Was ist ein AnKER? / What is an AnKER?

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Was ist ein AnKER?

Mit dem Bild eines Ankers verbinden wir vielleicht ein Tattoo, das Stärke ausdrücken soll oder einfach einen Haltepunkt für ein Schiff im Meer. Nun bekommt Anker jedoch eine weitere Bedeutung: als Symbol für ein rassistisches Lagersystem und eine unmenschliche Asylpolitik. Wovon ist die Rede? Den sogenannten „AnKER-Einrichtungen“ (AnKER steht für “Ankunft, Entscheidung und Rückführung=Abschiebung”)– neuen Abschiebelagern, die die Große Koalition aus CDU, CSU und SPD in Deutschland umsetzen möchte.

Worum geht es?

AnKER-Lager sind die neueste Stufe der Zerlegung des Rechts auf Asyl in Deutschland. In diesen AnKER-Lagern werden Menschen, denen die Label Geflüchtete, Asylsuchende, Flüchtling aufgedrückt werden, in Zukunft für bis zu 18 Monate gefangen gehalten. In AnKER-Lagern sollen das BAMF (Bundesamt für Migration und Flüchtlinge), Jugendämter, Justiz, Ausländerbehörden und andere staatliche Institutionen vor Ort sein – ein totales System für eine totale Desintegration aus der Gesellschaft.

AnKER. Das steht für Einlagerung bei Ankunft bis zur Entscheidung über den Asylantrag sowie für Rückführung – ein beschönigendes Wort für Abschiebungen. Es steht für eine Unterscheidung zwischen Menschen „ohne Bleibeperspektive“, die diese Einrichtungen nicht verlassen werden und Menschen „mit Bleibeperspektive“ auf die nach der BAMF-Entscheidung das übliche Lagersystem aus sogenannten „Gemeinschaftsunterkünften“ – also Sammellagern – wartet.

Im Herbst ist die Eröffnung des ersten AnKER-Lagers geplant. Es knüpft an eine Tradition an, die von selbstorganisierten Gruppen, Aktivisten und Aktivistinnen, Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftlern seit Jahren kritisiert und bekämpft wird. Während die Unterbringungsbedingungen früher bzw. heute von einer Flucht nach Deutschland durch schlechte Lebensbedingungen, Freiheitsberaubung und Kontrolle durch Security-Dienste und Polizei abschrecken sollten bzw. sollen, so nimmt der Staat die Abschottung und Abschiebung nun vollends selbst in die Hand: Wenn die Pläne aus dem Koalitionspapier von SPD, CDU und CSU umgesetzt werden, wird in Zukunft fast niemensch mehr ein AnKER-Lager verlassen bis es zur Abschiebung – oder für Wenige – zur Aufnahme als Mitmensch zweiter Klasse kommt.

 

Wie funktioniert das?

Asyl basiert im Grundgesetz der Bundesrepublik Deutschlands sowie in der Genfer Flüchtlingskonvention auf einer Einzelfallprüfung: Es sollte eigentlich ein individuelles, subjektives Recht sein.

Seit einer weitreichenden Reform des Asylrechts im Jahr 1993 gibt es jedoch Kriterien wie sogenannte „sichere Herkunftsstaaten“ und „sichere Drittstaaten“: aus dem individuellen Recht wird so eines, das über die Bestimmung von Staaten – also eine territoriale und willkürliche Logik begrenzt wird, z.B. schließt sie alle Mitgliedstaaten der Europäischen Union, Albanien, Bosnien, Herzegowina, Ghana, Kosovo, Mazedonien, die ehemalige Jugoslawische Republik, Montenegro, Senegal und vielleicht bald auch andere: Marokko, Algerien und Tunesien aus. Statt Einzelfallprüfung kommt es zu kollektiven Urteilen über das Bleiberecht, den Aufenthaltstitel und das Leben einzelner Menschen.

 

Was haben diese rechtlichen Überlegungen mit den AnKER-Lagern zu tun?

Alles. Schon mit den sogenannten Asylpakten wurde 2015 und 2016 die Dauer des Aufenthaltes in Aufnahmelagern von 3 auf 6 Monate erhöht. Es wurden außerdem sogenannte „beschleunigte Verfahren” eingeführt, die insbesondere dazu dienen, die nach territorialer Logik ausgeschlossenen Menschen schneller abzuweisen und abzuschieben. Mit den AnKER-Lagern wird die Dauer der Lagerung in der Erstaufnahme auf 18 Monate erhöht. Menschen, die nach Deutschland kommen, um Asyl zu erhalten, werden in diesen Einrichtungen vom gesellschaftlichen Leben ausgeschlossen und erst nach Monaten – wenn sie Glück haben – ein halbwegs “normales” Leben in unserer rassistischen Gesellschaft anfangen können. Die Erfahrung zeigt: solche Lager, der Ausschluss aus gesellschaftlicher Teilhabe und guten Beratungsangeboten verringern die Chance, Bleibe- bzw. Asylrecht zu erlangen. Die Erfahrung zeigt auch: das Leben in solchen Lagern bringt soziale und psychologische Probleme, es bedeutet Gewalt gegen die Betroffenen, es riskiert die Leben der gelagerten Menschen und bringt berechtigte Aufstände gegen die Lagerleitung mit sich.

Kurz: Mit den geplanten AnKER-Lagern erreicht die rassistische Lager- und Asylpolitik in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland ihren neuen Höhepunkt – es ist der aktuell letzte Schritt in einer menschenfeindlichen Tradition: Menschen werden zu einem Verwaltungsgegenstand gemacht, zu einer Zahl, die politisch-motiviert mit der institutionellen Gewalt der Lagerunterbringung gegen Null gedrückt wird. Bei den AnKER-Lagern handelt es sich nicht um eine nationalistisch-rassistische Idee der radikalen Rechten, sondern um eine Idee aus der “Mitte der Gesellschaft”, einen rassistischen Konsens, der beinahe parteiübergreifend herrscht. Die Lagerunterbringung von Menschen, denen die Label Geflüchtete, Asylsuchende oder Flüchtling aufgedrückt werden, ist seit Jahren eine menschliche Katastrophe, über die zu wenig gesprochen wird. Falls es jedoch Zweifel gab, dass Lager einen Teil der deutschen Normalität ausmachen – heute und mit der Diskussion um AnKER-Lager kann niemand mehr diese Zweifel haben.

Schliesst die Lager! Menschenwürdiges Wohnen für alle!

 


 

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What is an AnKER?

With the image of an anchor (German: Anker) we may associate a tattoo to express strength or simply a mechanism for a ship to keep safe at sea. Now, however, anchor (AnKER) takes on another meaning: as a symbol for the racist German camp system and an inhuman asylum policy. What is this article about? The so-called “AnKER-facilities” (AnKER stands for “Ankunft=Reception, Entscheidung=Decision and Rückführung=Deportation”) – new deportation camps that the Grand Coalition of CDU, CSU and SPD wants to implement in Germany.

 

What is this about?

AnKER camps are the newest and last stage in the dismantling of the right to asylum in Germany. In these AnKER camps, people who are forcefully labelled as asylum seekers or refugees will be held captive for up to 18 months in the future. In AnKER camps, the BAMF (Federal Office for Migration and Refugees), youth welfare offices, the department of justice, immigration authorities and other state institutions will be present – a total system for a total disintegration from society.

AnKER. This stands for the storage of human beings on arrival (“Ankunft”) until the decision on the application for asylum has been taken (“Entscheidung”) as well as for repatriation (“Rückführung”) – a euphemism for deportations. It stands for a distinction between people “without a perspective to stay” who will not leave these facilities before being deported and people “with a perspective to stay” who will – after the BAMF decision – be tranferred to the usual camp system of so-called “community accommodation” – i.e. collective camps.

The first AnKER camp is planned for autumn. It builds on a tradition that has been fought for years by self-organised groups and activists. While accommodation conditions in the past and today are planned to frighten people from fleeing to Germany due to poor living conditions, deprivation of freedom and control by security services and the police, the state now takes deterrence and deportation completely into its own hands: If the plans from the coalition paper of the SPD, CDU and CSU are implemented, almost nobody will leave an AnKER camp until deportation – except for the few who are accepted as second-class human beings.

 

How does it work?

In the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Germany and the Geneva Refugee Convention, asylum is based on a case-by-case examination: it should actually be an individual, subjective right.

Since a far-reaching reform of the asylum law in 1993, however, criteria such as so-called “safe countries of origin” and “safe third countries” have been introduced: the individual right thereby becomes one that is limited by the definition of states – i.e. a territorial and arbitrary logic (e.g. excluding all member states of the European Union, Albania, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Ghana, Kosovo, Mazedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic, Montenegro, Senegal and soon maybe: Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia). Instead of examining individual cases, there are collective judgments on the right of residence, the residence title and the lives of individuals.

 

What do these legal considerations have to do with AnKER camps?

Everything. Already with the so-called asylum packages I and II, the length of stay in reception camps was increased from 3 to 6 months in 2015 and 2016. In addition, so-called “accelerated procedures” (“beschleunigte Verfahren”) were introduced, which serve in particular to reject and deport people excluded according to a territorial logic (“safe countries of origin” and “safe third countries”) more quickly. With the AnKER camps, the duration of storage in camps is legalized and increased to up to 18 months. People who come to Germany to receive asylum are excluded from social life in these institutions and only after months – if they are lucky – can start a halfway “normal” life in our racist society. Experience shows: such camps, the exclusion from social participation and good counselling offers reduce the chance of obtaining the right to stay or asylum. Experience also shows: life in such camps brings social and psychological problems, it means violence against those affected, it risks the lives of the stored people and brings with it justified revolts against the camp management.

In short: With the planned AnKER camps, the racist camp and asylum policy in the Federal Republic of Germany reaches its newest and highest point – it is the latest step in an anti-human tradition: people are turned into an administrative object, into a number that is pushed towards zero out of political motivation using the institutional violence of the camp system. The AnKER camps are not a nationalist-racist idea of the radical right, but an idea from “the centre of society”, a racist consensus that prevails almost across all party lines. For years, the camp system for people who are forcefully labbeled as asylum seekers or refugees has been a human catastrophe that has been talked about too little. However, if there were doubts that camps do not form part of German normality – today and with the discussion about AnKER camps, no one can have these doubts anymore.

 

Close the Camps! Respectable Housing for all!

 

 

Berlin, 15. Mai 2018, LMNB – Lager Mobilisation Network Berlin.

BigBrotherAward 2018, category “Administration”: CEVISIO Software und Systeme GmbH

[This is a REPOST of the text published during the BigBrotherAward 2018; HERE you can read the original text in German, or watch the VIDEO of the award ceremony. /// Das ist ein Repost des Textes, der im Rahmen der BigBrotherAward 2018 veröffentlicht wurde; hier könnt ihr den Originaltext in deutscher Sprache lesen, oder euch das Video der Preisverleihung anschauen]


The BigBrotherAward 2018 in the category “Administration” goes to “Cevisio Software und Systeme GmbH” from Torgau, Bavaria, Germany for their software “Cevisio QMM” (neighbourhood management), which was developed in cooperation with the German Red Cross especially for refugee accommodation. With this software, movements to and on the premises, food expenses, medical checks such as X-ray, blood and stool examinations, kinship, religious and national affiliations and much more are recorded and stored. The data allow total control of the refugees and clearly show on how many levels privacy can be violated.

The software is not only prize-worthy because of the possible data protection violations it may cause, but above all because of the human image behind it. Refugees are people, not things. They do not lie on a shelf for later collection and use, they are not prisoners and do not require close observation. They seek protection with us and have rights – human rights and fundamental rights that are not worth mentioning to Cevisio.

When many refugees came to Germany in 2015, the authorities were in chaos. The collection of data and the organisation of accommodation and care posed great challenges for those involved. The medium-sized company Cevisio developed the solution together with the German Red Cross Regional Association of Saxony. The company advertises its software on its homepage by using it in over 280 recording facilities. In total, “more than 380,000 refugees are already being administered.”

According to this, the Cevisio neighborhood management software collects data about all these people. An identification card with an RFID chip or barcode forms the basis for the recording. With this card, the residents move around in their accommodation and – according to the software makers’ plan – hold them in front of a reader in various places: at the entrance and exit, at the food counter, at the laundry when they receive pocket money, when renting books or video films, during medical examinations or during voluntary work.

These so-called “actions” recorded in the accommodations are managed by the software via interfaces together with the data of the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees – the BAMF – and with the files of the immigration authorities. Among other things, information on existing pregnancies, related persons, medical data with “initial and follow-up examinations including findings” is recorded. We also guarantee the recording of “all documents”. The software thus enables not only the “administration” but also the (quote) “accounting of the refugees”. It allows “the recording of all data on the asylum procedure, such as EASY optimisation and BAMF data”.

That’s total control. Daily routines, habits, contacts, relatives, state of health, asylum status – all in one place. Linked and evaluable.

Some things certainly make sense, e.g. information on allergies, or whether special Ramadan food is desired. However, the Cevisio software goes much further: The functional scope brochure refers, for example, to the “recording of all meals served to one person” and “note in the case of multiple serving of a meal to one person”. What do you need it for?

Is it necessary to meticulously record and store every movement into or out of the house? Yes, says the said brochure (quote): “The integrated attendance overview always shows up-to-the-second which refugees and helpers/employees are currently in an accommodation. In addition to a pure control function, this overview is indispensable, especially in the event of a disaster (fire, etc.)”.

“Indispensable!” It seems almost strange that hundreds of thousands of schools, department stores or youth hostels still manage without such an up-to-the-second overview. Are they all irresponsible?

No, this is life. Including a certain life risk. Cevisio’s data collection, on the other hand, is a wet dream for surveillance fanatics. We see here no empathy with people who have also fled to Germany for a life in freedom.

Perhaps it is pragmatism according to the motto “nobody is interested” if the word “data protection” does not appear once in the 15-page system presentation. Technical data security precautions are concealed behind the term “administration”. I could not find any functionalities for the rights of those concerned, e.g. for the provision of information or transparency for the refugees.

There are also shortcomings in practice: In her current annual report1, the data protection officer in Bremen expresses “considerable data protection concerns”. Storage periods were far too long. It was not clear to her why every serving of food had to be checked. The storage of health data had to be massively reduced at their instigation. No options were granted to the persons concerned in the case of information on relatives. Many questions are still open today.

The Bremen data protection control referred only to a few of the institutions. There is no guarantee and no possibility of control that unlawful monitoring possibilities will be eliminated in the other 270 facilities. The legal situation is the same everywhere and could be preset in the software, e.g. with automatic deletion periods. Cevisio could provide the operators with help and information on data protection.

We ask: Does this software structure have to do with the fact that refugees are the people affected here? Safe – Refugee shelters are logistically complex systems and operators like the DRC and others can well use digital support. But how are refugees to integrate with us if they are deprived of the values of our oft-cited guiding culture, i.e. the values of our Basic Law? These values include self-determination, the right to informational self-determination.

The Cevisio software “neighbourhood management” is only one example of a patronizing, non-transparent and surveillance-hungry treatment of refugees in general. There are confidentiality agreements of the Federal Employment Agency that release everyone and everyone from confidentiality, including social welfare offices and migration advice centres. In 2016, a so-called Data Exchange Improvement Act stipulated that practically every office may inform others about refugees if it appears necessary. In order to determine the origin of refugees, the BAMF had access to the smartphones of the refugees approved, on which all communications and a lot of private information is stored.

At the same time, independent refugee consultations report that by referring to data protection, some authorities refuse them information that would be important for advice and assistance. Here data protection is being misused as a false pretext for hindering social work.

We must be particularly careful when dealing with refugee data. Both the National Socialists and the GDR regime controlled and maltreated their population with information and data collection. The governments of the countries from which people flee to us often torture their people through control, arbitrariness and use of what they know about these people. The risk of deepening existing traumas in data management à la Cevisio and the risk of our data collections falling into the wrong hands, for example from the secret services of our home country, is great. Software companies also have a responsibility to avert such dangers. We should be aware: What is practised today for refugees may already be applied to us tomorrow.

Congratulations on the BigBrotherAward 2018 in the category Administration, Cevisio.

 

 

Boconas: Film screening and discussion with Bolivian food

Texto en espanol abajo

Bokonas
2016 – 68 minutes – Spanish with English subtitle

A film about immigrant and domestic workers making the radio program “I am a domestic worker with pride and dignity” in Bolivia.

People from “Respect Berlin” group ( respectberlin.org ) will join us to talk about the situation of immigrant domestic workers in Berlin.

There will be Bolivian food. All of the donations will go to the Domestic worker’s union in Bolivia.

Time:
Friday 13 April

7:30 Entrance

8:00 Film Screening

9:00 Discussion with “Respect Berlin”

10:00 Bolivian food

Address: aquarium (neben Südblock), Skalitzer Str. 6, 10999 Berlin (U1, U8 Kottbusser Tor)

About the film:
Yolanda, Victoria, Emiliana and Sdenka are immigrants and domesticworkers. They are also broadcasters in Radio Deseo, the community radio
of the feminist anarchist group “Mujeres Creando” in Bolivia.

Boconas shows the reality of the domestic workers in Bolivia, who areorganized in unions (something exceptional in the world) and more
specifically the presenters of the program “I am a domestic worker withpride and dignity”, whose lives underwent a huge change when they met
feminism at the hands of the collective Mujeres Creando.

Trailer: https://vimeo.com/177548182

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1753515858042917/

 


 

ESPAÑOL

Bokonas
Una pelicula sobre trabajador@s immigrantes y domestic@s haciendo elprograma de radio “Yo soy un*a trabajador*a domestico*a con orgullo y
dignidad” en Bolivia.
Gente del grupo “Respect Berlin” (respectberlin.org) van a participar yhablar con nosotr@s sobre la situación de trabajador@s immigrantes
domestic@s en Berlin.
Después de la pelicula vamos a comer comida boliviana. Toda la donaciónvamos a dar al sindicato de trabajador@s domestic@s.

Viernes, 13 de abril

7.30 Entrada

8.00 Pelicula

9.00 Discusión con “Respect Berlin”

10.00 Comida boliviana

Dirección: Aquarium (al lao de Südblock), Skalitzer Straße 6, 10999 Berlin (U1, U8 Kottbusser Tor)

Sobre la pelicula:
Yolanda, Victoria, Emiliana y Sdenka son trabajador@s immigrantes ydomestic@s. Ell@s también son lucotor@s en Radio Deseo, la estación de
radio del grupo feminista y anarchista “Mujeres Creando” en Bolivia.
Boconas muestra la realidad de l@s trabajador@s domestic@s en Bolivia,quienes son organized@s en sindicatos (que es único en el mundo) y
presentan el programa “Yo soy un*a trabajador*a domestico*a con orgulloy dignidad”. Su vida se cambió radicalmente cuando conicían el feminismo
por el colectivo Mujeres Creando.

Trailer: https://vimeo.com/177548182
Evento en facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1753515858042917/

ENGLISH TRANSLATION: Chapter “Migration” in the contract of the German Grand Coalition 2018-2021

Responsible politicians, from left to right: Horst Seehofer (CSU), Angela Merkel (CDU) and Martin Schulz (SPD)

– deutsch weiter unten / german below –

 

Below you will find the English translation of the whole chapter “Migration” in the coalition contract between the parties CDU, CSU and SPD. This contract will form the basis of German migration policy and its laws until 2021 or possibly 2022. It will also have a direct impact on the European Union‘s migration policy.

Here you can download the English translation of the contract, together with the original chapter (in German), directly as a PDF: http://oplatz.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/GermanyGrandCoalition-Migration-English-Deutsch.pdf

We from LMNB translated the text into English with the help of the online translator www.DeepL.com and then proofread it. In case of errors please contact us.

 


 – deutsch / german –

Kapitel “Migration” im Vertrag der Großen Koalition Deutschlands 2018-2021

Weiter unten findet ihr die englische Übersetzung des gesamten Kapitels “Migration” im Koalationsvertrag der Großen Koalition zwischen den Parteien CDU, CSU und SPD. Dieser Vertrag wird die Grundlage der deutschen Migrationspolitik und deren Gesetze bis zum Jahr 2021 bzw. eventuell 2022 bilden. Zudem wird dieser Vertrag direkten Einfluss auf Migrationspolitik der Europäischen Union ausüben.

Hier könnt ihr die englische Übersetzung des Vertrages, zusammen mit dem Original-Kapitel (auf deutsch), direkt als PDF herunterladen: http://oplatz.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/GermanyGrandCoalition-Migration-English-Deutsch.pdf

Wir von LMNB haben den Text mit der Hilfe des Online-Übersetzers www.DeepL.com ins Englische übersetzt und dann korrekturgelesen. Bei Fehlern meldet euch bitte bei uns.

 


– LMNB – Lager Moblisation Network Berlin, 07. March 2018

 


–> Full Englisch Translation:

  • Germanys Grand Coalition Contract (CDU+CSU+SPD – 2018-2021), original German document, PDF-pages 103-108: http://bit.ly/2Cq8jML

 

“VIII. Managing Immigration – Demand And Support Integration 

  1. Refugee Policy

4796 – Germany is committed to its existing legal and humanitarian obligations. We will not touch on the fundamental right to asylum: we are firmly committed to the right to asylum and to the catalogue of fundamental values contained in the Basic Law, The Geneva Convention On Refugees, the obligations resulting from the EU’s right to process every asylum application, The UN Convention On The Rights Of The Child and The European Convention On Human Rights.

4803 – We are proud of our country’s integration performance, especially its diverse volunteer work in the cities and communities. We agree that the integration capacity of our society must not be overtaxed. The ability to integrate is not only determined by the way in which immigrants are admitted and integrated into society, but also by our aspiration to take into account the living conditions of the people living here, especially in view of the immigration that has to be managed (e. g. provision of day-care centres, schools, dwellings).

4812 – That is why we are continuing our efforts to manage and limit migratory movements to Germany and Europe appropriately with a view to society’s ability to integrate, so that a situation such as 2015 does not recur.

4817 – With regard to the average number of immigrants, the experience of the last twenty years and the measures agreed and the directly manageable part of immigration – The Fundamental Right To Asylum and the Geneva Convention On Refugees (GFP) remain untouched – we note, that the number of immigrants (including war refugees, temporarily protected persons, family latecomers, relocation, resettlement, minus repatriations and voluntary departures of future refugees and without labour migration) will not exceed the range of 180.000 to 220.000 annually. The following package of measures also serves this purpose.

4827 – A commission of the Federal Government is to be set up, which will deal with The Framework Conditions Of Integration Capacity and submit a corresponding report to the German Bundestag (Parliament). We are strengthening migration and integration research.

4832 – We want to fight the causes of fleeing, not refugees.

4834 – Therefore we want to:

– Improve development cooperation;

– provide adequate funding for UNHCR and the World Food Programme (WFP) and ensure continued funding;

– Expand the commitment to peacekeeping (e. g. strengthening international police missions);

– a fair trade and agricultural policy (fair trade agreements);

– increased climate protection;

– a restrictive arms export policy.

4844 – We will establish a commission on “Causes of Fleeing” in the German Bundestag, which will make concrete proposals to the Federal Government and the Bundestag.

4847 – We advocate a common European asylum system and are therefore actively involved in the process of reforming the Dublin procedure. A fair distribution mechanism for those in need of protection, the issue of human rights in third-countries and the principle of the first country of entry for asylum seekers must play a major role here. It must be clear that an indefinite appeal to another country of first-entry is not possible. The question of establishing the unity of the nuclear family will have to be taken into account when defining the right of self-management. For distribution to work in practice, there must be effective mechanisms to prevent secondary-migration. 4855 – To this end, we want in particular to harmonise asylum procedures, including standards for the provision and accommodation of asylum seekers, and to ensure that full benefits are only granted in the assigned EU Member State. In this sense, the Federal Government will coordinate its position at EU level in the negotiations. This also applies to joint implementation of asylum procedures, mainly at the external borders, and joint repatriation from there. European Human-Rights-Standards are observed.

4864 – We support an EU policy to prevent criminal traffickers and smugglers from deciding who comes to Europe. We want to exclude incentives that result from minors being sent off on the dangerous journey by their parents at the risk of endangering the best interests of the child.

4869 – We want to further expand our cooperation with UNHCR, IOM, countries of origin and transit. Ensuring Freedom Of Movement within Europe requires effective protection of the European external borders. To this end, we want to develop Frontex into a genuine border police force. Until the protection of the EU’s external borders functions effectively, internal border controls are justifiable.

4875 – We support European decisions on the distribution of refugees (relocation) and make an appropriate contribution to admission quotas for those in need of humanitarian protection (rescue clause). However, the scale of this legal access, for humanitarian reasons, must depend on the size of the access for all those seeking humanitarian protection.

4881 – With regard to the question of Family Reunification, reference is made to the law extending the suspension of family reunification to beneficiaries of subsidiary protection. Details are regulated by a federal law still to be enacted.

4885 With regard to this regulation on family reunification in the case of subsidiary protection from 1 August 2018, it has been determined that the inflow is limited to 1,000 persons per month and that the Hardship Provision (Härtefallregelung) in accordance with §§ 22 and 23 of the Residence Act applies beyond this quota. The further elaboration of the law is the responsibility of the coalition parties and their parliamentary groups.

4891 – 1. This family reunification is only granted:

– in the case of marriages which have been entered into before the escape,

– no serious crimes have been committed,

– they are not dangerous persons,

– a departure is not expected in the short term.

4897 – 2. with the new legal regulations we want to avoid incentives for minors to be sent forward by their parents on a dangerous journey in the future, at the risk of their parents.

4901 – 3. With the solution found for family reunification, subsidiary protected persons will henceforth have a non-hazardous possibility of family reunification within the framework of the quota. Classification in accordance with the GFK should be carried out properly

 

4906 – 2. Labour Migration 

Our country needs a large number of suitable and qualified specialists. No job should remain unfilled because of a lack of skilled workers. We have already considerably improved and simplified the recruitment of skilled workers to Germany in recent years. This demand is expected to increase in the next few years due to our good economic development and the declining number of young people entering the workforce.

4914 – For this reason, we will work out a set of rules for managing immigration into the labour market and the associated right of residence and return in a legal framework oriented to the needs of our economy. Such a law will bring together the existing regulations, make them more transparent and, where necessary, make them more efficient.

4920 – Decisive factors for moving to Germany are the needs of our national economy, qualification, age, language as well as the proof of a concrete job and the securing of income.

4924 – We understand skilled workers to be both university graduates and immigrants with qualified professional training (Berufsausbildung) or pronounced practical professional knowledge. An equivalence test of the professional or academic qualifications of the skilled workers should be carried out without long waiting times. Priority is not given to a Priority-Examination (Vorrangprüfung) unless the state governments in districts with high unemployment do not wish to adhere to the priority examination. This does not affect the examination of working conditions for equivalence by the Federal Employment Agency (Bundesagentur Für Arbeit.).

4933 – With a cleverly managed immigration policy for skilled workers, we support the creation of jobs in Germany and noticeably reduce the attractiveness of illegal and uncontrolled immigration.

 

4941 – 3. Successful Integration 

People with an immigrant background belong to our society and shape it. Their representation at all levels in companies, social institutions and above all in the public sector must continue to be improved.

4947 – We will bundle the diverse integration measures in a nationwide strategy based on the principle of “demand and support”, bring greater transparency into the network of existing integration measures, significantly improve coordination between the Federal Government, the Federal States and municipalities and therefore achieve a more efficient perception of existing responsibilities. We want more success control and will intensify integration research and measurement in the sense of a real integration monitoring in order to make visible the successes of integration policy and correct undesirable developments at an early stage.

4956 – For example, we want to improve participation in healthcare provision (especially in the nursing care sector) especially for the first generation of migrant workers in the 1950s and 1960s, irrespective of their cultural origin and status. With a view to preventive and early detection measures as well as rehabilitation, the stakeholders in the health care system should increasingly present multilingual health-promoting services that actually reach those affected.

4963 – We will ensure continued funding of the ongoing measures to relieve the burden on countries and municipalities with regard to refugee costs (integration lump sum, accommodation costs, unaccompanied minor refugees) in the years up to 2021 with a total of a further EUR 8 milliard and redesign them more efficiently together where necessary. We are examining additional financial incentives for voluntary community involvement in successful integration work.

4970 – We are committed to integration for those with a long-term perspective. This includes language and work. The integration courses introduced in 2005 are the central starting point for all further integration steps. We want to further improve the quality and efficiency of these courses, especially with a view to better target-group orientation. A greater differentiation of courses according to previous knowledge is necessary. We will demand greater participation in language learning. We want to provide additional impulses for language acquisition, expand assistance and make consistent use of sanctions. In addition, we also want to take advantage of the opportunities offered by digitalisation in integration policy and make digital offers for orientation and integration courses possible. Finally, we want to remove the provisions of the Integration Act and evaluate the residence regulations in a timely manner.

4983 – We want to standardize the conditions for access to training and career preparation services and harmonize them with legal access to the labour market for tolerated persons (Duldung). At the same time, particularly those who are not expected to leave the country in the short term should be offered opportunities for language learning and employment in accordance with the principle of promoting and demanding language learning and employment. To this end, a proposal is to be drawn up on how this group can be granted access to language courses and employment without any consolidation of residence rights and equality with those who have a legal residence perspective.

4993 – For those who have been tolerated for many years and who meet the integration requirements in terms of § 25a and b of the Residence Act, we want to develop improvements and simplifications for residence, training and labour market integration. In this way, we also want to provide clarity for those affected with regard to their future in Germany.

4999 – We want to apply the 3+2 regulation for apprentices uniformly throughout Germany. This regulation aims to provide access to qualified professional training with toleration. This objective must not be undermined by the excessive application of employment law for tolerated persons. We also want to apply this regulation to state-approved helper training, as far as a qualified training in a deficient occupation is able to follow. A training commitment must be available. In all this, we want to avoid additional burdens on social security systems.

 

5008 – 4. More Efficient Procedures 

People seeking protection in Germany need asylum procedures that are handled quickly, comprehensively and legally. In future, their processing will be carried out in central reception, decision-making and repatriation facilities in which BAMF, BA, youth welfare offices, the judiciary, foreigners’ authorities and others will work hand in hand. Arrival, decision, local distribution or repatriation (AnKER) should take place in the ANKER facilities. An independent and comprehensive counselling of asylum procedures must be guaranteed. An agreement is reached between the Federal Government and the Federal States on the question of competence and sponsorship.

5018 The Federal Republic of Germany has made a unique humanitarian commitment in recent years. We offer protection to people affected by war and persecution. We have the right to know who wants to live in our country; for this purpose there are special obligations of cooperation by the arriving people. First of all, this concerns the comprehensive identification: name, origin, age, fingerprint. If the identity is unclear, we would like to expand the possibilities for the authorities to ascertain the identity of the person concerned and more effectively counteract any misrepresentations. The comprehensive identification determination takes place in the AnKER facilities.

5027 – After the age rating, unaccompanied minors are taken into custody by the youth authorities and adults remain in the ANKER facilities. If there is any doubt as to whether they are young people or adults, the age rating is determined by the responsible youth welfare office with the participation of BAMF in the AnKER facilities.

5033 – In order to preserve the chance of successful integration and to comply with European legal requirements, the obligation to remain in the AnKER facilities must be limited in terms of time and quality. As a rule, the period of residence should not exceed 18 months in both the host institutions and the AnKER institutions (§ 47 Paragraph 1a and 1b Asylum Act remains unaffected by this) and, in the case of families with under-age children, as a rule, six months. All in all, gender- and youth-friendly accommodation must be guaranteed.

5041 – We aim to divide up only those municipalities where there is a positive prognosis for the future. If possible, all others should be returned from these facilities to their home countries within a reasonable period of time.

5045 – At the latest three years after a positive decision has been taken, a review of the granted protection is required. Binding obligations to cooperate on the part of the parties concerned shall apply to this test procedure. For this purpose, teachings are to take place.

5049 – Enforceable persons obliged to leave our country. Voluntary return and consistent deportation are essential. Voluntary return has priority. We want to further reduce existing obstacles (e. g. determination of identity, acceptance by the countries of origin, passport replacement procurement, work of the Potsdam Clearing House, ZUR). We are launching a quality offensive for the work of the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees.

5056 – In the interest of those who are really in need of protection and acceptance among the population, we want to make a greater distinction between those who are obliged to leave the country, whether they are prevented from leaving the country through no fault of their own, or whether they have to be attributed the missing possibility of enforcing their obligation to leave the country. This distinction also has consequences, for example with regard to the purchase of services. We will meet the corresponding need for change.

5063 – The Federal Office for Migration and Refugees must be informed as early as possible about the initiation of criminal proceedings. To this end, we will amend § 8 Paragraph 1a of the Asylum Act.

5067 – Anyone who abuses his right of residence to commit crimes must leave our country. This also applies to cases of social benefit fraud and violations of the Narcotics Act, insofar as these have led to a conviction of at least one year.

5072 – We will make deportation detention and custody pending deportation, including the appeal proceedings, more practicable, lower the conditions and determine them more clearly. The aim is to significantly increase the feed-in quotas for repatriation measures.

5077 – For the purpose of speeding up procedures, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia and other countries with a regular recognition rate of less than five percent are designated as safe countries of origin. This does not affect the individual’s right to be examined on a case-by-case basis. At the same time, special legal advice is provided for special vulnerable groups of refugees, taking into account their special protection worthiness.

5084 – We will strengthen the Central Register of Foreigners (AZR) in order to be able to obtain more reliable information, to provide all relevant authorities with uncomplicated access and also to be able to use it for better control of repatriation and voluntary departure. In cooperation with the federal states, we will further develop it into a central foreigners’ file system that meets the current requirements. As part of this training, we will also better reflect the number of persons actually due for repatriation.”

 

 

Journalistin Hülya Emeç soll nach Brasilien abgeschoben werden

Die Journalistin Hülya Emeç wird nach Ablehnung ihres Asylantrags auf dem Flughafen Zürich festgehalten und soll nach Brasilien abgeschoben werden.

Hülya Emeç ist in der Türkei zu einer Haftstrafe von siebeneinhalb Jahren verurteilt worden. Daraufhin hat sie die Türkei verlassen und ist über Brasilien in die Schweiz gereist, wo sie einen Asylantrag stellte. Der Antrag wurde mit Verweis auf den Fluchtweg abgelehnt. Bei Brasilien handele es sich um ein sicheres Land, so die Begründung.

Die Journalistin wird seit dem 15. Januar 2018 auf dem Flughafen in Zürich festgehalten. Wie sie selbst erklärt, habe sie sich in Brasilien keineswegs sicher gefühlt.

Flüchtlingslager in Nordsyrien – Teil 1

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Täglich kommen immer noch viele Schutzsuchende auf der Flucht vor dem syrischen Regime oder dem IS in die trotz Embargo und Angriffen einzige stabile Region im Kriegsland Syrien, nach Rojava und Nordsyrien.

Obwohl Rojava nur über begrenzte Möglichkeiten verfügt und schon sehr viele Schutzsuchende aufgenommen hat, weist es diese nicht zurück und versucht ihre Bedürfnisse zu decken. Die Vereinten Nationen und internationalen Organisationen geben den Schutzsuchenden nicht die notwendige Unterstützung. Dennoch bietet die Demokratische Autonome Selbstverwaltung Nordsyriens in zwölf Flüchtlingslagern Gesundheitsversorgung, Bildungsarbeit und auch kulturelle Aktivitäten an und steht 24 Stunden täglich zur Verfügung.

Auf der Flucht vor dem IS ist etwa die Hälfte der Bevölkerung von Raqqa in den Kanton Kobanê geflüchtet. Die Zahl der aus Gebieten wie Damaskus und Dera Geflüchteten im Kanton Cizîre liegt bei 70.000. Die meisten Schutzsuchenden kamen im Jahr 2012, dem Jahr mit der massivsten Binnenmigration, nach Rojava. Aus diesem Grund hat die Demokratische Selbstverwaltung von Rojava zu dieser Zeit etliche Camps errichtet.

Das Camp Hol

Das zum Rat für gesellschaftliche Arbeiten der Demokratisch-Autonomen Selbstverwaltung gehörige Büro zur Unterstützung Vertriebener hatte das Camp Hol am 9. März 2016 eingerichtet. Es befindet sich an der Grenze zwischen Syrien und dem Irak. Das Camp ist etwa 20 Kilometer von Hesekê und etwa einen Kilometer von Hol entfernt. Nachdem Südkurdistan die Grenzen für Schutzsuchende aus Mossul geschlossen hatte, wurde das Hol-Camp eröffnet. Die Flucht aus Mossul nahm nochmals zu, als die Operationen der irakischen Armee und der Peschmerga zur Befreiung von Mossul begannen. Zur gleichen Zeit war die Zahl der Schutzsuchenden vor den Angriffen des Baath-Regimes in Syrien wie auch vor den Massakern des IS und Jabhat al Nusra angestiegen.

Das Hol-Camp besteht aus 1.000 Zelten und 220 Häusern. Dort befinden sich 3.500 Flüchtlinge aus dem Irak und 1.500 aus Syrien. Die Bewegung für eine Demokratische Gesellschaft (TEV-DEM) hat an der Arbeit im Camp und der Verteilung der Hilfe beim Aufbau von Räten und Kommunen mitgewirkt. Heyva Sor a Kurdistanê, der kurdische rote Halbmond, hat zur Versorgung medizinischer Probleme der Menschen im Camp ein Gesundheitszentrum eröffnet. In dem Zentrum befinden sich mehrere Ambulanzen und Krankenhelfer bieten den Schutzsuchenden ihre Dienste an.

Die Lebensmittelversorgung wird von der Hilfsorganisation Rojava bestritten. Da die zu den Vereinten Nationen gehörigen Organisationen NRD, IRC und IRD nicht ausreichend Hilfe leisten, trägt die Hilfsorganisation Rojava die ganze Last der Lebensmittelversorgung des Camps.

Das Camp El-Sed

Bei den schweren Kämpfen zwischen dem Regime und dem IS war die Bevölkerung von Dêra Zor lange Zeit zwischen den Fronten eingeschlossen. Als ein Weg frei wurde, wandten sich die Zivilist*innen vor allem in Richtung Cizîre, da der IS Zivilpersonen als lebende Schutzschilde benutzte. Um den steigenden Zahlen Schutzsuchender gerecht zu werden, richtete die Demokratisch-Autonome Selbstverwaltung in der Gemeinde Erişa bei Şedade das Camp El-Sed ein. Es liegt etwa 30 Kilometer von Hesekê entfernt und wurde ebenfalls von der Kommission zur Unterstützung Vertriebener im Juni 2017 eingerichtet. Das Camp war mit 200 Zelten eröffnet worden, zu Hochzeiten der Operationen in Raqqa und Dêra Zor lebten dort 50.000 Menschen. Mit der Befreiung der Regionen durch die Demokratischen Kräfte Syriens (QSD) sind viele allerdings wieder nach Hause zurückgekehrt.

Nach Angaben der Lagerleitung leben dort im Moment noch 15.000 Menschen, die Mehrheit aus Dêra Zor. Auch hier kümmert sich Heyva Sor a Kurdistanê um die gesundheitlichen Belange, während die Hilfsorganisation Rojava die Versorgung mit Grundnahrungsmitteln stellt.

Die Demokratisch-Autonome Selbstverwaltung und die zu ihr gehörigen Organisationen haben einen Aufruf zur Versorgung der großen Zahl von Schutzsuchenden gemacht, allerdings kam weder eine Antwort der Vereinten Nationen oder Hilfsorganisationen noch wird ausreichend Hilfe geleistet.

Das Camp Ebû Xeşeb

Der Zivilrat von Dêra Zor gründete am 17. Oktober etwa 70 Kilometer nördlich der Großstadt das Camp Ebû Xeşeb. Die Anzahl der Zelte, die dort zur Verfügung stehen, ist aufgrund eines Sandsturms von 450 auf nur noch 305 gesunken. In dem Camp befinden sich 320 Familien, die überwiegend aus Frauen und Kindern bestehen und aus Bûkemal, Meyadîn, Raqqa und Aleppo kommen. Nach Angaben der Lagerleitung sind es insgesamt etwa 1500 Menschen. Auch hier wird beklagt, dass internationale Organisationen keine Unterstützung leisten und es an Lebensmitteln und Zelten fehle. Um die Gesundheit kümmert sich auch hier Heyva Sor a Kurdistanê.

Das Camp El Keramê

Mit der am 5. Oktober begonnenen Offensive „Zorn des Euphrat“ der QSD begann der IS, immer häufiger Zivilist*innen als Schutzschilde zu verwenden. Die QSD öffneten Sicherheitskorridore, um die Zivilbevölkerung zu schützen. Die geretteten Zivilist*innen wurden im Camp El Keramê im Südwesten von Hesekê versorgt. Es befinden sich im Camp immer noch 10.000 Schutzsuchende, die von der Hilfsorganisation Rojava mit Nahrungsmitteln, Unterkunft und Bildung versorgt werden.

Das Camp Roj

Wie auch in anderen Regionen Syriens sind in Nordsyrien Städte zum Angriffsziel von Gruppierungen wie dem IS, Ahrar al Şam und Jabhat al Nusra geworden. Insbesondere aus Til Hemis und Til Berak wurden Tausende Menschen vertrieben. Am 25. Februar 2015 wurde daher in der Region Dêrik das Camp Roj gegründet. Nachdem die Menschen nach der Befreiung von Til Hemis und Til Berak durch die YPG und YPJ wieder zurückkehren konnten, wurde das eigentlich provisorische Camp für Tausende Flüchtlinge aus Mossul und verschiedenen syrischen Städten erweitert.

Das Camp Roj befindet sich auf dem Weg zum Dorf Zehiriye etwa drei Kilometer außerhalb von Dêrik. Das Camp wird vom Rat für gesellschaftliche Arbeiten geleitet und besteht aus 500 Zelten. Im Moment leben dort 500 Familien aus Mossul, 221 Familien sind nach der Befreiung Mossuls wieder zurückgekehrt.

In dem sehr beengten Camp Roj wird die Stromversorgung von der Demokratisch-Autonomen Selbstverwaltung betrieben. Im Camp gibt es zwei Gesundheitszentren, eines von Heyva Sor a Kurdistanê und eines vom IRC. Weiterhin sind im Camp der UNHCR, das NRC, das IRD und UNICEF vertreten.

Die Stiftung der Freien Frau Rojava (WJAR) bietet Frauen Fortbildungen zu den Themen Handarbeiten und Gesundheit an. Außerdem wurde eine mit Heyva Sor a Kurdistanê koordinierte Ausbildung zur Krankenpflege eingerichtet. Im Camp befindet sich auch eine Schule, in der die irakischen Geflüchteten mit irakischem Schulmaterial versorgt werden.

Das Camp Newroz

Das Camp Newroz ist im Mai 2014 in der Umgebung von Dêrik in Hekimiye von der Autonomen Selbstverwaltung und Heyva Sor a Kurdistanê errichtet worden. Es befinden sich dort vor allem Schutzsuchende aus Dêra Zor, Homs und Aleppo. In dem Camp wurden von der Eröffnung bis 2017 etwa 125.000 Schutzsuchende versorgt. Allein im letzten Jahr waren dort 50.000 Menschen aus Homs und Dêra Zor untergebracht. Nach dem Massaker von Şengal am 3. August 2014 war das Camp zum Friedhof „Şehit Xebat Dêrik“ bei Dêrik umgezogen. In dem Camp befinden sich zurzeit 200 Zelte mit etwa 100 Flüchtlingen, vor allem aus Şengal und 15 Familien aus Aleppo und Homs.

Verglichen mit den anderen Camps ist die Situation hier besser und es gibt ein vom Êzîdischen Gründungsrat aufgebautes Gesundheitszentrum, das zusammen mit Heyva Sor a Kurdistanê Gesundheitsdienste anbietet. Im Camp gibt es eine Kultur- und Kunsteinrichtung, eine Schneiderei, eine Schule, ein Zentrum des Gründungsrats, ein Volkshaus, ein Bildungszentrum der Frauenstiftung, einen Êzîdischen Frauenrat und einen Êzîdischen Jugendrat. Nachdem der Êzîdische Gründungsrat aufgebaut worden war, haben die Flüchtlinge 32 Kommunen gebildet und organisieren so ihr tägliches Leben. In der Schule des Camps arbeiten zwanzig Lehrer*innen, die über 300 Schüler*innen unterrichten.

Die Abschiebung von Adil Yigit muss sofort gestoppt werden!

Seasonal Agricultural Labor in Turkey: The Case of Torbalı

Refugees are working in the cabbage field. Photo: Metehan Ud

by Dilan Taşdemir, Association of Bridging People

** Türkçe aşağıda – Turkish version below **

İzmir, a city where 120,000 registered refugees live, has a lot of meaning for refugees. For some, it is a stop on their way to Europe when passing over by boats, for others, it is a city they come to in order to find seasonal work on the fields.

Seasonal agricultural labor in Turkey is not an issue that started with Syrian refugees. For years, Kurdish workers, mostly coming from the east and southeast of Turkey, have been working in agricultural areas in the Aegean, Çukurova, at the Black Sea and in Central Anatolia. There have been dozens of academic studies, news and documentaries on this issue, and it is still being studied today. In every respect, seasonal agricultural labor is a great burden to workers and must be considered as injustice.

Seasonal agricultural workers are trying to survive in the face of many problems, including matters of accommodation and nutrition. Children, for example, have to work at a very young age and therefore cannot go to school, and women face many problems due to patriarchy, such as the exploitation of their labor. Before the arrival of Syrian refugee to Turkey, the largest group in the agricultural low-wage sector were the Kurds, earning 40-50 lira a day. The sector is still predominantly Kurdish, but now the Syrians have appeared as the even cheaper labor force. Farm owners prefer to employ the latter, because they are willing to work for 20-30 liras in order to survive. Hence, this creates tension between Kurdish and Syrian workers.

At least once a month, we –  as The Association of Bridging People – visit tent camps located near the farm lands in Torbalı where Syrians work.  The “intermediaries” play an important role in finding jobs for refugees who fled Syria and that live in various parts of Turkey. When farm owners are in need of labor forces, the intermediaries call different families and bring them to the harvest area. Workers are allowed to set tents on the edge of the field because this cuts down expenses, but they are obliged to pay rent for the place on which the tent is set up. As far as we know, the rent is 300 liras at the minimum.

View on the tents. Photo: Halkların Köprüsü Derneği

The tent areas are not in good hygienic conditions. There is not even clean drinking water in the area. With waters pulled from artesian wells, they meet the need for dishwashing, bathing, eating and drinking. They cook with simple gas cartridges either inside or outside of the tents. Toilets are one of the biggest problems. There are one or two rambling toilets for all tents, and everyone are using them. The risk of getting sick from the toilets is very high. People in the field cannot go to the hospital in case of illness, because they are not registered in İzmir or anywhere else – some of them do not have official “identities”. According to the temporary protection system in Turkey, a Syrian can only benefit from rights and services in the place he or she is registered in. In other words, if a refugee registered in Kilis has come to İzmir, the registration is useless in practice. Because of this, they often hear this sentence at the hospitals: “Go and get examined at the place you are registered”.

A young woman is making bread. Photo: Halkların Köprüsü Derneği

Women and children in the camps are exposed to the biggest problems. The women we meet work in the fields from morning until evening, if they aren’t sick or too old. When they come back from work, they take care of the children, the elderly and the sick, they do the general cleaning, cook food to eat or care of other burdens that remain.

Last year in November, when a three-month-old Syrian baby named Noaf died in the neighborhood of Eğerci Street in Torbalı, we, as the Association of Briging People, went to the region immediately. On the way, we fetched clothes, food, blankets and cleaning supplies that we thought might be needed there. When we went to the home where the baby died, we faced the worst living conditions we have ever seen. There was a ruin without a single solid wall situated inside a fairly large garden, and about 25 people with children were living in these two rooms of the ruined house. There was no toilet, bathroom, kitchen or water. They put a blanket around a corner of the garden and used it as a toilet. They stayed in this place because it was close to the field they worked on. According to the news, Noaf became ill under these bad conditions and had not been treated because he did not have any officially issued identity. When we went to see his mother, she looked almost dead. She had not slept since she lost her baby. She attempted to commit suicide twice before. Some of her female relatives living in the same place told us that they also had attempted to commit suicide. It was most painful to see that she continued to go to the field to work and to earn 35 lira despite her losing her baby.

While talking to the women, we witnessed their deep desperation. They told me that the place they stay in is hell and that it cannot be fixed. Half of the household are children; those older than seven or eight years old work in the field. One of the girls aged between ten and twelve stayed at home to look after the small children. In other words, none of the children of school age has access to education. When we went to visit them, four women who had just given birth were going to the field with their babies. They fed their babies during the break and got back to work. Because it is not easy to find seasonal agricultural work, they have to go to work if they do not want to lose their job. They do not receive a compensation for their labor, although their salaries are usually paid months later. Sometimes they have to comply with taking half of the money for their labor.

The locals started to argue with us when we were leaving the camp. They asked why we help the Syrians. They said that Syrians are actually very rich, because they send their money to Syria and buy fields and houses there. Their arguments were, that their place is very dirty, that running away from war is a treachery and that their ancestors had not escaped in the battle of Canakkale. While they were telling all this, a three-month-old baby living in the next house had already died because of hunger, lack of care and bureaucratic obstacles. They did not even know about this. A couple of months after our visit, the locals in Torbalı attacked the tents of the refugees and burned them. After this incident, which allegedly was the outcome of a fight amongst children, hundreds of refugees had to leave their work and property and run away. A story so similar to their escape from Syria!

This is a very clear example of how to understand seasonal agricultural labor of refugees. Think about what a person needs to live under humane conditions and then imagine you have to live without any of them. I am talking about a home, water, food, clothing, hygiene, education, social life, the right to health, and dozens of other basic needs.

Yet, for some refugees, seasonal agricultural labor is perhaps the only way to purchase some bread. Many refugees are working in this sector because they also worked as agricultural workers in their country. The farm owners are pleased to have access to cheap labor. But to rectify these conditions of misery, everyone – especially Europe – must act as soon as possible. To meet the explicit needs of these people, an urgent solution must be found, such as the establishing mobile registration centers and health care opportunities in villages or providing children with access to education rather than leaving them no choice but work in the fields.


Inside one of the tents. Photo: Metehan Ud

 

Makeshift Toilet. Photo: Halkların Köprüsü Derneği

 

A ruined building near the field. Photo: Metehan Ud

 

A woman is doing the washing. Photo: Metehan Ud

 

Women are combing out the tomatoes. Photo: Halkların Köprüsü Derneği

 

Kids are loading the tomatoes into boxes. Photo: Halkların Köprüsü Derneği

 

A child in the camp. Photo: Halkların Köprüsü Derneği

 


Dilan Taşdemir, Halkların Köprüsü Derneğinden

Lahana tarlasındaki calışan mülteciler. Fotoğraf: Metehan Ud

Kayıtlı 120 bin mültecinin yaşadığı İzmir, mülteciler için oldukça fazla anlamlar ifade eden bir şehir. Kimisi için Avrupa’ya botla geçerken uğranan bir durak, kimisi için ise mevsimlik olarak tarlada çalışmaya geldikleri bir şehir.

Türkiye’de mevsimlik tarım işçiliği mültecilerle başlayan bir konu değil. Yıllardır Ege, Çukurova, Karadeniz ve Orta Anadolu’daki tarım arazilerinde, genelde Doğu ve Güneydoğu’dan gelen Kürt işçiler çalışıyor. Bu konu hakkında onlarca akademik çalışma, haber, belgesel yapıldı ve hala yapılmaya devam ediyor. Mevsimlik tarım işçiliğini neresinden tutarsak tutalım elimizde haksızlığın büyük yükü kalıyor. Barınma ve beslenme koşulları, çocukların çok küçük yaşta çalışmak zorunda olup okula gidememeleri, kadınların patriarkadan dolayı yaşadıkları, emeğin karşılığını alamama gibi onlarca problem arasında hayatta kalmaya çalışıyorlar işçiler. Suriyeli mültecilerin gelişine kadar ucuz iş gücü piyasasının en rağbet görenleri olarak Kürtler günde 40-50 lira arası değişen bir ücret alırdı. Hala Kürtlerin yoğun olarak çalıştığı sektörde daha da ucuz işgücü olan Suriyeliler, arazi sahipleri tarafından daha fazla tercih ediliyor, çünkü hayatta kalmak için 20-30 liraya çalışmayı kabul ediyorlar. Bu da Kürt işçiler ve Suriyeli işçiler arasında bir gerginlik yaratıyor.

Halkların Köprüsü Derneği olarak ayda en az bir kere, Torbalı’da mevsimlik tarım işçisi Suriyelilerin çalıştığı tarlaların kenarlarındaki çadır yerleşkelerini ziyaret ediyoruz. Suriye’den bir şekilde kaçıp, Türkiye’nin çeşitli illerinde yaşayan mülteciler için iş bulma sürecinde aracılar (dayıbaşı) önemli bir role sahip. Tarla sahiplerinin ihtiyacı olduğunda, dayıbaşı aileleri arayıp hasat alanına getiriyor. Masrafları kısmak için gelen işçilerin tarla kenarında çadır kurmalarına izin veriliyor, ama işçilerin çadır kurulan yer için bile kira ödemeleri gerekiyor. Bizim karşılaştığımız kiralar en az 300 liraydı.

Cadırlar. Fotoğraf: Halkların Köprüsü Derneği
Ekmek yapan genç bir kadın. Fotoğraf: Halkların Köprüsü Derneği

Kamplarda en büyük problemleri yaşayanlar ise yine kadınlar ve çocuklar. Tanıştığımız kadınlar, eğer yeni doğum yapmamış, hasta veya yaşlı değilse sabahtan akşama kadar tarlada çalışıyor. Döndüklerinde ise çocuk, yaşlı ve hastaların bakımını, genel temizliği, yemeği ve geri kalan her şeyin yükünü üstleniyorlar.

Geçen sene Kasım ayında Torbalı’nın Eğerci Mahallesinde 3 aylık Suriyeli Noaf bebeğin ölüm haberi gazetelerde çıkınca, Halkların Köprüsü Derneği olarak hemen bölgeye gittik. Giderken, ihtiyaç olabileceğini düşündüğümüz kıyafet, gıda, battaniye, temizlik malzemeleri gibi malzemeler aldık yanımıza. Noaf bebeğin öldüğü eve gittiğimizde, hayatımız boyunca görmediğimiz kadar kötü koşullarla karşılaştık. Oldukça büyük bir bahçenin içinde neredeyse sağlam bir duvarı bile kalmamış iki göz odalı bir harabede çocuklarla beraber yaklaşık 25 kişi yaşıyordu. Mekanda tuvalet, banyo, mutfak ve su yoktu. Bahçenin bir köşesine battaniye germişlerdi ve tuvalet ihtiyaçları için orayı kullanıyorlardı. Tarlaya yakın olduğu için burada kalmak zorundalardı. Haberlerde yazdığına göre, Noaf bebek evin bu kötü koşullarında hastalanmış ve hastaneye götürüldüğünde kimliği olmadığı için tedavi edilmemişti. Annenin yanına gittiğimizde neredeyse bir ölü kadar cansızdı. Bebeğini kaybettiğinden beri hiç uyumamıştı. Öncesinde de iki kere intihar girişiminde bulunmuştu. Beraber yaşadığı akrabası kadınlar arasında da intihar girişiminde bulunanlar vardı. En acısı ise bebeğini kaybetmesine rağmen iki gündür tarlaya gidip çalışıyor olmasıydı. Günde 35 lira kazanmak için.

Kadınlarla konuştuktan sonra içlerindeki derin umutsuzluğa şahit olduk. Kaldıkları yerin cehennem olduğunu ve herhangi bir şekilde düzelemeyeceğini söylediler. Ev nüfusunun yarısı çocuktu; 7- 8 yaştan büyük olanlar tarlada çalışıyorlardı. 10-12 yaşındaki kız çocuklarından birisi ise küçüklere bakmak için evde kalıyordu. Yani okul çağındaki çocukların hiç biri eğitime erişemiyordu. Biz gittiğimizde yeni doğum yapmış dört kadın bebekleriyle tarlaya gitmişti. Molalarda gelip bebekleri emzirip işlerine geri dönüyorlardı. Çünkü tarlada iş bulmak öyle kolay değildi ve haftada en fazla 2-3 kere çıkan işi kaçırmamak için gitmek zorundalardı. Emeklerinin karşılığının onda birini bile almamalarına rağmen, bir de maaşları genelde aylar sonra veriliyordu. Bazen paralarını alabilmek için emeklerinin yarısına razı olmak zorunda kalıyorlardı.

Kamp alanından çıkıp arabalara dönerken, yerli halk bizimle tartışmaya başladı. Neden Suriyeliler’e yardım ettiğimizi; onların aslında çok zengin olduğunu; burada kazandıkları parayı Suriye’ye gönderip tarla, ev aldıklarını; evlerinin, kaldıkları yerlerin çok pis olduğunu söyleyip; savaştan kaçmanın hainlik olduğunu; kendi atalarının Çanakkale Savaşı’nda kaçmadığını savundular. Bunları söylerlerken hemen yan evlerinde 3 aylık bir bebek açlık, bakımsızlık ve bürokratik engellerden dolayı ölmüştü ama bunu bilmiyorlardı bile. Bu ziyaretimizden bir kaç ay sonra Torbalı’da yerli halk çadır kamplara saldırıda bulundu ve mültecilerin çadırlarını yaktılar. Çocuklar arasında bir kavga sonucu çıktığı iddia edilen olayda yüzlerce mülteci işlerini, eşyalarını bırakıp kaçmak zorunda kaldı. Suriye’den kaçışlarıyla ne kadar da benzer bir hikaye!

Bu olay mültecilerin mevsimlik tarım işçiliğini anlamak için çok net bir örnek. Bir insanın insani koşullarda yaşaması için neyin gerekli olduğunu ve bunların hiç biri olmadan yaşamak zorunda olduğunuzu düşünün. Ev, su, gıda, kıyafet, hijyen, eğitim, sosyal hayat, sağlık hakkı ve onlarca başka temel ihtiyaçtan bahsediyorum.

Sonuç olarak; mevsimlik tarım işçiliği bazı mülteciler için belki de tek ekmek kapısı. Birçok mülteci ülkesinde de tarım işçiliği yaptığı için bu sektörde çalışıyor. Tarla sahipleri de ucuz işgücüne eriştiği için memnun. Fakat bu sefalet koşullarının düzeltilmesi için, başta Avrupa olmak üzere herkes bir an önce harekete geçmelidir. Mobil kayıt merkezlerinin kurulması, kamplarda sağlık taramaları yapılması, çocukların tarlalarda çalışmak zorunda bırakılmayıp eğitime erişmeleri gibi apaçık ortada olan ihtiyaçlara yönelik acil çözüm bulunması gerekiyor.


Cadırın içi. Fotoğraf: Metehan Ud

 

Geçici tuvalet. Fotoğraf: Halkların Köprüsü Derneği

 

Tarlanın yanındaki yıkık binar. Fotoğraf: Metehan Ud

 

Kadın bulaşık yapıyor. Fotoğraf: Metehan Ud

 

Kadınlar domatesleri ayrıyorlar. Fotoğraf: Halkların Köprüsü Derneği

 

Çocuklar domatesleri kutulara koyuyor. Fotoğraf: Halkların Köprüsü Derneği

 

Kampta bir çocuk. Fotoğraf: Halkların Köprüsü Derneği

Erste Demonstration für die Einheit der Flüchtlings-Community in Apolda // 1st Refugee Unity – Community Demonstration in Apolda (Thueringen)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Datum: 2. Dezember 2017

Zeit: 14:00 Uhr Ort: Bahnhof Apolda

Stoppt die Abschiebungen und stoppt das Dublin-Abkommen! Für
Bewegungsfreiheit!  Bringt die Flüchltlinge zurück!

Wir, die Flüchtlinge in Apolda und in Thüringen, fordern unbedingten
Respekt für unsere verfassungsgemäßig garantierten Rechte auf
Menschenwürde. Diese Rechte beinhalten unser Recht auf sicheren
Aufenthalt, Sicherheit, das Recht zu arbeiten, das Recht auf privaten
und menschenwürdigen Wohnraum hier in Apolda und wo auch immer wir uns
entscheiden, leben zu wollen.

Wir sind Flüchtlinge vom Heim Auf dem Angenspanne 3, 99510 Apolda, in
welchem mehr als 250 Flüchtlinge leben. Viele Flüchtlinge sind in dem
Heim bzw. Lager seit mehr als 3, bis hin zu 16 Jahren isoliert, ohne
Perspektive, viele haben Abschiebungsandrohungen erhalten, einige wurden
ohne Ankündigung abgeschoben. All das ist traurig….volltext:
http://thevoiceforum.org/node/4422

Spendet und engagiert euch in Solidarität mit der Bewegung der
Flüchtlings-Community!
Kontoinhaberin: The VOICE
Betreff: “Unity-Protest”
IBAN: DE97 2605 0001 0000 1278 29
BIC: NOLADE21GOE

Kontakte in Apolda:
Dr. Aghayev Magsud, Tel.: 017622394162 |Mohammed Ahsan, Tel.: 0173
1436248

Kontakte in Jena:
Jena: Miloud L. Cherif, Tel.: 0176 32360839

Organisiert von der Thüringer Flüchtlings-Community in Apolda und Jena
The VOICE Refugee Forum Jena
Email: thevoicerefugeeforum@riseup.net | http://thevoiceforum.org
Break Deportation Network |http://breakdeportation.blogsport.de

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1st Refugee Unity – Community Demonstration in Apolda (Thueringen)

Date: 2nd December 2017

Time: 2pm, Place: Apolda Train station

Stop the Deportations and Stop Dublin Deportation for Freedom of
Movement!!!

Bring back the refugees!!

We the refugees in Apolda and Thuringen in general demand the
unconditional respect for our constitutionally guaranteed rights to
human dignity. These rights include our right to secured residence,
security and safety, the right to work, the right to private and humane
housing here in Apolda or in anywhere we may chose or wish to live.

We are refugees living Auf dem Angespanne 3, 99510 Apolda, for more than
250 refugees. Many refugees are isolated in this Heim -lager already for
more than (3years to 16years) without perspectives, many are under
deportation threats, some are deported without notice of
deportation…….continue http://thevoiceforum.org/node/4421

Photo: Some activists of Refugee Community Apolda in the office of The
Voice Refugee Forum in Jena
http://thevoiceforum.org/node/4421

Donate and campaign in solidarity with the refugee community movement.
The VOICE – Bank Account code: “Unity-Protest”, Kontonummer: 127829,
BLZ: 260 500 01, IBAN: DE97 2605 0001 0000 1278 29, BIC: NOLADE21GOE

Contacts in Apolda: Dr. Aghayev Magsud, Tel.: 017622394162 |Mohammed
Ahsan, Tel.: 0173 1436248 | Jena: Miloud L.Cherif, Tel.: 0176 32360839
Organized by the Apolda and Jena Refugee Community in Thueringen
The VOICE Refugee Forum Jena Email: thevoicerefugeeforum@riseup.net |
http://thevoiceforum.org
Break Deportation Network |http://breakdeportation.blogsport.de
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Call for Demonstration against Food Coupons in Merseburg (5th dec)

(Deutsche Übersetzung unten)

***PLEASE SHARE AND INVITE YOUR FRIENDS***

What? Demonstration against food coupons, work ban and deportations!

When? 5th December 1pm

Where? Merseburg Bhf (Train station)

We, the group of café internationale and friends, need your support. We want to protest together against the racism of the authorities and society, especially in Sallekreis.
The effects get a old quality again. Since August of this year, the responsible try to force people (in DULDUNG) to bring their passports, with the aim in order to be able to deport them, by means of withdrawal and replacement with food coupons.

The authorities in Germany follow the idea of deporting people as much as they can, and for that they are prepared to leave behind every regular and not least moral foundation of democratic coexistence.
The area of Saalekreis is on the top in Sachsen-Anhalt.

The last few months are testimony to a procedure on the part of the foreigners authority,
from which all those who hear it can not believe that such a thing really happens. But they happen.
And who knows what they are still planning, what they are still capable of.

We don’t want to know it! It needs to stop (before)! And we will fight for the end of this institutional racism! We want to go on the streets for a solidarity society and for equal rights for all! To create a new idea of  living together, the permanently threat needs to end, so we can think and discuss about the next steps together and without fear.

Join the demonstration, join the movement, join the idea! We are looking forward to see you and your friends on the street and beyond.

LEIPZIG-SPECIAL: Friday, 1st of december, we’ll do an information event and Soli-Tresen.
WHERE? Eisenbahnstr 113b // Start: 8pm

For more information or questions or what else
fb: https://www.facebook.com/events/566877240320583/
or  https://www.facebook.com/cafeinternationalemerseburg
eMail: cafeinternationale@posteo.de
blog: cafeinternationale.wordpress.com
__________________________________________________________________

BITTE TEILEN UND FREUND*INNEN EINLADEN!

Was? Demonstration gegen Lebensmittelgutscheine, Arbeitsverbote und Abschiebungen

Wann? 5. Dezember 13Uhr

Wo? Merseburg Bahnhof (Treffpunkt Bahnhof)

Wir, die Gruppe um das Café Internationale und Freund*innen brauchen eure Unterstützung. Wir wollen gemeinsam protestieren, gegen den Rassismus der Behörden und der Gesellschaft, besonders im Saalekreis. Die Auswirkungen dessen werden sichtbarer, in alter bereits bekannter Qualität. Seit August dieses Jahres werden wieder mehr Menschen (die eine Duldung haben) dazu genötigt ihre Pässe zu besorgen, um sie dann abschieben zu können.

Als Sanktion für sogenannte „mangelnde Mitwirkung“an der Passbeschaffung bekommen die Menschen seit einigen Monaten ihre Leistungen in Lebensmittelgutscheinen statt Bargeld. Lebensmittelgutscheine sind die letzte mögliche Leistungskürzung, ein selbstbestimmtes Leben ist damit nicht möglich.
Die Behörden in Deutschland verfolgen das Ziel möglichst viele Menschen abzuschieben, dafür ändern sie Gesetze oder legen diese besonders restriktiv aus. Lassen jegliche Moral, wie auch demokratische Standards hinter sich. Der Saalekreis steht bei dem Thema Abschiebung mit an der Spitze von Sachsen-Anhalt.

Die letzten Monate zeugen von einem Vorgehen seitens der A***behörde, welches sprachlos macht.
Wir können nicht glauben, dass so etwas möglich ist. Doch es passiert! Und es muss aufhören, sofort!
Und dafür wollen wir kämpfen, für ein Ende des institutionelle Rassismus!

Wir wollen den Protest auch auf die Straße tragen, für eine solidarische Gesellschaft und gleiche Rechte für alle!

Um neue Idee und Wege für ein gesellschaftliches Miteinander zu versuchen,
muss mit dieser permanenten Bedrohung Schluss sein,
damit die nächsten Schritte gemeinsam und ohne Angst gegangen werden können.

Komm zur Demonstration, komm in Bewegung, bring dich ein!

Wir sehen uns auf der Strasze und darüber hinaus!

EXTRA in LEIPZIG: Am Freitag, dem 1.12.2017, wird es eine Infoveranstaltung mit Solitresen geben.
WO? Eisenbahnstr 113b (Hinterhaus) // Start: 20Uhr

Für weitere Infos, Fragen oder Anmerkungen:
fb: https://www.facebook.com/events/566877240320583/
oder https://www.facebook.com/cafeinternationalemerseburg
eMail: cafeinternationale@posteo.de
blog: cafeinternationale.wordpress.com

Demonstration at the international day against violence against woman 25.11.2017, 15:00 Hermannplatz

below: English, deutsch, kurmanji, فارسی, Türkçe, سۆرانی, polska, Español, Français, Italiano, Rusyn, português, TIẾNG VIỆT , عربى, zazaki

***Continue fighting the feminicide***
through women’s self organization and women’s self defence 25th of November, the international day against violence against women, is the expression of resistance of women around the world! Whether it is in Kurdistan or in Europewomen are organizing against the sexist mentality of domination that kills thousands of women, children and
girls on a daily basis. Whether it’s in the family, on the street, in war or persecution.
We defend ourselves,
We organize ourselves,
WE DECIDE FOR OURSELVES HOW WE WANT TO
LIVE!
We are fighting for all of us. Also for those of us who are absent today, because they are locked away in the lagers
and jails. For the 25th of November we call out to all women*(or those who are imposed a certain role by the state and society) as well as Trans*, Inter* people, in all our differences to strengthen our solidarity to go beyond borders, to conquer the streets and houses and to stand together against all facets of violence – in the sence of “Ni Una  Menos”!
NO WOMAN* IS ALONE
25.11.2017, 15 UHR
HERMANNPLATZ, BERLIN
BRING YOUR SLOGANS AND SIGNS!

more infos: https://de-de.facebook.com/events/1998933407062815/

Flyer: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/df007y3dju2puze/AADDtuRt6W96oR0_q9kviwZwa?dl=0

Deutsch

Den Feminizid weiter bekämpfen
durch Frauen*selbstorganisierung
& Frauen*selbstverteidigung
Der 25. November als internationaler Tag gegen Gewalt
an Frauen* ist ein Ausdruck des Widerstandes der
Frauen* weltweit! Ob in Kurdistan oder in Europa –
Frauen* organisieren sich gegen die sexistische
Herrschaftsmentalität, die tagtäglich tausende Frauen*,
Kindern und Mädchen tötet.
Ob in der Familie, auf der Straße, im Krieg oder in der
Verfolgung,
verteidigen wir uns selbst,
organisieren wir uns selbst,
WIR BESTIMMEN SELBST, WIE WIR LEBEN
WOLLEN!
Die in den Lagern und in den Gefängnissen sind ein Teil
von uns.
Zum 25. November 2017 rufen wir alle Frauen* (oder die,
denen eine von Staat und Gesellschaft vorgedachte
Rolle auferlegt wird), sowie Trans*Inter*Personen auf, in
all unserer Vielfalt unsere Solidarität zu stärken, Grenzen
zu überschreiten, die Häuser und Straßen zu erobern
und gegen Gewalt in all ihren Facetten im Sinne von Ni
una Menos zusammenzustehen!
KEINE FRAU* IST ALLEIN!
SAMSTAG, 25.11.2017
15Uhr, HERMANNPLATZ
BRINGT EURE PAROLEN & SCHILDER MIT!
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Kurmanji

Bi xwerêvebirina û xweparastina jinê
emê bi berdewamî dijî qirkirina jinê
têbikoşin
25 ê Mijdarê wek roja têkoşîna navnetewî ya dijî
şîdeta hemberî jinê buye sembola berxwedaniya jinê
ya cîhanî! Çi li Kurdistan çi li Ewrûpa tevahî jinan li
hemberî hişmendiya zayendperestî ku rojane bi
hezaran jinan, keçan û zarokan dide kuştin, xwe bi
rêxistin dike.
Ger li Malbatê be, li kolanan, di şer de an jî di dema
zilmê de be
emê xwe bi xwe biparêzin,
xwe bi xwe bi rêxistin bikin,
EM BİRYARÊ Bİ XWE DİDİN KA EMÊ ÇAWA BİJÎN!
Yên di qampan û di girtîgehan de ne perçeyek ji me
ne.
Em bi wesîleya 25 ê Mijdarê 2017 dan de bang li
tevahî jinan dikin, bi her cûreyê piştgiriya jinê bilindtir
bikin, sînoran derabs bikin, Mal û Kolanan bikin
meydana têkoşînê û li dijî hemû cûreyên şîdetê wek
Ni una Menos hevgirtina xwe xurttir bikin.
TÛ JİN Bİ TENA XWE NÎNE!
*Em bang li hemû jinan dikin ( an jî li wan kesan dikin
ku ji aliyê dewletê an civakê ve bi rolek ve hatin
tepisandin), dîsa li wan kesan dikin ku zayenda xwe
cûda pênase dikin.
25.11.2017, Demjimêr 15, Cîhê kombûnê:
HERMANNPLATZ, BERLIN
Panqartên xwe û diruşmên xwe bi xwe ra bînin!
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فارسی

به جنگ با فمنیساید (زن کشی و زن ستیزی)
ادامه می دهیم!
52 نوامب، روز جهانی مبارزه با خشونت علیه زنان*، فرصتی است برای بیان مقاومت
زنان* در ستاس جهان! از آسیا تا آفریقا، اروپا تا قاره ی آمریکا، زنان* در حال
سازماندهی خود علیه تفکر و سلطه جنسیتی ای هستند که روزانه به قیمت جان
هزاران زن*، کودک و دخت* تام می شود.
چه در خانواده، چه در خیابان، چه در جنگ، و چه دربرابر تعقیبات قانونی ما زنان*
از خودمان دفاع می کنیم،
خودمان را سازماندهی می کنیم،
و خودمان تصمیم می گیریم که چگونه می خواهیم زندگی کنیم!
زنان* برای همه زنان* مبارزه می کنیم. همه آن زنانی* که امروز غایب هستند، « ما »
زنانی* که در زندان ها، کمپ های پناهندگی یا در خانه های خود محبوس شده اند.
در روز 52 نوامب ما از همه زنان* (یا همه آنهایی که نقشی معین از سوی حکومت و
جامعه بر آنها تحمیل شده)، از ترنس ها، و اینتها دعوت می کنیم تا همه بازو در بازو
حلقه همبستگی را محکمت کنیم، ورای مرزها حرکت کنیم، تا خیابان ها و خانه ها را
اشغال کنیم، و در کنار یکدیگر علیه همه مظاهر خشونت بایستیم.
هیچ زنی* تنها نیست!
زمان: 52 نوامب 1072، ساعت 3 ظهر
مکان: هرمان پلتز / برلین
شعارها و پلکاردهای خود را به همراه داشته باشید.
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Türkçe

Kadın Öz Örgütlülüğü ve Öz savunması ile,
Kadın Soykırımına Karşı Mücadeleye Devam!
25 Kasım Uluslararası Kadına Yönelik Şiddetle Mücadele Günü,
dünyanın dört bir yanında kadın direnişinin ifadesidir.
Kadınlar, ister Kürdistan’da ister Avrupa’da olsun hergün binlerce kadını ve kız çocuğunu katleden cinsiyetçi erkek egemen zihniyete karşı her yerde örgütleniyor.
İster aile içerisinde, ister sokakta; savaşta ya da
işkencede,
Kendimizi savunuyoruz,
Örgütleniyoruz,
Nasıl yaşamak istediğimize kendimiz karar veriyoruz.
Her birimiz için mücadele ediyoruz, aynı zamanda
bugün kamplarda ya da hapishanelerde esaret
altında olan, aramızda olamayan kadınlar için de.
25 Kasım için bütün kadın*lara çağrımızdır, bütün
farklılıklarımızla dayanışmamızı güçlendirelim,
sınırları yıkalım, sokakları ve evleri fethedelim,
Ni Una Menos‘ ruhu ile şiddetin bütün biçimlerine karşı
bir arada duralım!
Hiç Bir Kadın* Yalnız Değildir!
25 Kasım 2017 Berlin Buluşma Noktası:
Hermannplatz Saat: 15:00
Kendi sloganlarınızı, pankartlarınızı alın, gelin!
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سورانی

لە هەمبەر فێمنیساید (ژن کوژی و دژە ژنی)درێژە بە تێکۆشان دەدەین
25ی نۆڤەمبەر رۆژی جیهانی تێکۆشان لە هەمبەر دژی توندوتیژی سەر ژنان، دەرفەتێکە بۆ دەربڕینی خۆڕاگری ژنان لە سەرانسەری جیهان. لە ئاسیاوە بگرە تا ئەفەریقا، لە ئەوروپاوە هەتا قارەی ئامریکا، ژنان خۆیان لە دژی زێهنییەتی و دەسهەڵاتدارێتی ڕەگەزی کە ڕۆژانە بە بەهای گیانی هەزاران ژن کچ و مناڵ تەواو دەبێت.
چ لە بنەماڵە دا، چ لەسەر شەقام، و چ لەهەمبەر ڕاونانە یاساییەکان دا
خۆمان دەپارێزین.
خۆمان بە ڕێکخستن دەکەین.
و خۆمان بڕیار دەدەین کە چۆن ژیان بکەین.
ئێمەی ژنان بۆ هەموو ژنان تێکۆشان دەکەین. هەموو ئەو ژنانەی کە ئەوڕۆ لێرە نین، بۆ هەموو ئەو ژنانەی ئەوڕۆ یان لە گرتووخانەکان، یان کەمپەکانی پەنابەران و یان لە ماڵەکانی خۆیان دا دەستبەسەر کراون.
لە ڕۆژی 25ی نۆڤەمبەر دا لە هەموو ئەو ژنانە (تەنانەت هەموو ئەوانەی کە ڕۆڵێکیان لە لایەن حکومەت یان کۆمەڵگا بە سەر دا سەپاوە)، لە ترەنسەکان و ئینتێرە کان بانگهێشت دەکەین تا هەموو قۆڵ لە قۆڵی یەکتردا حەڵقەی یەکگوتوویی پتەوتر بکەین لە سەروی سنوورەکان بجوڵێینەوە هەتا هەموو شەقامەکان و ماڵەکان بگرین و لە هەمبەر هەموو لایەنێکی توندوتیژی بوەستینەوە.
هیچ ژنێک بە تەنیا نیە’
کات: 25ی نۆڤەمبەر کاژێر:
شوێن: Hermanplatz Berlin
تکایە دروشم و پلاکاردەکانی خۆتان لەگەڵ خۆتان بێنن.

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Polska

Zwalczamy Kobietobójstwo
poprzez samoorganizację i
samoobronę kobiet
25 listopada, czyli Międzynarodowy Dzień Przeciwko
Przemocy Wobec Kobiet jest wyrazem oporu kobiet na
całym świecie! Czy w Kurdystanie, czy w Europie –
kobiety organizują się przeciwko rządzącej
seksistowskiej mentalności, która codziennie zabija
tysiące kobiet, dzieci i dziewcząt.
Czy to w rodzinie, na ulicy, na wojnie lub w przypadku
prześladowan,
bronimy się,
organizujemy się,
SAME DECYDUJEMY, JAK CHCEMY ŻYĆ!
Walczymy za nas wszystkich*e. Także za tych, którzy*e
nie mogą tu być, ponieważ są zamknięci w więzieniach i
obozach.
W dniu 25 listopada 2017 r. Wzywamy wszystkie kobiety*
do wzmocnienia naszej solidarności w całej naszej
różnorodności, do przekraczania granic, do podboju
domów i ulic oraz do stawienia czoła przemocy we
wszystkich jej aspektach w duchu NiunaMenos!
ŻADNA KOBIETA* NIE JEST SAMA!
* Wzywamy wszystkie kobiety (lub te, którym ta rola
narzucona została przez
państwo i społeczeństwo), jak również osoby trans *,
inter *, lub queer.
25.11.2017, 15:00
HERMANNPLATZ,BERLIN
PRZYWRÓĆ SWOJE TRANSPARENTY!
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Español

Seguir combatiendo el feminicidio
através de autoorganización y
autodefensa de mujeres*
El 25 de noviembre cómo día internacional en contra de
la violencia de género es una expresión de la resistencia
mundial de mujeres!
Si en Kurdistán o en Europa – mujeres se están
organizando en contra de la mentalidad de dominación
sexista, la cuál mata a miles de mujeres* y niñ@s todos
los días.
Si en la familia, en las calles, en la guerra o en la
persecución,
Nos defendemos nosotras mismas,
Nos organizamos nosotras mismas,
DECIDIMOS NOSOTRAS MISMAS, CÓMO
QUEREMOS VIVIR!
Las que están en los Lager (Campamentos de
Refugiad@s) y en las cárceles son una parte de
nosotras.
Para el 25 de noviembre 2017 convocamos a todas las
mujeres* (o a las cuales el estado o la sociedad impone
un papel predefinido), así como a personas Trans*Inter*,
de reforzar nuestra solidaridad con toda nuestra
diversidad, de traspasar fronteras, de conquistar las
casas y las calles y de unirse en contra de la violencia en
todas sus facetas en el sentido de Ni una Menos!
NINGUNA MUJER* ESTÁ SOLA!
25.11.2017, 15 HRS
HERMANNPLATZ, BERLIN
TRAIGAN SUS LEMAS Y CARTELES!
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Français

Continuons à lutter contre le fémicide
avec l’auto-organisation et
l’autodéfense des femmes*
Le 25 novembre est le jour international contre la
violence contre les femmes* et aussi expression de la
résistance globale des femmes*! Du Kurdistan à l’Europe
– les femmes* s’organisent contre la mentalité de
domination sexiste qui tue des milliers de femmes*,
enfants et filles* chaque jour.
Que ça soit en famille ou dans la rue, en guerre ou
persécutées.
Nous nous défendons,
Nous nous organisons,
C’EST NOUS QUI DECIDONS COMMENT NOUS
VOULONS VIVRE !
Nous luttons pour toutes*. Aussi pour celles* d’entre nous
qui aujourd’hui sont absentes* parce-que enfermées*
dans les lagers et les prisons.
Le 25 novembre on appelle toutes* femmes* (ou qui est
forc* dans un certain rôle par l’Etat et la société) et tous
gens Trans* et Inter* en toute notre diversité à renforcer
notre solidarité, à surpasser frontières, à conquérir les
rues et les maisons, à rester unies* contre la violence
contre les femmes* en toutes formes. Ni una menos !
Pas une* de moins !
AUCUNE* FEMME* EST SEULE* !
25.11.2017, 15HEURES
RENDEZ-VOUS A HERMANNPLATZA, BERLIN
PORTEZ VOS SLOGANS ET SIGNES !
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Italiano

Continuiamo a combattere i femminicidi
con l’auto-organizzazione e l’autodifesa di
noi donne*
Il 25 novembre é la giornata internazionale contro la
violenza sulle donne* e espressione della resistenza
delle donne* a livello globale! Dal Kurdistan
all’Europa – donne* si organizzano contro la
mentalità di dominio sessista che ogni giorno uccide
migliaia di donne*, bambin* e ragazze*.
Sia a casa che in strada, in guerra o perseguitate,
difendiamoci,
organizziamoci,
DECIDIAMO NOI COME VOGLIAMO VIVERE!
Anche quelle* nei campi e nelle prigioni sono parte di
noi.
Il 25 novembre chiamiamo tutte* le donne* a
rinforzare la nostra varietà, la nostra solidarietà, a
oltrepassare confini, a conquistare le strade e le
case, a stare unite contro la violenza sulle donne in
tutte le sue forme. Ni una menos! Non una di meno!
NESSUNA DONNA* È SOLA!
*Invitiamo tutte le donne (o chi viene forzat* in
questa posizione dallo stato e la società), trans*,
persone intersex e queer.
25.11.2017 BERLINO. INIZIO DEL CORTEO:
HERMANNPLATZ, ORE 14
PORTATE I VOSTRI SLOGAN!

Русский

Борьба с Фемицидом продолжается через самоорганизацию женщин и женскую самозащиту
25-го Ноября, Международный День Борьбы за Ликвидацию Насилия в отношении Женщин, выражающий сопротивление женщин по всему миру!
Будь то в Курдистане или в Европе -женщины самоорганизуются против сексистского менталитета доминирования, который убивает тысячи женщин, детей и юных девушек ежедневно.
Будь то в семье, на улице, на войне или во время преследования,
Мы защитим самих себя,
Мы само-организуемся,
МЫ РЕШИМ САМИ ДЛЯ СЕБЯ КАК МЫ ХОТИМ ЖИТЬ!
Мы боремся за всех нас. А также за тех из нас, кто отсутствует сегодня, потому что они заперты в лагерях и тюрьмах.
25 Ноября мы призываем всех женщин *, во всем нашем многообразии, укреплять нашу солидарность, пересекающую границы, завоевывать дома и улицы и стоять вместе против всех форм насилия – в понимании ” Ni Una Menos”!
НИ ОДНА ЖЕНЩИНА НЕ ОДИНОКА!
*Мы призываем всех женщин (или тех, на кого возложена соответствующая роль государством и обществом) а также Транс*, Интер* и квир людей.

25.11.2017 место сбора: U-Bahn Hermannplatz в 14-00.

Приносите Ваши лозунги и плакаты с собой!
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português

CHAMADA GERAL, Para o dia
25.11.17 dia Internacional da Nãoviolência
Contra a Mulher
Em combate ao feminicídio — através da autoorganização
das mulheres e da autodefesa das
mulheres.
O dia 25 de novembro como dia internacional da Nãoviolência
Contra a Mulheres é uma expressão da
resistência das muheres em todo o mundo!
Seja no Curdistão ou na Europa — as mulheres se
organizam contra a mentalidade do governo sexista que
mata milhares de mulheres, crianças e meninas todos os
dias. Seja na família, na rua, na guerra ou por
perseguição politica.
Nos defendemos!
Nos organizamos!
DETERMINAMOS COMO QUEREMOS VIVER!
Nós lutamos por todas nós. Também por aqueles que
não estão aqui,
porque estão nas prisões e nos campos de refugiadas.
No dia 25 de novembro de 2017, pedimos a todas as
mulheres * para fortalecer nossa solidariedade em toda a
nossa diversidade, atravessar as fronteiras, conquistar
as casas e as ruas e enfrentar a violência em todas as
suas facetas, levando a frente a campanha
NENHUMAaMENOS!
NENHUMA MULHER * ESTÁ SOZINHA NESSA LUTA!
* Chamamos todas as mulheres (ou aqueles a quem é
imposta uma função destinada pelo Estado e pela
sociedade), bem como pessoas trans * inter * queer.
25.11.2017, 14:00hs
HERMANNPLATZ, BERLIN
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TIẾNG VIỆT
Phụ nữ tự tổ chức và tự bảo vệ – tiếp tục cuộc đấu tranh chống bạo hành sát hại phụ nữ

Ngày Quốc tế Chống Bạo hành Phụ nữ 25 tháng Mười Một là một hình thức thể hiện cuộc phản kháng của phụ nữ toàn thế giới! Ở bất kỳ đâu, từ Kurdistan đến châu Âu, phụ nữ tự tổ chức chống lề thói thống trị kỳ thị nữ giới, khiến hàng ngàn phụ nữ, trẻ em và bé gái bị sát hại mỗi ngày.
Trong gia đình, ngoài đường phố, trong chiến tranh hay trên đường chạy nạn,
chúng ta hãy tự bảo vệ,
chúng ta hãy tự tổ chức,
CHÚNG TA HÃY TỰ QUYẾT ĐỊNH CUỘC ĐỜI MÀ CHÚNG TA MUỐN SỐNG!
Những chị em trong các trại giam và nhà tù là một bộ phận của chúng ta.
Nhân ngày 25 tháng Mười Một 2017 chúng tôi kêu gọi toàn thể phụ nữ (hoặc những ai bị nhà nước và xã hội áp đặt một vai trò định sẵn), cũng như tất cả những người chuyển giới và lưỡng giới, hãy tăng cường sức mạnh đoàn kết mọi mặt đa dạng của chúng ta, hãy vượt qua các ranh giới, hãy chinh phục nhà cửa và đường phố và sát cánh chống mọi biểu hiện bạo lực theo tinh thần của phong trào Ni una Menos!
KHÔNG MỘT PHỤ NỮ NÀO LẺ LOI!
NGÀY 15.11.2011: ĐỊA ĐIỂM TẬP TRUNG TẠI BERLIN: U BAHN HERMANNPLATZ 14 GIỜ
HÃY MANG THEO KHẨU HIỆU VÀ BIỂU NGỮ!

عربى
مواصلة النضال ضد قتل النساء
من خلال التنظيم الذاتيّ للنساء ودفاع النساء عن أنفسهن
يصادف يوم السبت، 25 تشرين الثاني/ نوفمبر، اليوم العالمي ضد العنف ضد النساء، وهو يوم للتعبير عن مقاومة النساء حول العالم!
في كردستان أو في أوروبا، ينظمن النساء أنفسهن ضد العقليّة الذكوريّة المهيمنة والتي تقتل آلاف النساء، الأطفال والفتيات يوميًا.
سواء كان ذلك في العائلة، الشارع، في الحرب أو تحت الاضطهاد.
نحن ندافع عن أنفسنا،
نحن ننظم أنفسنا،
نحن نقرر لأنفسنا كيف نريد أن نعيش!
نحن نناضل من أجلنا جميعًا، وأيضًا من أجل الغائبات اليوم لأنهن يقبعن خلف القضبان والمعتقلات.
تحت عنوان “ليس هنالك نساء* وحيدات!” ولا يوجد نساء* وحيدات،
نناشد جميع النساء* (أو أولئك اللواتي يفرضن عليهن أدوار معيّنة من الدولة والمجتمع)، كذلك المتحولات جنسيًا*، الخنثوي*، الأحرار جنسيًا* (والأشخاص الذين لا ينتمون للتصنيفات الجنسيّة المعياريّة).
يوم السبت 25.11.2017 برلين، مكان اللقاء: U BAHN HERMANNPLATZ
السّاعة 14:00
احضرنَ معكن شاراتكن ولافتاتكن!

zazaki

Qet ju cênîye tenya nîya!

bi xosazîye û xoparêznayene duştê qirkerdişê cênîyan de têkoşine bidewamnîme!
25ê Payize roja şîdetê duştê cênîyan ya şarmîyankîye îfadeyê xoverdayişê cênîyan yê çarawêlê dinya wo.
Ha Kurdistan de, ha Ewopa de bo, bi hezaran cênîyî her roj duştê qirkerdişê cênîyan û kênan hetê zîhnîyetê camêrdîyo cisnkî yê serdestî xo organîze kenê.
Ha zereyê kêyî de, ha teber ra, ha ceng de, ha binê îşkence de ma xo parêznenîme, xo organîze kenîme, qerarê toşezê ciwîyena xo ma bi xo danîme.
Ma seba her juyê şima, yê ke ewro kampan de rê, ya kî girewtgehan de binê esaretî de rê, ma mîyan de nîyê kî têkoşine danîme.
25ê Payize de seba cênîyan pêroyîne vengdayişê man o, bi cîyatîyanê xo pêroyîne jubînî destegkerdişê xo bikerîme berz, sîndoran birijnîme, kolonan û kêyan fet bikerîme.
Bi royê “Ni Una Menos” duştê şîdetê her toşeyî tê lewe de bivinderîme.
Qet ju cênîye tenya nîya!
25ê Payize 2017 jubînî sahate 14:00 de Hermannplatz de bivînîme.
Slogananê xo, pankartanê xo bigêrê, bêrê!

DEMONSTRATION FÜR EIN ENDE DER VERSKLAVUNG, FOLTER, VERGEWALTIGUNGEN UND ERMORDUNGEN VON SCHWARZEN MENSCHEN IN LIBYEN Samstag, 25. November, 13:00-15:00 Uhr

Die SCHWARZE COMMUNITY IN DEUTSCHLAND lädt alle Schwarzen Organisationen, Gruppen, Initiativen und Einzelpersonen und ihre FreundInnen und UnterstützerInnen zu einer bundesweiten Demonstration vor der libyschen Botschaft in Berlin ein, um das sofortige Ende der Versklavung, des Verkaufs, der Vergewaltigungen und Tötungen von Schwarzen Menschen in Libyen zu fordern.

Datum und Uhrzeit: Samstag, 25. November, 13:00-15:00 Uhr
Ort: Podbielskiallee 42, D-14195 Berlin

WIRD EINE/R VON UNS ANGEFASST, WURDEN WIR ALLE ANGEFASST!

VEREINT, WERDEN WIR SIEGEN!

Infos und Kontakte: Mouctar (0163-1381544), Castro (0177-1761772), Ali (0157-59177744)

Gerne an eure Mitglieder und FreundInnen weiterleiten und Bescheid sagen, ob ihr als MitveranstalterInnen oder UnterstützerInnen bzw. Sponsor genannt werden wollt

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DEMONSTRATION TO END THE ENSLAVEMENT, RAPES, TORTURES AND KILLINGS OF BLACKS IN LYBIA

The BLACK COMMUNITY IN GERMANY invites all Black Organizations, Groups, Movements and Individuals and their Friends and Supporters to a Nationwide Demonstration at the Lybian Embassy in Berlin to Demand the Immediate End of the Enslavement, Selling, Rapes and Killings of Blacks in Lybia.

Date and Time: Saturday, 25 November, 13:00

Location: Podbielskiallee 42, D-14195 Berlin

TOUCH ONE, TOUCH ALL!

UNITED, WE SHALL CONQUER!

Info and Contacts: Mouctar (0163-1381544), Castro (0177-1761772), Ali (0157-59177744)

Please, forward to your members and friends, and let us know if you want to be mentioned as Co-Organizer, Supporter or Sponsor

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MANIFESTATION POUR METTRE FIN À L’ESCLAVAGISATION, AUX VIOLS, AUX TORTURES ET AUX MEURTRES DES NOIR/ES EN LYBIE

La Communauté Noire en Allemagne invite toutes les Organisations, Groupes, Mouvements et Personnes Noir/es et leurs Ami/es et Soutiens à une Manifestation Nationale à l’Ambassade Lybienne à Berlin pour exiger l’Arrêt Immédiat de l’Esclavagisation, la Vente, des Viols and des Meurtres des Noir/es en Lybie.

Date et Heure: Samedi, le 25 Novembre, 13:00

Lieu: Podbielskiallee 42, D-14195 Berlin

QUI TOUCHE UN/E DE NOUS, TOUCHE NOUS TOUS/TES !

UNI/ES, NOUS VAINCRONS!

Infos et Contacts: Mouctar (0163-1381544), Castro (0177-1761772), Ali (0157-59177744)

SVP, faites suivre à vos membres et ami/es et dites-nous si vous voulez être mentionné/es comme co-organisateurs/trices, soutiens ou Sponsors.

#BLACKLIVESMATTER
#AFRICANLIVESMATTER

*********Support:*******

Black Nation in Babylon-Germany

Black Study Group Hamburg

Lampedusa in Hamburg

Initiative in Gedenken an Oury Jalloh

Africa United Sports Club e.V

Zentralrat der afrikanischen Gemeinde in Deutschland

Dachverband der Ivorischen Community in Deutschland

Ivorische Diaspora Hannover

Kamerunischer Frauenverein Hamburg

Gemeinschaft der Burkinabé in Hamburg

Guinea Frauenverein

The Voice Refugee Forum

Asmaras World Refugee Support

Kamerunische Gemeinde Stuttgart

Black Lives Matter Berlin

camarades panafricaines (Oldenburg)

ISD Rhein-Neckar

PEACE (Peer Exchange of African Communities for Empowerment)

African Home Hamburg

Arrivati

Tschobé for Freedom

Lessan e.V.

African Communities of Hamburg

Alafia e.V.

Hobskur

“Skorpion” – Verein für Asiatische Kampfkünste e.V.

Protest Gegen Abschiebung

Another group of our friends are being deported to Afghanistan on 24. October from Leipzig/Halle airport. Aghanistan is a war ridden, unsafe country. Deportation of people who seek for asylum to war zones to expose them to death and letting them to be killed there, is indeed a war crime and genocide.

Therefore “Zendegi – Kein Abschiebungen nach Afghanistan“, a campaign against all the deportations to Afghanistan, in cooperation with political activists and politician who fight for refugees rights, decided on organizing a protest in city of Leipzig in Saxony against deportations.

We – Zendegi campaign activist – are aware with only a protest or a demonstration we can not stop the deportations. But we know to make any changes to be happened, we have to rise our voices and find a way to open this dialogue in German society.

The fight against deportations is a difficult, time taking fight. On one side is German government and growth of fascism, on the opposite side we refugees who have nothing but our power of our unity.

The campaign, Zendegi-Kein Abschiebungen nach Afghanistan, asks you to join the campaign and along side other people from other nationalities, with hope, hocetion, and patience, take part in the anti-deport protest on October 21. at 14:00 o’clock.

Important points:

  • The campaign, Zendegi-Kein Abschiebungen nach Afghanistan, is created/formed around and is active against against deportations to Afghanistan, believes no deportation should in any case take place to any country.
  • The campaign is concerned with human dignity and equality of people from different nationalities or ethecities, and is against racism, ethnic discrimination and racial slurs.

During the camp there are going to be different programs

  •  standing rally with speeches from non-citizen activists and anti-deport activists
  •  different workshops with the themes on asylum and deportation
  •  consultation sessions hold by asylum advisors
  •  open dialogue sessions with citizens
  •  open dialogue sessions with non-citizens on asylum issues

 

 

 

  • For more information on the action and the program, please check out the Facebook page of the campaign

www.facebook.com/afghanistanzendegi

 

 

در تاریخ ۲۴ اکتبر ۲۰۱۷ تعدادی دیگر از عزیزانمان از میدان هوایی شهر لایپزیک به افغانستان دیپورت خواهند شد.

افغانستان کشوری جنگ‌زده و ناامن است و دیپورت پناه‌جویان به مناطق جنگی و قرار دادن آنان در معرض کشتار، نسل‌کشی و حملات تروریستی جنایت جنگی محسوب میشود.

به همین منظور کمپین زندگی که علیه دیپورت به افغانستان فعالیت میکند، با یاری تعدادی از فعالین سیاسی و سیاست‌مداران مدافع حقوق پناه‌جویان تصمیم به برگزاری یک تحصن علیه دیپورت در شهر لایپزیک واقع در ایالت زاکسون(sachsen) دارد.

بی‌شک ما فعالین کمپین زندگی از ناممکن بودن توقف دیپورت‌ با یک تظاهرات یا تحصن آگاهیم اما چاره را در بلند کردن صدای اعتراضمان و ایجاد گفتمان سیاسی در جامعه آلمان می‌بینیم.

مبارزه با دیپورت مبارزه‌ای است که نیاز به زمان دارد و بسیار دشوار است. در یک طرف دولت آلمان و فاشیسم در حال گسترش قرار دارند و در طرف مقابل ما پناه‌جویان که جز قدرت اتحادمان چیزی نداریم.

کمپین زندگی از شما دعوت میکند که تا با امید، اتحاد، صبروشکیبایی بهمراه دیگر ملیت‌ها علیه دیپورت به افغانستان و تمام کشورها در روز شنبه ۲۱ اکتبر ساعت ۱۴ شرکت کنید.

نکته:

  • کمپین زندگی تمرکز خود را علیه دیپورت به افغانستان قرار داده است اما اعتقاد دارد که دیپورت به هیچ کشوری نباید انجام شود.

  • کمپین زندگی فرامرزی می‌اندیشد و فارغ از قومیت و ملیت تمامی انسان‌ها را عزیز و شریف میپندارد و علیه هرگونه نژادپرستی و تبعییض قومیتی و توهین نژادی است.


در طول مدت تحصن برنامه‌های زیر در محل تحصن برگزار خواهد شد

 

سخنرانی از سوی فعالین ضد دیپورت و فعالین پناه‌جویی


ورکشاپ‌های مختلف با موضوعات پناه‌جویی و دیپورت


جلسات مشاوره برای پناه‌جویان توسط متخصصین امور پناه‌جویی


جلسات گفتگو با شهروندان آلمانی


جلسات گفتگو با پناه‌جویان در مورد مسائل پناه‌جویی


برای اطلاع از زمان و تغییرات احتمالی در برنامه‌ها لطفا فیسبوک کمپین زندگی را دنبال کنید

www.facebook.com/afghanistanzendegi

 

Nach G20 – ein Abend über Repression & Bewältigung

Die Proteste gegen den G20-Gipfel sind vorbei, die staatliche Repression dauert an. Prozesse starten, hohe Strafen werden verhängt, die erlebte Polizeigewalt ist noch nicht verdaut. Gleichzeitig werden linke Haus- und Medienprojekte sowie Geflüchtete stärker kriminalisiert denn je.

In einer solchen Situation wollen wir zum Austausch von Repressionsbetroffenen einladen.
Was können wir von dieser Leistungsschau des autoritären und repressiven Staates mitnehmen? Welche Herausforderungen kommen auf uns zu und wie können wir sie auch in Zukunft bewältigen?

Der freie Journalist Sören Kohlhuber war vor Ort und analysiert in seinem Vortrag die Leistungsschau des autoritären und repressiven Staates. Er wird berichten, wie er die Situationen erlebt hat und gibt sein Fazit.

12.10. Wipplingerstraße 23, 1010 Wien

Ablauf:

ab 17:00 Open Space: wir schreiben Postkarten an Repressionsbetroffene, die in Haft sitzen

ab 19:00 startet der Vortrag „G-20 Gipfel der Repression“ von Sören Kohlhuber –> https://soerenkohlhuber.wordpress.com/

Es wird veganes Essen & Solicocktails geben.
Die Veranstaltung ist bis nach dem Vortrag rauchfrei.

Eine Veranstaltung von Freedom Not Frontex: Vienna & Freund_innen.

★ Die Veranstaltungen finden im Rahmen der Kritischen Einführungstage an der Uni Wien statt. Mehr Infos und das vollständige, laufend aktualisierte Programm findet ihr auf: https://krituni.noblogs.org/

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Die Veranstaltung findet in der W23 statt. Mehr Infos: http://www.wipplinger23.org/

Barrieren
Leider ist die W23 das Gegenteil von barrierefrei: Sie ist nur über steile Treppen zu erreichen und auch die WCs sind nicht rolli-tauglich. Wir können dafür keine befriedigende Lösung anbieten. Nicht-bauliche Barrieren bemühen wir uns abzubauen (z.B. sprachlicher Art), müssen aber zugeben, dass wir dabei auf Ressourcen-Grenzen sowie auf Barrieren in unseren Köpfen stoßen. Wenn der Zugang für euch schwierig ist, bitten wir euch, mit uns in Verbindung zu treten, damit wir uns gemeinsam Möglichkeiten überlegen können: freedomnotfrontex@systemli.org

At the most of our events the main language is German. If you would like to have an English translation during the evening just ask the people behind the bar and they will look for potential translators.

Von Genua nach Hamburg – Repression und Gipfelproteste

 Veranstaltung im Rahmen vom Queer
Wann? Mittwoch, 21.06.2017 19:00

Wo? Wipplingerstrasse 23, 1010 Wien

Die Mobilisierung gegen den G20 Gipfel in Hamburg ist im vollen Gange. Zu diesem Anlass möchten wir einen Überblick über die Repression vergangener Gipfelproteste im Hinblick auf den kommenden G20 Gipfel in Hamburg geben. Besonders möchten wir die Gewaltexzesse der Polizei gegen Demonstrant*innen im Zuge des G8 Gipfels in Genua im Jahr 2001 thematisieren. Auch für Hamburg sind zahlreiche Repressionsmaßnahmen geplant. Einen Schwerpunkt legen wir auf die politischen Implikationen sowie die Nachwirkungen von Repression auf einen selbst sowie die Bewegung.

Nach einem inhaltlichen Input wird es einen passenden Film mit Nachbesprechung geben.

AntiRep-Workshop-Wochenende

24. -26. Juni 2016 @ ÖH Bundesvertretung (Taubstummengasse 7-9, 1040 Wien)

„Staats-Gewalt“ – Workshop-Wochenende zu Repression, Polizeigewalt und der Kriminalisierung von Lebensformen
Facebook-Event

Das Referat für Menschenrechte und Gesellschaftspolitik lädt zum Workshop Wochenende über Kriminalisierung von antifaschistischen Protesten, rassistische Polizeikontrollen und der Verschärfung des Suchtmittelgesetzes, zu Fluchthilfe und der Kriminalisierung von Migration und Lebensformen.

Programm:
FREITAG 24. Juni
16:00-18:30
Freedom not Frontex:
Kriminalisierung von (antifaschistischen) Protesten – Einführung in das Thema Repression und gemeinsames Erarbeiten von Gegenstrategien
(mehr …)

CALL FOR IDOMENI SOLIDARITY ACTION-WEEK

OVER THE FORTRESS from 30th of May to 05th of June

source: linksunten

– Call for action below – On Tuesday, 24.05.16, parallel to the World Humanitarian Summit in Turkey, the eviction of Idomeni camp officially began. In many ways, a forceful eviction began weeks ago. Idomeni has long been subject of structural violence from both police and state policies, which have slowly but continuously dismantled the camps aid-structures.

Idomeni (mehr …)