedomnotfrontex

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in english further below

Oury Jalloh – Das war Mord – Burnt in a police cell in Dessau, Germany

Oury Jalloh starb im Januar 2005 in einer Polizeizelle in Dessau, er verbrannte. Die Polizei behauptet, er hätte sich selbst angezündet, an Händen und Füßen gefesselt auf einer feuerfesten Matratze. Die Initiative in Gedenken an Oury Jalloh sagt von Anfang an: “Das war Mord!” Sie konnte nachweisen, dass sich das Feuerzeug vor dem Brand nicht in der Zelle befand, der Feueralarm von den diensthabenden Beamt_innen mehrmals ausgeschaltet wurde und dass der Brand ohne Brandbeschleuniger völlig anders verlaufen wäre. Trotzdem sind die Verantwortlichen bis heute nicht bestraft worden und die Staatsanwaltschaft hält an der Unfall-These fest.

Am Freitag, den 9.9. um 20 Uhr, zeigt die Initiative in Gedenken an Oury Jalloh zusammen mit dem Wearebornfree! Empowerment Radio (We!R) (Einlass 19:30) im “West Germany» (Skalitzer Straße 133, 10999 Berlin) einen Dokumentarfilm über den Fall Oury Jalloh, stellt die eigene Arbeit vor und freut sich danach auf Fragen.

Und am Sonntag, den 11.9., von 18 – 21 Uhr gibt es einen gemeinsamen Broadcast in der Waldemarstr. 46, im Rahmen von KottiFm (http://kotti.fm/) Im Radio auf 90.1 MHz, ab 19 Uhr auch auf 88.4 …read more

From:: Berlin

Berlin

Discussion with Mr. X on his film ”Memoire of an Invisible Man” (We!R #?)

By freedomnotfrontex

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Mr. X and a fellow activist in discussion with We!R Radio about the film “Memoire of an Invisible Man”. The film tells the story of Mr. X, but his identity, and his face, are never revealed in it. Mr. X is a West-African asylum seeker living in Berlin without a work permit. As his exposure might put him in danger, he is the one holding the camera instead of appearing in front of it. Mr. X shoots the landscapes and people of Berlin to tell stories about the refugee camp in Italy, about his grandmother in West Africa, about his acquaintance with African drug dealers from Görlitzer Park, and about the relationship between him, his legal status and his camera.

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From:: Berlin

Berlin

Welcome Culture on Tempelhofer Feld (We!R #15)

By freedomnotfrontex

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3rd of September we went to Schön dass ihr da seid! – Welcome Festival on Tempelhofer Feld and met a lot of people that night, listen to them – talking, dancing, singing!

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From:: Berlin

Movements

Sei realistisch, versuch das Unmögliche! Über das Treffen der politischen Gemeinschaft der Flüchlinge und Migrant_innen in HH

By thevoicejena

Sei realistisch, versuch das Unmögliche! Über das Treffen der politischen Gemeinschaft der Flüchlinge und Migrant_innen in Hamburg

foto: Activists from Bremen, Berlin and Kiel
http://thevoiceforum.org/node/4229

Erste Mitteilung eines Flüchtlingsaktivisten aus Bremen über das Treffen der politischen Gemeinschaft der Flüchtlinge und Migrant_innen in Hamburg, 18. August 2016

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From:: Karawan

Berlin

Beyond protest within the gathering “WITH! Festive workshop series for a co-creative society”, kitev Oberhausen, 7th until 9th of September 2016

By freedomnotfrontex

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Interkultur Ruhr & Refugee Strike Bochum. Please click here

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From:: Berlin

Amsterdam

WE ARE HERE 4 FREEDOM FESTIVAL

By roeben

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[english below]

Zondag 4 September
Van 14 tot 22.00 uur.
Vluchtgemeente
Pieter Calandlaan 1
Bij Station Lelylaan

Een uitnodiging van de vluchtelingen van Wij Zijn Hier aan alle betrokken of geïnteresseerde mensen om de vierde verjaardag van Wij Zijn Hier mee te komen vieren! Ontmoet de vluchtelingen en hun verhalen, bekijk de geschiedenis van vier jaar Wij Zijn Hier via een fototentoonstelling of film, luister naar de speeches van de huidige en voormalige actieve vluchtelingen of kom gezellig dansen en eten.

Een speciale uitnodiging aan alle (voormalige) supporters vanaf 2012 tot nu: De vluchtelingen willen jullie bedanken voor jullie inzet voor de groep en voor jullie hulp bij het zichtbaar maken van het asielgat.

14 uur Deur open

Syrische salade bar en niet-alcoholische drankjes.

Meet and greet the refugees.

Entree FREE, donations welcome.

PROGRAMMA

Manette Ingenegeren – Foto expositie
Vier jaar meebewegen met We Are Here.

Djamal – Film Programma met o.a.

Alexandra Jansse is in september 2013 op eigen initiatief begonnen de groep WIJ ZIJN HIER te filmen. De aanleiding was toen net zo duidelijk als nu: Er is een vergeten groep in het asielbeleid; asielzoekers die niet in Nederland mogen blijven, maar ook niet terug kunnen. Dit heeft geresulteerd in de gelijknamige documentaire WIJ ZIJN HIER!

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From:: Amsterdam

Berlin

Tag der Erinnerung und Mahnung – Aktionstag gegen Rassismus, Neonazismuss und Krieg

By freedomnotfrontex

Tag der Erinnerung und Mahnung

Tag der Erinnerung und Mahnung 2016 Flyer

Tag der Erinnerung und Mahnung 2016 Plakat

Bleiberecht für Roma in Deutschland

Petition teilen

AUFTAKT Alle Bleiben – Bleiberecht für Roma
12.00 Uhr |
Auftaktkundgebung – vor dem Mahnmal für die ermordeten Sinti und Roma
Europas. Es sprechen u.A. Petra Rosenburg (Landesverband Deutscher Sinti und
Roma Berlin-Brandenburg e.V
Musik: Rolling Hopp
(Roma-HipHop,
Essen

FAHRRAD-KORSO Aufstehen gegen Rassismus
13.00 Uhr |
Antifaschistischer Fahrrad-Korso Keine Rassisten und Nazis in die Parlamente – Roma bleiben!
Start:
Mahnmal für die ermordeten Sinti und Roma Europas
Ziel: Kulturzentrum Wasserturm

ORT
Mahnmal für die ermordeten Sinti und Roma Europas
Simsonsweg, 10557 Berlin
(5 Minuten vom U-Bhf. Brandenburger Tor

TAG DER ERINNERUNG, MAHNUNG UND BEGEGNUNG
ab 14.30 Uhr |
Tag der Erinnerung, Mahnung und Begegnung im Kulturzentrum Wasserturm (Kreuzberg)
Antifa-Cafe, Kaffee, Kuchen, Bier und Suppe, Infostände, Austellungen, Filme, Vorträge

ORT
Kulturzentrum Wasserturm
Kopischstraße 7 (Ecke Fidicin-
straße), 10965 Berlin (5 Minuten
vom U-Bhf. Platz der Luftbrücke

KONZERT
18.00 Uhr |
Konzert mit Sistanagila
– eine iranisch-israelische Affäre
Eintritt frei

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From:: Berlin

Berlin

Call out for big Non-Citizen meeting 6.-7. September 2016 in Munich

By admin

Non-Citizens, Refugees and Supporters

are invited to join us and become part of the movement!

The issue of refugee´s struggle was perhaps always injustice; We left out home countries because of having inhuman laws, injustice kingdom systems have broken the system for a common person life. Life is cheaper than anything, politics is business, religion is being used to make conflicts between people, cities or even countries in all around the world. Never the less we have so called “DEMOCRACY” but in reality it´s worse then dictatorship. Sometimes a person flees alone, sometimes with families, with companion. Sometimes because of political issues, because of religion or just for freedom. Because of these conflicts some die in their homelands. Some die on their way to secure countries. Some they never could achieve their destinations and when someone could finally arrive in advanced country than discrimination, restrictions and the lack of having basic human rights force them to suicide.

Never the less a process of injustice is failed to provide justice. So refugees have no access to justice and basic human rights. Even the asylumlaws differ according to the federal district, the city or the village they have to live and according to the …read more

From:: Berlin

Berlin

Soli Party for Printing Costs for Stop Deportation Comic, 08.09.16

By freedomnotfrontex

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From:: Berlin

Amsterdam

WE ARE HERE WANTS A DIALOGUE FOR A SOLUTION, NOT ANOTHER EVICTION

By roeben

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The truth for We Are Here is that we don’t need the building. We need a permanent place to start a normal life. Therefore we go to the Court with a proposal to sit around the table with all parties concerned to find a way out.

Some background Information:

The group has a court hearing on the 7 of September, which is about evicting from our Residence place (Pieter Calandlaan 1) which is the municipality’s building. The municipality has decided to rent the building to the emigration bureau (IND).

The refugees group We Are Here – is still moving from building to building and struggling for their asylum rights in the Netherlands.
This results in sending the refugees to the streets again, where it is dangerous and we praying for a good luck.

1. In case there is a positive court decision is small step toward finding a more definite solutions for our group.

2. If it is not positive, the lives of these 148 refugees are at risk on the streets, about half of them have been traumatized because of the situation- depressions and war trauma ( PTSD).

3. The refugees group has lost 3 members. The last one, Hashem J. (32years), has died last …read more

From:: Amsterdam

Amsterdam

‘WE ARE HERE’ WIL DE DIALOOG AANGAAN VOOR EEN OPLOSSING, NIET DE ZOVEELSTE ONTRUIMING

By roeben

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7 september om 15:00uur, kort geding op de Parnassusweg 220. De vluchtelingengroep We Are Here heeft geen gebouw nodig. Ze hebben een plaats nodig om permanent te verblijven en een normaal leven op te bouwen. Daarom gaat de groep naar de rechtbank met het voorstel om met de betrokken partijen rond de tafel te gaan zitten.

Enige achtergrond informatie: De hoorzitting op 7 september 2016 gaat over de ontruiming van de verblijfplaats van de vluchtelingengroep aan de Pieter Calandlaan 1, het oude stadsdeelkantoor, een gemeentegebouw. De gemeente heeft besloten dit tijdelijke onderkomen te verhuren aan de IND.
Als de gemeente haar ontruiming doordrukt zal de vluchtelingengroep opnieuw op straat terecht komen. De vluchtelingen verplaatsen zich nog steeds van gebouw naar gebouw, terwijl ze ook moeten reizen en andere zaken regelen om aan de eisen van IND te voldoen en zo hun verblijfsvergunning te verwezenlijken.

De straat is gevaarlijk en we hopen ditmaal op meer geluk.

1. Een positieve uitspraak betekent voor de vluchtelingengroep ‘We Are Here’ een kleine stap in de richting van een meer definitieve oplossing voor de groep.

2. Een negatieve uitspraak brengt het leven van deze 148 vluchtelingen op straat in gevaar. De meeste van deze mensen zijn getraumatiseerd door de huidige …read more

From:: Amsterdam

Berlin

Voices from Idomeni (Movie)

By admin

We put together our talks with people who were stucked behind the border in Idomeni. In the summer 2016 there were more than 10000 people stucked behind the border as the Greek government closed the border under the pressure of Germany. People occupied the rail way protesting for opening of borders. They have got attacked several times by Greek and Maccedonian armies.

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From:: Berlin

Berlin

Spendenaufruf Non-Citizens Treffen München // Call for Donations Non-Citizens Meeting Munich

By freedomnotfrontex

add for non citizens meeting in Munich 06 and 07 September 2016

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Halloliebe Freund*innen, sehr geehrte Damen und Herren,
wir, Refugee Struggle forFreedom, sind eine selbst organisierter Gruppe, die aus Non-Citizens aus verschiedenen Ländern besteht. Die verschiedenen Situationen in unserenHeimatländern waren Gründen unsere Heimat zu verlassen und Geflüchtete zuwerden.

Doch hier in Deutschlandhören unsere Probleme leider nicht auf, sondern neue kommen dazu. Wir haben inder Vergangenheit viele Treffen und Proteste organisiert und nun wollen wireinmal mehr einen großen Non-Citizens-Protest organisieren. Die genauen Pläne dazu, sollen ineinem Treffen von Non-Citizens am 6. und 7. September 2016 in München entschiedenwerden. Gerade besuchen wir mit unseren Ressourcen und Möglichkeiten Lager, um möglichst viele Non-Citizens zu erreichen undzu unserem Treffen einzuladen.

Protestekosten eine Menge Geld und wir haben keine
Möglichkeit ohne finanzielleUnterstützung unsere Stimmen gegen Abschiebungen, Repressionen undunmenschliche Gesetze auf die Straße zu bringen. Daher bitten wir euch alle umUnterstützung, damit wir unsere Ideen umsetzen und ein friedliches Lebenbeginnen können.

ImAnhang finden sie einen Spendenaufruf mit der Bitte um Unterstützung und Weiterleitung. Bitte unterstützt unserenProtest. Denn wir sind alle gleich. Wir sind alle Menschen. Und wir allesollten in Freiheit leben und Bewegungsfreiheit sowie Demonstrationsfreiheithaben.

Liebe Grüße in Solidarität
Refugee Struggle forFreedom

Bankverbindung:
GLSGemeinschaftsbank
RefugeeStruggle for Freedom
BIC:GENODEM1GLS
IBAN:DE 97 4306 0967 8229 1322 00

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Dear friends, dear ladies and gentlemen,

we Refugee Struggle for Freedom are a …read more

From:: Berlin

Berlin

Statement: Deportation is a crime. Italy and EU, stop deportations of Sudanese refugees now!

By palme43

demo sudan

Last Thursday, 25 August 2016, Italy has started sending migrants back to Sudan on special chartered flights, with 48 suadenes refugees already deported.
Sudanese and Italian authorities are working together to tackle the so-called migrant crisis. This deportation is clearly part of the cooperation between the Sudanese dictatorship regime and the EU, which was started a long time ago with “Khartoum process” http://www.aedh.eu/The-Khartoum-Process-a-new-step-in.html
And at the same time the whole world knows that President Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir is wanted for war crimes and crimes against humanity be the International Criminal Court (ICC) and is abusing human rights on all levels. Amnesty International says about the human rights situation in Sudan 2015/16: “The authorities repressed the media, civil society organisations and opposition political parties, severely curtailing freedoms of expression, association and assembly. Armed conflict in Darfur, South Kordofan and Blue Nile states continued to cause mass displacement and civilian casualties; human rights abuses were perpetrated by all parties to these conflicts. Government forces destroyed civilian buildings, including schools, hospitals and clinics in conflict areas, and obstructed humanitarian access to civilians needing support because of the ongoing hostilities.” (https://www.amnesty.org/en/countries/africa/sudan/report-sudan/) And after all that, we see that Italy and the EU are working …read more

From:: Berlin

Calais

De l’huile sur le feu

By consensusdecisionmaking Comment (presque) provoquer une émeute, ou la police française dans la Jungle Mardi dernier la police de Calais a créé un dangereux mouvement en mettant de l’huile sur le feu pour faire s’embraser les violences dans un moment déjà très tendu sur la Jungle. Si les violences éclatent, l’Etat aurant du sang sur les […] …read more

From:: calaismigrantsolidarity

Berlin

Radio piece – Here is the story of great 150 people who passed 5 european borders – March For Freedom

By admin

Two years ago more than 150 people made a political march to pass european borders, asking for change in EU Asylum policies. They write:

We decided to organize a European caravan which will go from the largest number
of European countries towards Brussels (Belgium), where the European institutions
are settled. Showing that we don’t respect the borders they impose us, holding us
prisonners of the states borders and in the lagers, we will exercise our basic right of
freedom of movement and adress our demands directly where the decisions come
from.
We have a dream :
– Freedom of movement and of residence for all asylum seekers,
– Stop the Dublin trap and the obligatory residence in Lagers throughout Europe
– Permanent documents without criteria (not depending on working contracts
or individual state prosecution)
– Stop the imprisonment and deportation of migrants
– Same working conditions for all
– Same political, social and cultural rights for all: right to study and to work
– Stop the European imperialist policies: no more free trade treaties and NATO wars
– Abolish Frontex, Eurosur and other anti-migration policies and measures
Here is a one hour radio program from that days, talking to the …read more

From:: Berlin