Hamburg – Kundgebung in Gedenken an Francis Kwame am 30.04.201

By kandolo

04/30/2014 – 15:00
04/30/2014 – 23:59
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Kundgebung in Gedenken an Francis Kwame am 30.04.201 by Lampedusa http://lampedusa-hamburg.info

Francis Kwame lebt in unserem Kampf als Zeugen des Krieges für das Überleben und die Wahrheit weiter.

Francis Kwame lives on in our struggle as witnesses of war for survival and the truth.

Kundgebung – Rally organised by Lampedusa in Hamburg
Mittwoch 30. April 2014 | 15.30h
Reesendammbrücke/ Jungfernstieg

We remember Francis Kwame who survived the NATO-war in Libya but died in
the streets of Hamburg http://thecaravan.org/node/4068

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Trial in Dessau against Mbolo Yufanyi for fighting racist police brutality and for justice for Oury Jalloh

By azadi

04/29/2014 – 13:00
04/29/2014 – 16:00
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Solidarity with Mbolo Yufanyi and the fight against (racist) Police brutality

When exposing a crime is treated as committing a crime, you are ruled by criminals.” This is why we desperately need System change in Germany.

Yet again, Mbolo Yufanyi is being tried in the German courts, this time in Dessau.

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Solidarität mit Mbolo Yufanyi und dem Kampf gegen rassistische Polizeigewalt.

By thevoicejenaWenn die Aufklärung über eine Straftat selbst wie eine Straftat verfolgt wird, dann werden wir von Kriminellen regiert.” Deswegen brauchen wir dringend einen Systemwechsel in Deutschland.

English: Solidarity with Mbolo Yufanyi and the fight against (racist) Police brutality

Ein weiteres Mal wird in einem deutschen Gericht über Mbolo Yufanyi verhandelt – dieses Mal in Dessau.

Wir rufen alle Aktivisten, insbesondere jene der Black/African Community auf nach Dessau zu kommen, den Prozess zu beobachten und gegen die juristische Kriminalisierung von Mbolo Yufanyi zu protestieren.

Die Strafanzeige der Staatsanwaltschaft in Dessau-Ro

We remember Fracis Kwame who survived the NATO-war in Libya but died in the streets of Hamburg

By kandolo

Refugees regret and mourn the death of Francis Kwame and criticise the German executive and judicial organ in charge of refugees affaire.

We regret and mourn the death of our fellow refugee Francis Kwame in Hamburg. This is one of the outcome and evidence of stats repression, injustice, discrimination, war in Libya.

We didn’t survive NATO war in Libya – to die in the streets of Hamburg!
Francis Kwame is dead!

Francis Kwame , according to the information, had survived war in Libya, where he had lived and worked for almost 20 years . Lost all he had worked for so many years, obliged to quit Libya to exile, to protect his life in Europe.

“He did not die in Hamburg, he did not die in Lybia, he died in the moment when NATO decided to attack Libya!”, one Afghan refugee said during the first presentation of the video in Jena during a meeting of THE VOICE Refugee Forum. Someone said thereafter: “He died even once before, when he left his land and his familly to Libya, to work and be able to support the family back home.”

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From: Karawan

Flüchtlinge aus Jena kontrollieren am 20. April die Polizei in Jena und fordern eine Entschuldigung!

By kandolo

Jena, 20. April, 2014

Wir sind eine Gruppe von Flüchtlingsaktivisten aus Schwäbisch Gmünd. Wir erklären hiermit explizit, dass wir uns von niemandem von unserem Recht auf unseren politische Entfaltung abhalten lassen werden.

Am Dienstag, den 17. April 2014 gegen 17:00 Uhr fuhren wir mit dem Zug von Schwäbisch Gmünd nach Jena, um an einem Workshop und einer Konferenz fuhren, welche von The Voice Refugee Forum in Thüringen organisiert wurde. Wir waren sehr überrascht, als zwei Polizisten im Zug auf uns zutraten und anfingen uns einschüchtern und terrorisieren zu wollen. Die Polizisten fragten: „Wo fahren Sie hin?“ Einer von uns antwortete: “Wir fahren nach Jena.” Daraufhin fragten die Polizisten nach seinem Ausweis, woraufhin er zurückfragte: „Warum?“ Sie begründeten: “Wir sind Polizeibeamte und solche Kontrollen gehören zu unseren Dienstaufgaben.” Also gab er ihnen seinen Ausweis, woraufhin die Polizisten sagten: „Sie sind aus Schwäbisch Gmünd in Baden-Württemberg. Es ist Ihnen nicht erlaubt, sich hier aufzuhalten.” Er antwortete: “Wir sind doch hier immer noch in Deutschland und ich denke das Recht zu haben, mich hier frei zu bewegen, wie jeder andere Mensch auch.” Daraufhin wandten sich die Polizisten nun an unsere ganze Gruppe: „Reisen Sie alle zusammen?“ Unsere Antwort war: “Ja – wir reisen …read more

From: Karawan

Refugees from Schwäbisch Gmünd control the police in Jena!

By kandolo

Jena, April 20, 2014

We are a group of refugee activists from Schwäbisch Gmünd and we make sure no border can stop our activism.

On Thursday, 17 April 2014 about 17.00 hrs., while we were in the train in our way from Schwäbisch Gmünd to Jena to participate in a workshop and conference organized by Voice Refugee Forum in Thüringen, we were surprised and terrorized by two policemen as they came toward us and asked: where we were going? One of us answered: “We are going to Jena”. After they asked him for passport he asked them back: “Why?” They said: “We are Policemen and we are doing our duty to make control.” So he gave them his papers and after they saw it they said: “You are from Schwäbisch Gmünd in Baden Württemberg and you are not supposed to be here.” He replied: “Is here not a part of Germany?” They told him: “Yes, but with this ‘Duldung’, you are not supposed to be here.” He said: “I do not know, but I think this is Germany and I believe that I have freedom to move.” Then they left him and start to talk to the whole group and asking: “Are …read more

From: Karawan

Dublin-3 Abschiebungen stoppen! Permanenter Protest in Berlin

By kandolo

English below:
Stop Dublin Deportations!
Subject: ###Permanent protest started in front of the House of the European Union against the increasing Dublin deportations ###

Berlin – 15.04.2014 – Dublin-3 Abschiebungen stoppen!

Betreff: ###Permanenter Protest gegen zunehmende Dublin Abschiebungen vor dem Europäischen Haus gestartet###

Seit gestern wird Protest gegen die menschenunwürdige Dublin/Abschiebepolitik in Berlin auf die Stra

Nelken für Napuli!

By kandolo

Berlin 13.4.2014

Gemeinsamer Aufruf von AfricAvenir International, AFROTAK TV CyberNomads, Berlin Postkolonial, glokal, Initiative Schwarze Menschen in Deutschland, Tanzania-Network.de

Nelken für Napuli!

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Report and statement on trial in Hamburg

By kandolo

On April 7, 2014 a trial took place at the Hamburg district court because of supposed trespassing.

„End to the ignorance – Recognition of the group Lampedusa in Hamburg – for a life in dignity“ was written on banner with which some people entered last june the townhall.

The trial began after changing in a bigger room with a declaration of the accused. By a projector a video was presented from the new youtube channel „witnesses of war“: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sKtSN-z2dgo. In this video two speakers of the group „Lampedusa in Hamburg“ talk real regarding their situation and who is responsible. Listening to this video is a precondition for the following statement argued the accused against the attempt of state persecutor and judge to prohibit the showing. On April 28 the case will prusued.

Process statement before the Hamburg District Court
charge: domestic disturbance in City Hall

To the specific allegation that was made against me and three other people, one can only say that it is a false accusation. There was a discussion and an agreement, afterwards nevertheless the other side was pressing a charge.
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From: Karawan

Israel will pay for the crimes committed to Africans

By kandolo

Israel will pay for the crimes committed to Africans from The VOICE Refugee Forum Network on Vimeo.

Activists of The VOICE Refugee Forum, The Plataforma for Refugees and Migrants and The Caravan for the rights of Refugees and Migrants (Germany): Mbolo M.Yufanyi and Mai Zeidani Yufanyi together with some African activists in Israel/Palestine attended a Picket at the Apartheid “Open” Prison in Holot in the Negev desert (South of Israel).

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Refugee’s protest continue as landratsamt Ostalkreis Official (Mr Betz) undermine the respect for human dignity

By kandolo

We are Refugees and not prisoners who Mr Betz should spy on 24 hours daily.

Our resistance is aimed at liberating you and those fellow refugees who has been kept under constant fear of liberating themselves from your propaganda.

We are calling on members of OSTALB LANDKREIS to address the repressive attitude of Mr Betz and his folks and bring their old fashion culture of racism and dictatorship to order.

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From: Karawan