On the 19-6 at 4pm in Mehringhöfe (Gneisenaustr 2a, 10961 Berlin) Blacks and whites together for human rights will conduct the conference about how was the struggle (each group’s struggle) during the Corona Virus and what was different in this time, how can we exchange the ideas to strengthen one another in our struggle on refugees’ policy in Germany.
The Objective of this conference is to continue working together, learning from one another and networking. it is a step towards empowering our struggle and breaking the isolation between refugee/ activists and the population. Blacks and whites together for human rights would like first to cultivate common hands and interact in a participatory way.
Second, to present the results achieved to the public in order to make self-organized resistance visible and to show alternatives to the isolating asylum policy.
Third, it is to cultivate common resistance strategies for future cooperation in order to counter the discriminatory refugee’s policy.
The exchange is intended to overcome isolation so that we can strengthen our struggles and work together. Moreover, the aims to strengthen solidarity and connections between people (refugees, supporters, the public) and to counteract isolation. We expect that refugee’s movement will be strengthened and motivated through the exchange and the joint expansion of the movement, to ensure that the strategies of refugees/individuals and activist groups are shared. The results will be recorded in the form of a presentation for the public and made available to all groups for their further work and future collaboration.
we are all partners.
Women in Exile, Wearebornfree Radio, Refugee Academy, Karanfil Café, International Women Space, No Border Assembly
Supporters of the conference:
1. Refugees from Bückeburg/Niedersachsen
2. Blacks and Whites together for human rights e.V.
3. borderline-europe e.V.