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Newsletter #ac2106 #FridaysForFuture

Juni 19, 2019

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June 18, 2019 at 07:59PM

Juni 18, 2019

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Passkontrolle! – Leben ohne Papiere in Geschichte und Gegenwart. Ein kollaboratives Forschungs- und Ausstellungsprojekt – OPlatz — Berlin Refugee Movement

Februar 6, 2019

Passkontrolle! – Leben ohne Papiere in Geschichte und Gegenwart. Ein kollaboratives Forschungs- und Ausstellungsprojekt – OPlatz — Berlin Refugee Movement
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November 02, 2018 at 08:33PM

November 2, 2018

Gedenkort für Burak Bektaş – Für ein lebendiges Erinnern in Berlin-Neukölln
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November 01, 2018 at 07:45PM

November 1, 2018

Verhinderung einer Abschiebung am 31.10.2018 « Mehr als 16a – Migrationspolitische Aktion und Diskussion
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August 24, 2018

Transnationales Netzwerk zwischen Afrika und Europa für Bewegungsfreiheit und gerechte Entwicklung
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November 14, 2017 at 11:40PM

November 14, 2017

Initiative für die Aufklärung des Mordes an Burak Bektaş
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September 30, 2017 at 10:26PM

September 30, 2017


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September 11, 2017 at 09:02AM

September 11, 2017

Die Ametovics sind wieder in Freiburg – im „Bürgerasyl“ – Freiburg – Badische Zeitung
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May 28, 2016 at 09:25PM

Mai 28, 2016

Via mailinglist Action-2:

On March 8, 2016, following a gradual restriction since February 2016 of access to the Balkan route based on ethnic origin criteria, the border between Greece and FYROM (Macedonia) was closed for all third-country nationals. In the aftermath of this closure, over 54,000 refugees – about 60% of who are women and children – have suddenly become trapped in Greece. There are hundreds of disabled and elderly people, cancer patients and persons suffering from other severe chronic or incurable diseases, as well as psychologically traumatized persons, pregnant women, families with new-borns and unaccompanied minors. A very high percentage of them is estimated to be admissible for family reunification or relocation. All these people are barely surviving the inhumane and devastating conditions in the reception centres, while at the same time the dirty deal agreed by Turkey and Europe turned the hot spots on the islands of the Aegean into detention- and deportation centres, keeping out those who were planning to follow. Within the framework of the PRO ASYL project “Refugee Support Program in the Aegean” (RSPA), this report was collated based on research conducted for the RSPA-Newsletter by the colleagues Salinia Stroux and Chrissi Wilkens and the firsthand accounts of refugees in Greece.
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