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Herausgeber auf Twitter @p4f_hamburg und hoffentlich richtig geschrieben :)

Mai 22, 2019


Unser 2. Newsletter ist raus, diesmal mit folgenden Themen:

💚 Globaler Streik am 24.5.

💚 Europawahl ist #Klimawahl

💚 Ergebnisse U18-Wahl

💚 IrRWEge stoppen

Lesen, teilen, streiken, wählen 💪…



Rechtliche Neuerungen für unbegleitete minderjährige Flüchtlinge

Januar 26, 2016

Der Bundesfachverband für unbegleitete minderjährige Flüchtlinge hat eine Übersicht zu den neuen rechtlichen Regelung für UMF/UMA (Stand Dezember 2015) erarbeitet.

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Kommunikationshilfe: Bilderwörterbuch zum Thema Schmerzen

Januar 26, 2016

Die Apotheken Umschau hat ein Bildwörterbuch mit Begriffen rund um Erkrankungen und Schmerzen für die Sprachen englisch, französisch und arabisch erstellt.  

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Neuer Migrationsbericht 2014 vom BAMF veröffentlicht

Januar 26, 2016

Das Bundesamt für Migration und Flüchtlinge (BAMF) hat in dieser Woche den neuen Migrationsbericht 2014 vorgelegt. Der Migrationsbericht wird jährlich veröffentlicht. Letztmals wurde der Bericht für das Jahr 2013 im Januar 2015 vorgelegt. Der jährliche Migrationsbericht gibt unter anderem einen Überblick über das Migrationsgeschehen in Deutschland, die EU-Binnenmigration von Unionsbürger_innen, die Abwanderung aus Deutschland und […]

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Broschüre der Bundesagentur für Arbeit zu § 26 Abs. 2 BeschäftigungsVO

Januar 26, 2016

Hier finden Sie eine hilfreiche Broschüre der Bundesagentur für Arbeit zum Verfahren zur Arbeitsaufnahme in Deutschland für Menschen aus dem Westbalkan (§26 Abs. 2 BeschäftigungsVO) auf verschiedenen Sprachen: BA deutsche Version BA albanische Version BA Bosnien Herz. serbische Version BA Bosnien Herz. kroatische Version BA Bosnien Herz. bosnische Version BA Kosovo, serbische Version BA Kosovo, […]

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Dokumentation Initiativentreffen nds. Flüchtlingsinitiativen vom 05.12.15, Hannover

Januar 26, 2016

Schon ein bisschen länger her, trotzdem auch jetzt noch interessant:

„Das vierte Initiativentreffen niedersächsischer Flüchtlingsinitiativen in 2015 fand am 05. Dezember 2015 in Räumlichkeiten der Leibniz Universität Hannover statt. Nachfolgend dokumentieren wir wie zugesagt die Ergebnisse des Treffens: Tagesordnung Überblick über die jüngsten Änderungen im Asyl- und Aufenthaltsrecht Präsentation Claire Deery   AG 1: Gesetzesverschärfungen im Asylrecht: wie können und wollen wir als Bündnis und […]“

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2. Gathering „Frankfurt for all. Solidarity-based City“

Januar 26, 2016
Friday, 29th of January, 4 – 8 pm at „Haus Gallus“, Frankenallee 111, Frankfurt

Dear all,
our first Gathering „City for all“ is already behind us. Since then, a lot happened: A big demonstration took place on the day of human rights with more than 1500 participants. An attempt to realize a „Project Shelter“ as a place for homeless refugees in an abandoned building and its eviction. The Slogan „City for all“ popped up in many places. An ongoing debate about the further restriction of the right of asylum. Various racist attacks and the incidents on new year eve in Cologne. And a political atmosphere we fear to be on its turning point.

We want to take up the good vibe of our first gathering and hold on to our common goal on a solidarity-based city Frankfurt, a City for All. Along the four areas – labor and labor conditions, access to health and education, living and living spaces and the defense of rightist’s attacks – we want to keep working. Through this, we want to support and connect each other, create mutual empowerment and be a politically recognized counter-voice.

Therefore, we very much invite you to take part in the 2nd Gathering on January 29th from 4 – 8 pm at „Haus Gallus“.

It doesn’t matter if you are young or old, a newbie or long-time experienced, freshly moved to Frankfurt or lived here for a long time. It doesn’t matter, if you are part of any association, initiative, organization or just on your own – we want to gather again to share and develop a collective vision of a solidarity-based city.
The Declaration for a solidarity-based Frankfurt – a result of the 1st Gathering – was already spread widely and is still in discussion.
Frankfurt for Everybody: Solidary City!

We are still looking for more supporters signing the declaration and are hoping for a fruitful debate on how to change this city.

Initiative „Frankfurt für Alle! c/o Frankfurter Arbeitslosenzentrum, Friedberger Anlage 24, 60316 Frankfurt



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Frankfurt for Everybody: Solidary City!

Januar 26, 2016
The city we want to live in… Join us!

People all around the world are flying from persecution and war, economic exploitation, climate change and missing prospects – also due to the politics of the global north. Only a small amount of these people heads to Europe, nevertheless they have managed to make the fortress of Europe crumble.
Whilst supposedly complaining about overload, outwards politics aims at increased sealing of and inwards strives for a split. To “safeguard the external frontiers” violations of human rights are accepted and rights of asylum get tightened rapidly.
We are living in Frankfurt in a center of economic prosperity where the increasing discrepancies between rich and poor can be felt concretely on a local level. The social question is raised by the arrival of the refugees here with a growing urgency. In truth the “refugee crisis” is a crisis of just distribution: It turns out as the basic question of how we as a society want to address social justice and participation.

We are not regarding the arriving refugees as rivals for public benefits, but as fellow combatants in the struggle for social justice, who deserve our fullest solidarity.
In a solidary and cosmopolitan city there is no place for deportation, social splittings and racist agitation.

We are people from concrete solidarity work, social work, anti-racist initiatives, labor unions, the commitment against right-wing ideas, churches, migrant associations, the artist’s scene, pupils groups, associations, organized groups of unemployed and NGOs.

In this city we want to live in we will not be played off against each other! Everybody is welcome. If we stand up for social concerns, then this rises from the conviction that within this abundant country no poverty should be excused. The policy which causes disparity between poor and rich is man-made – it can be altered once again by us!

In this city we want to live in there is no vacancy, everybody can live in flats instead of mass accommodations!

The current initiatives to create living space through public housebuilding are a step into the right direction – although it comes much to late. The negative growth of subsidized housing the recent years have seen has fatal consequences – for refugees as well as people with low income. Instead of lowering building standards or subsidizing private investors in the current situation we are in need of new subsidized housing – communal, self-governing and preferably high-quality. In this city we want to live in affordable living space will be created for everybody and vacancy will be utilized wisely.
Also refugees do not want to live in camps. The overcrowding of camps is home-made and continues the wrong-headed refugee politics of the past years. We stand up for freedom of movement and living space for EVERYBODY and for free choice of residence.

In this city we want to live in there is free health care for EVERYBODY!

Health is a human right! There must not be a second class health card for refugees. Medical aid for the people affected as well as others, who are in need, has to be provided. We demand an out seeking medical aid or at least the permission for mobility (public transport), so that people can come to the doctor at all! Also within the Hartz-IV legislation it is necessary to fight for an increase of additional demands for cost-intensive diet in case of illness, as well as an unbureaucratic provision of medicine by the job center if not covered by health insurance.

In this city we want to live in everybody has access to free education!

Children and youths study together in small classes, they do not only learn within school, but also in out-of-scholl facilities and the urban quarter. To learn means exploring the environment, unfolding abilities and thinking in a critical way. Therefore we demand an unbureaucratic access to primary and secondary schools, language and integration courses as well as qualification and training for EVERYBODY – and for refugees and migrants directly after their arrival and without the classification of “bad” or “good” prospects to stay. Moreover we demand a right of advanced training and reeducation for all recipients of benefit on a voluntary basis.

In this city we want to live in we live well from work as well as without!

The much acclaimed increase of occupation is accompanied by low-pay work through labor leasing and exploitation as well as a social legislation (Hartz-IV), which legitimizes poverty in spite of work. Especially migrants and refugees are turned over to the system. Because they do not have a residence permit and permission to work they can be blackmailed and are exploited through various forms of precarious employment. The dominant creation of hierarchies of refugees and migrant (laborers) is the basis of exploitation, exclusion and wage dumping.

We are against work prohibition and the principle of priority for refugees, against the exclusion of job-seeking immigrants from benefits after the Social Security Code II, against rules of reasonability and sanctions for recipients of Hartz-IV and want to defend the minimum wage.

In this city we want to live in voluntary service does not fill the gaps!

If a dignified life is possible for all refugees, all job center clients, all people who are houseless and all employees in the low-wage sector a voluntary service can be aiming at enabling encounters, a higher quality of life and culture. Dignity and social participation are not a part of charity but basic rights. Self-organized help in need like German classes by Teachers on the road or pupils initiatives could be an alternative or choice for a learning opportunity, but not the only option. The social infrastructure of this city has not reached its capacity limit only now with the arriving refugees. Therefore we demand sufficient personal and financial facilities for the professionalized social sector. We stand against the effort to play of voluntary and full-time engagement against each other.

In this city we want to live in there are equal social rights for EVERYBODY, extensive and sufficient existential coverage without service in return, free access to social infrastructure and no deportations!

This will not be reached with demands and good words alone. Practical and daily interventions are needed as well as our initiative from the bottom!

Download: ffm4all-solidary-city_web.pdf


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Die Social Kitchen „O Allos Anthropos“, “The Other Human”

Januar 26, 2016

Auf Lesbos haben wir nicht nur zusammen mit der NoBorder-Kitchen gekocht, sondern auch mit der griechischen Gruppe O Allos Anthropos, “The Other Human”. Jetzt gibt es einen ausführlichen und lesenswerten Artikel über ihre Arbeit und die Situation auf Lesbos im Allgemeinen.
Hier findet ihr den Facebook-Auftritt der Gruppe.

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Wow – jetzt haben wir schon über 100 likes auf facebook

Januar 26, 2016

Dabei sind wir gerade einmal zwei Wochen dabei. Wir freuen uns, dass soviele diesen neuen Kommunikationsweg gut finden! Auf diese Weise erreichen wir viele Interessierte unterwegs. Denn man guckt doch immer wieder aufs Smartphone!

Der Beitrag Wow – jetzt haben wir schon über 100 likes auf facebook erschien zuerst auf Herberge für Menschen auf der Flucht.

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