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Berlin, January 30, Demonstration: Enough – No More Moria!

Berlin. Germany. Call for a demonstration for the immediate evacuation of the camps and a humane accommodation for refugees.

Originally published by NO MORE MORIA – Demo und Küfa Facebook event page (facebook.com/events/482474433152156).

Start: January 30, 12:30 pm, Hermannplatz, Berlin.
End rally and Solidarity Kitchen: from 3:00 pm Oranienplatz, Berlin.

Enough – NO MORE MORIA!

The conditions in the Greek camps are inhumane! The lack of showers and sanitary units, non-weatherproof and flooded tents, scabies outbreaks, children with rat bite wounds and a repressive Greek police force are the sad reality in the camp known as “Moria 2 – Kara Tepe”.

We do not want to accept these conditions and send a sign of solidarity! We demand the immediate evacuation of the camps and a humane accommodation for the refugees!
Join us on the streets to make a statement!

In addition to the program of speeches and musical acts, there will be a delicious solidarity kitchen with street food and hot drinks at the final rally at Orainienplatz.

Bring your hunger and your own mugs!

Donations from the protest and the solidarity kitchen will go to “Watch the Med – Alarm Phone” and “Med’EqualiTeam”.

The “Watch the Med – Alarm Phone” is a project launched in October 2014 by an activist network and civil actors in Europe and North Africa. The project started a self-organized call center for refugees in distress in the Mediterranean Sea.

Med’EqualiTeam was founded in July 2018 as a French NGO with a Greek branch. Its first project was the establishment of a medical clinic on Samos, which provides basic medical care for 100 to 200 refugees daily, six days a week.



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