Yesterday we took action at TU Delft Bedrijvendagen against the cooperation of the university with the big arms companies Airbus and Thales.
The 23 year old Syrian refugee K. went from Germany to Greece to meet his younger brother who were supposed to come from Turkey by the end of November 2016. When he looked for him in Didimoticho, Greece, showing a photo of the 11-year old brother, he was arrested. 14 months later, K. is back in Greece after being pushed back to Turkey with 50 other migrants on the 30th of November 2016.
Demonstration against the cooperation between universities and weapons companies on February 20, 2018 in Delft, Netherlands. These companies profit from wars and the exploitation of migrants.
Leaflet found in the streets of Paris, December 2012, From non-fides.fr. Translated by act for freedom now/B.pd. In 2018 this leaflet is still up to date.
International call by Refugee Accommodation and Solidarity Space City Plaza (Warning Facebook Link) for the 17th March 2018 – European day against all anti-migration policies between states.
[English, German, Tigrinia, French, Urdu, Farsi, Arabic]
Demonstration Sunday // 11.02.2018 // 14.00 // Leopoldplatz, Berlin (Wedding).
In Berlin, deportations happen all the time. Every night, the danger of police raids looms: people are taken out of their beds and forced on deportation planes. This takes place all around Berlin; in refugee accommodation centers in our neighbourhood; or in apartments around the corner. While most of Berlin sleeps, the German border system enacts its ruthless practice of expulsion with its horrible consequences such as extreme poverty, confinement, persecution, torture and death in those places that people obviously had a reason to leave.
We published many reports about the situation of refugees on Lesvos in the past weeks. Unfortunally we didn’t manage to come to Chios or one of the other Greek islands to report about the situation there. At the moment the people of Fotomovimiento are on Chios and we re-publish a report that they published on their Facebook page. Continue reading Fotomovimiento on #Chios
Image: Moria refugee camp on Lesvos, Greece on December 26, 2017.
Efsyn report about the situation in Patras, translated by the No Borders Network Facebook page. Increased injuries to refugees around the port of Patras have been observed lately, with solidarity talking about “incidents of violence that need to be investigated,” while the official version of the authorities of the port speaks of “self-harm”.
Image: Increased injuries to refugees around the port of Patras, Greece.
Welcome to Wuppertal (Germany) is organizing a monthly breakfast for 3 years now. Since then a lot has happened. There is an increase of deportations and the European borders are closed again. Welcome to Wuppertal (W2Wtal) needs us and we need this important iniative. Three years w2wtal breakfast at Café ADA: Sunday, January 21st, 11 a. m., Wiesenstraße 6 in Wuppertal-Elberfeld (Germany).
No deportation to Afghanistan! Afghanistan is not safe!
On Tuesday, 23 January, people are to be deported from Düsseldorf Airport to Afghanistan, Kabul. We, as the Dusseldorf Alliance “Afghan outcry” in association with refugees of all backgrounds, their supporters and human rights activists, as well as numerous other initiatives and organizations from North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) condemn the planned deportation and demand the immediate suspension of all deportations to Afghanistan and the recognition of the need for protection of refugees from this area.
- Protests against collective deportation(s) at Dusseldorf Airport and at Dusseldorf main station
- Date: Tuesday, January 23, 2018
- Time: 4 pm in front of Dusseldorf main station (Hbf)
5 pm at Dusseldorf airport, passengers’ hall, Terminal B
- Further information; here (Warning Facebook link)
After almost 1 month on Lesvos and in Athens I returned to Germany yesterday. The difference between people living in free spaces like the Notara 26 squat in Athens and the people who are forced to live in the Moria refugee camp is unbelievable. Today human rights activist Arash Hampay was forced o leave Lesvos.