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More Statements

By freedomnotfrontex You will now find more statements on this blog: spread-the-words.de Tu trouvers plus de Declarations sur ce blog: spread-the-words.de Du wirst mehr Statements auf diesem Blog finden: spread-the-words.de …read more

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More Statements

By freedomnotfrontex You will now find more statements on this blog: spread-the-words.de Tu trouvers plus de Declarations sur ce blog: spread-the-words.de Du wirst mehr Statements auf diesem Blog finden: spread-the-words.de …read more

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Some new Translations

By freedomnotfrontex For some of the statements there is now a german translation; Pour certains des messages, il y a maintenant une traduction allemande; Für einige der Statements gibt es jetzt eine deutsche Übersetzung; يونس: http://freedomnotfrontex.noblogs.org/post/2014/06/19/statement-%D9%8A%D9%88%D9%86%D8%B3/ Sthefa: http://freedomnotfrontex.noblogs.org/post/2014/06/20/statement-sthefa/ Claudine: http://freedomnotfrontex.noblogs.org/post/2014/06/24/statement-claudine/ Ghani Usman: … Continue reading …read more

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Statement: Abdirahim

By freedomnotfrontex “My name is Abdirahim, I’m from Somalia. I came in France 2008 and I seeked asylum. I was waiting for six months for the interview and then, when I got my interview, after one month I got negative. I took … Continue reading …read more

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Statement: Djehbril

By freedomnotfrontex Djehbril comes from Morocco. He was living in Italy for 14 years, had a wife and a daughter, 3 years old. His staying permitted Visa expired before 2 years and he was caught in Milan by the police, where he … Continue reading …read more

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Statement: Nagi Koko

By freedomnotfrontex „My message is I have two ideas about my message. One I’m suffering too much in my country because I fight long time for human rights. For my rights also, against the dictatorship regime in Sudan. Because when I grow … Continue reading …read more

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Statement: Mamoumia

By freedomnotfrontex “Mamoumia, from Niger. I reached Italy through Libya. My first home was in Treviso, I looked for a Job there for two years but I couldn’t find it so I decided to move to Belgium two months ago, but nothing … Continue reading …read more

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Statement: وسيم

By freedomnotfrontex أنا أسمي وسيم لاجئ منذ عام 1948 عندما هرب أجدادي من الحرب بين العرب واسرائيل في فلسطين متوجهين إلى سوريا الوطن البديل ، وفي عام 2012 كان اللجوء الثاني أنا وكل عائلتي باستثناء أخ واحد لأنه كان مجبر على الخدمة … Continue reading …read more

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Statement: Gerard

By freedomnotfrontex Gerard, 39 years, from Burundi in detention center Rotterdam (NL) since 1st December 2013. He lived in the U.S.A, in Canada and when Canada deported him back to Burundi, he asked for asylum in the Netherlands. Rejected. Now he is … Continue reading …read more

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Statement: Meiga (Berlin)

By freedomnotfrontex “This is start of changing for whole refugees in the world. I come from Libya, crossing Italy and live in Berlin now. In Berlin, people meet and start to change situation of refugees. To take power for change I need … Continue reading …read more

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Statement: El Mouthena

By freedomnotfrontex “El Mouthena First thing I want is freedom of movement and the papers for all and rights like citizen in Europe for all the people. No Frontex for Citizen. Why is Frontex existing only for the refugees and migrants? I … Continue reading …read more

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Statement: Donara, 16 ans

By freedomnotfrontex ” Je suis déjà trois ans et demi ici et je n’ai toujours pas de décision. Et je trouve qu’avez raison pour continuer votre force. Je me sens diffèrent avec les autres. Et surtout il faut nous accepter comme nous sommes. … Continue reading …read more

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occupation of sudan embassy, berlin

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Workshop 3 Part Refugees Protest Camp Hannover Weißekreuzplatz

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Workshop 2 Part Germany vs Refugees

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Workshop about political situation in Sudan

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Bike Action For Freedom

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MAKE SISTA MIMI’S LAST WISH COME TRUE

By freedomnotfrontex PLEASE CONTRIBUTE HERE before Dec 29! After 20 years of activism in Germany, Sista Mimi died on December 10, 2014. Until the very end, she kept on fighting for human rights, lastly in the Refugee School in Kreuzberg. As long … Continue reading …read more

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Some new Translations

By freedomnotfrontex For some of the statements there is now a german translation; Pour certains des messages, il y a maintenant une traduction allemande; Für einige der Statements gibt es jetzt eine deutsche Übersetzung; يونس: http://freedomnotfrontex.noblogs.org/post/2014/06/19/statement-%D9%8A%D9%88%D9%86%D8%B3/ Sthefa: http://freedomnotfrontex.noblogs.org/post/2014/06/20/statement-sthefa/ Claudine: http://freedomnotfrontex.noblogs.org/post/2014/06/24/statement-claudine/ Ghani Usman: … Continue reading …read more

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free Chad

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Free Chad Protest

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Voices of school – The refugee activists talk about the situation

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Voices of school – The refugee activists talk about the situation

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Voices of cuvrybrache after eviction

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solidarity against eviction occupied school ohlauerstr

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Statement: Abdirahim

By freedomnotfrontex “My name is Abdirahim, I’m from Somalia. I came in France 2008 and I seeked asylum. I was waiting for six months for the interview and then, when I got my interview, after one month I got negative. I took … …read more

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Statement: Djehbril

By freedomnotfrontex Djehbril comes from Morocco. He was living in Italy for 14 years, had a wife and a daughter, 3 years old. His staying permitted Visa expired before 2 years and he was caught in Milan by the police, where he … …read more

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Statement: Nagi Koko

By freedomnotfrontex „My message is I have two ideas about my message. One I’m suffering too much in my country because I fight long time for human rights. For my rights also, against the dictatorship regime in Sudan. Because when I grow … …read more

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Statement: Mamoumia

By freedomnotfrontex “Mamoumia, from Niger. I reached Italy through Libya. My first home was in Treviso, I looked for a Job there for two years but I couldn’t find it so I decided to move to Belgium two months ago, but nothing … …read more

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Statement: وسيم

By freedomnotfrontex أنا أسمي وسيم لاجئ منذ عام 1948 عندما هرب أجدادي من الحرب بين العرب واسرائيل في فلسطين متوجهين إلى سوريا الوطن البديل ، وفي عام 2012 كان اللجوء الثاني أنا وكل عائلتي باستثناء أخ واحد لأنه كان مجبر على الخدمة … …read more

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