Refugee Protest Hannover – Hungerstreik nach teilweise Räumung durch Polizei

By kandolo

Seit Samstag, dem 24. Mai 2014, protestieren die Flüchtlinge in Hannover gegen die Zustände in Niedersachsen für ihre Rechte. Am Mittwoch, den 28. Mai 2014 räumte die Polizei einen Teil der des friedlichen Protestcamps. Daraufhin trat Yassin in Hungerstreik. Im Anschluss ein Videobericht in english und die Stelungnahme von Yassir.

Refugee beginnt Hungerstreik am 28.05.2014

Quelle: Ageeb1999 – Self-Organized Media Collective

Mein Name ist Yassir und ich bin Mitglied des Refugee Protestcamps Hannover.

Während der letzten zwei Tage, dem 26. und 27. Mai 2014, war ich einer der Deligierten aus dem Refugee Protest Camp in Hannover, der an den Verhandlungen mit der Stadtverwaltung, der Polizei und den Politiker_innen teilgenommen hat, um über die Forderungen des Refugee Protest Camps zu sprechen.

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From: Karawan

Refugee Protest Camp in Hannover at Weißenkreuzplatz

By azadi

Isolation, restriction of movement, restriction of having a Job, threatening of deportation,Administrations governmental harassment and racism, poor health care, ignorance,depression, slow death.

These titles summarize our lives here in Germany as human in need of protection.German government blocked our legal excess to our basic human rights through its administrative bodies, and it had full support from the administrative court in Niedersachsen, in presence of dangerous carelessness of politicians, We saw this as a part of German racist & discriminative policy against foreigners, and mismanagement of productive human resources in tomorrow Germany.

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From: Karawan

It is crazy – it can not continue like this! Demonstration in Hamburg on May 31, 2014

By kandolo

Deutsch: Lampedusa in Hamburg ruft zur Aktion auf: Demonstration am 31. May 2014 in Hamburg

Demonstration on Saturday 31st of May 201 at 1 pm

Meeting place: protest tent, Steindamm 2 (near main station)

We demand our work permit

Since we went in the city hall to explain our critical situation and to demand our rights one year has gone. The big support from the Hamburg citizens could help us just to survive but it has also its limits. The Hamburg senate is ignoring the many voices that demand a change of the discriminative and highly dangerous policies of the government.

Again and again our people get controlled, arrested and threaten with deportation to Italy.

Francis Kwame the eldest of our group died on 20th March as a result of the denial of his rights.

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From: Karawan