Croatian media outlets reported this week on the case of an unaccompanied minor from Afghanistan who was subject to severe and inhuman treatment at the hands of Croatian authorities who was locked in a dark room, where officials questioned him and later “forced him to take his clothes off, made him get into water, where they released electricity through a [taser], which led to him losing consciousness.” During the incident, he suffered a broken rib, internal bleeding, and lost a significant amount of blood.Continue reading Croatian border: “I told them: ‘Stop! You’re hurting me. I cannot breathe.’”
Press release March 09, 2019 ++ Situation on the Balkan route worsens more and more +++ Cars of Hope shifts focus to fugitives in Greece +++ Hunger strike in Athens ended +++Continue reading Cars of Hope collective: Situation on the Balkan route is getting worse
Statement by No Name Kitchen about the attempt by Bosnian authorities to stop mutual aid operations of No Name Kitchen in Velika Kladusa.
Local authorities have now decided to forbid the volunteers of No Name Kitchen to offer any service or help.
There were many reports about police violence against refugees in Croatia in the past months. This time an unaccompanied minor from Syria returned to Bosnia with a video recording of a push-back in action.
Rome, Italian territory: On Tuesday police evicted the Baobab refugee camp for the 22nd time.
No Name Kitchen has been collecting reports about pushbacks from Croatia to Serbia or Bosnia during several months. And here we share with you one of the last reports.
Migrants protested for the third day in a row against EU border policies at the Maljevac border crossing. Croatian cops violently stopped migrants at the Bosnian/Croatian border. Several migrants were injured. The protests are ongoing.
Yesterday migrants protested against the EU border regime at the Bosnian Croatian border. Today they continued their protest. A Two reports by No Name Kitchen.
Croatia: And yet another case of police violence while people try to reach the European Union.
On July 19 two people of the Enough is Enough team will join the Cars of Hope collective in Bosnia to work together with refugees to provide mutual aid and to produce independent border monitoring reports from the Bosnian/Croatian border. In this article we first publish some details about our next stay in Bosnia and in the second part we reblog an article about the protests at the Bosnian/Croatian border. At the bootom of this page you will find a translation of the piece about our next stay in Castellano (Spanish).