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DEMO Montag 11.07. 2016, 11 Uhr, Jahnsporthalle zum Rathaus Neukölln

Flüchtlingsprotest JahnsporthalleBeschluss steht. Morgen um 11:00 Demo von der #Jahnsporthalle zum Rathaus Neukölln.

Die Leute aus der Halle schlafen seit 2 Tagen auf der Straße, weigern sich in das Lager am Tempelhofer Feld zu ziehen und wollen morgen eine Lösung erzwingen. Massive Unterstützung wäre hilfreich !

Treffpunkt ab 11 Uhr, Jahnsporthalle, Columbiadamm 192, Neukölln
Facebook-Seite der JHS

Come to Jahnsporthalle

Jahnsporthalle Flüchtlingsprotest

Yesterday was a special day for berlin. We occupied or streets back. The former inhabitants of the lager has occupied the street in front of it, because the threw them out and want to force them in the shithole of berlin. But people say no thanks. We also have the right to have a ok living space. They already made their occupation the second day and there was a lot of people coming for visit and solidarity.  Allot of friends see each other again after long time. This is rebirth of Resistance and all freedom fighters come for supporting.

So people, let’s gather together in front of the sporthalle (colombiadamm before tempelhof airport) and help to push this forward.

Together we are strong.

Follow on Facebook Refugee Protest Jahnsporthalle

Presse Kontakt zu den protestierenden an der #Jahnsporthalle: +4915213601139

 

Statement of refugee protest in front of lager “Jahnsporthalle” Columbiadamm

Jahnsporthalle Refugee ProtestEnglish below_

Wir sind Refugees aus der #Jahnsporthalle am Columbiadamm und erwarten eine Lösung für das gegenwärtige Problem – 150 Menschen lebten hier, 120 davon wurden bereits an andere Orte gebracht. Wir sind jetzt noch 30 Verbliebene, die keine Unterkunft mehr haben und auf der Straße sind. Wir suchen bessere Orte. Seit 10 Monaten waren wir hier und hatten 130 € pro Monat zur Verfügung. Dies reicht nicht für eine Person und dieser Ort ist miserabel. Wir haben die ganze Zeit umsonst auf einen besseren Ort gewartet. Nachdem wir gelitten haben, sagten sie, dass wir an einen noch schlechteren Ort kommen sollen. Von schlecht zu noch schlimmer. Hier 150 und dort tausende Menschen. Mehr Krankheit, mehr Wahnsinn. Dort ist es unmöglich, sich zu integrieren und soziale Kontakte aufzubauen.

Unsere jetzigen Forderungen sind:

1. Einen guten Platz für uns zu finden, als menschliche Wesen, nicht Tempelhof und auch nicht wie Tempelhof.

2. Nicht genötigt oder gezwungen zu werden, nach Tempelhof zu gehen.

3. Nicht gezwungen zu werden, dieses sterile Essen zu essen.

4. Beeilt Euch damit, eine Lösung zu finden, weil Ihr unser Vertrauen verliert.

Bitte rettet uns von der Hölle der Straße und der Obdachlosigkeit! Wir erwarten Eure Hilfe, danke!

Die JSH
Jahnsporthalle Flüchtlingsunterkunft
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We are refugees from the JSH (Jahnsporthalle) in Columbiadamm, waiting for a solution for the problem here. There were 150 people living here, they already transfered 120 people in other places. We are still 30 persons with no places, in the street we are searching for better places. We have been living here for 10 months with a payment of 130 € per month. This is not enough for a single person and this place is miserable. We waited all this time for a better place for nothing. After suffering they said, we go to a even worse place. From bad to worse. Here 150, and there thousands of people. More illness/sickness there. You are unable to integrate and to get social contact there.

Our demands now are:

1. To find a good place for us, as human-beings, not like/instead of Tempelhof.

2. Don’t pressure us to go to Tempelhof.

3. Don’t force us to eat this plastic food.

4. Hurry up to find a solution, because you are losing our trust. Please save us from the hell of the street and the homeless status.

We are waiting for your help. Thank you!

The JSH

Idomeni Petition: Stop killing us slowly with Skype asylum applications

PLEASE SIGN THE PETITION

This is a petition made by the people in Idomeni camp. They are forced by Greece government to apply for asylum through a skype call. They have to call a skype number, which is never available. they write:

 

n Idomeni camp, living in tents in the mud, rain and sun for over forty days, life is becoming a normal hell, frustrations are rising as we lose hope.

Our emotions cycle between apathy, frustration and decreasing hope as our lives are reduced to a routine of sleeping and waiting. Waiting in line for food, for tea, and to charge our phones, and waiting on hold for a Skype call that is never picked up.

Our lives are stuck in limbo.

And even though you know we are here, you force your eyes to look away.

The current system for us to apply for asylum or relocation – to continue our lives beyond camps in Greece – can only begin with an appointment made by a Skype call with very limited capacity.

See the following link for more info
https://newsthatmoves.org/en/?p=2216

Skype is frustrating at the best of times, but when your future depends on the call?

For people living in camps with limited access to electricity, smart phones, computers, or internet, this is a cruel and senseless procedure.

After we make our applications for asylum or relocation we may will still have to wait months – or even years – for decisions about our future to be made. But at the very least let us begin the wait now with some certainty – that we won´t be in this camp forever.

Dimitris Avramopoulos, Panagiotis Kouroumplis, Ioannis Mouzalas and Maria Stavropoulou

  • We want you to change the current hugely inadequate system of only being able to make asylum appointments to the Greek Asylum office by making a Skype call that is never picked up.
  • We want you to replace Skype with a face-to-face service in the refugee camps here in Greece.
  • We want you to increase the resources spent on this crucial service, to ensure that those of us who ran from war, who for weeks upon weeks have been living in a hopeless Limbo since the borders closed, are given a sense of hope that our lives can continue.

Please help us leave this limbo

Please change this system

Please let us apply for asylum or relocation in person in the camps

Please sign the petition

PLEASE SIGN THE PETITION HERE

لقد اصبحت الحياة في مخيم ايدوميني كجحيم تغزوه خيمٌ في الطين و المطر و الحر لأربعين يوماًو الاحباط يعلو وجوهنا مع خسارة الأمل ، حيث يموت الناس هنا ببطيء يوماً بعد يوم، ويتناوبالأمل و الإحباط و اللامبالة مؤثراً على مشاعرنا ونحن نرى حياتنا تنحصر في روتينٍ من النوم والانتظار في طوابيرٍ للطعام والملابس وشرب الشاي كطريقة عصرية مبتكرة تهدف لإعدامنا . إن حياتنا تدور في المجهول، حيث أننا محصورون بعنق زجاجةٍ تحجزنا وعنق الزجاجة هذه ليست بأكبر من رأس الإبرة، وبالرغم من معرفة الجميع بحالنا هذه يرغمون أعينهم على النظر بعيداً عنا.
إن النظام الحالي للتقدم للجوء او لإعادة التوطين لإستكمال حياتنا خارج هذه المخيمات في اليونان لا تبدأ ألا بموعدٍ من خلال الإتصال ببرنامج السكايب ضمن إمكانيات محدودة لإجراء هذا الإتصال.
إن برنامج السكايب محبطٌ في أفضل أحواله، فكيف اذا كان مستقبلك يعتمد على مكالمةٍ بإستخدامه ؟
لأشخاص يعيشون بمخيمات بالكاد تتوفر فيها الكمبيوترات و الهواتف الذكية و الإنترنت و حتىالكهرباء، فإن هذه العملية فعلاً لقاسيةٌ وعديمة الرحمة، و حتى بعد تقديم طلباتنا للجوء أو لإعادة التوطين سيتوجب علينا الانتظار لأشهر أو حتى لسنوات لقرارات ستحدد مستقبلنا، على الاقل دعونا نبدأ مرحلة الإنتظار هذه الآن باعطائنا أمل بأننا لن نضيع مستقبلنا في المخيم و نبقى به للابد. – نريد منكم أن تغيرو هذا النظام الحالي الغير ملائمٍ إطلاقاً بأن لا يوجد خيار غير حجز موعدٍ للجوء في مكتب اللجوء اليوناني عن طريق إجراء مكالمة باستخدام السكايب الذي لا يجيب اطلاقاً.- نريد منكم إستبدال طريقة الحجز عن طريق السكايب بمقابلاتٍ وجه لوجه بالمخيمات .
– نريد منكم زيادة النفقات المسخرة لهذه الإجرائية المصيرية للذين هربو من الحرب وعاشوا أسابيع و أسابيع في مكانٍ عديم الامل منذ إغلاق الحدود لإعطائهم شعوراً بلأمل باستمرارية حياتهم
– رجاءً غيروا هذا النظام.- من فضلكم دعونا نقدم للجوء أو إعادة التوطين في المخيمات.
– ساعدونا على مغادرة المجهول.- رجاء وقعوا على هذه العريضة .

Deportation is Criminal: Germany’s corrupted identification practice to execute it’s culture of deportation

Refugees Initiative Schwäbisch Gmünd

protest against the Nigerian Embassy Collaboration

Germany has always Capitalised on the stooge cooperation of Refugee Countries government to execute its racist culture to deport and enforce its massive exclusion policies.

Rise up and Join us in our struggle to fight against the German Colonial Deportation System.

One of such corrupt criminal practices is the ongoing deportation hearing at the Ordnungsamt – Olpe 1 in Dortmund (http://thevoiceforum.org/node/4113) that has continued to persist for decades now and all over Germany unabated.

In 2008, The VOICE Refugee Forum initiated a Nationwide campaign in Germany and Beyond to monitor and protest against the Nigerian Embassy Collaboration: “Another face of Colonialism

The Nigerian Embassy delegates will be identifying Black Africans Asylum seekers and issue deportation documents to facilitate their deportation to Nigeria.

There has been confirmed cases of Asylum seekers like Joseph Doe (Gambian) and Santiago Camara (Sierra Leone) who were identified and issued deportation document that had facilitated their deportation to Nigeria. Video: https://vimeo.com/110095851

The same Nigerian Embassy Officer whose criteria of identifying the Asylum seekers by Physical appearance and Accent is expected to continue this dubious practice in Dortmund this week.

These hearings are organised in cooperation with Federal Police, Alien Offices and many other departments to make up the deportation Cartel.

THE COLLABORATION BY IDENTIFYING THEM AS NIGERIANS, FACILITATE THE RACIST CULTURE TO DEPORT AS MANY AFRICANS AS POSSIBLE TO SITUATION OF TORTURE, IMPRISONMENT, MISERY AND EVEN DEATH.

Nigeria is not a secured Country just like Germany proves to be unsecured for persons needing Protection.

The Camouflaged regime in Nigeria today has proven with its Anti-corruption goal to promote its strategy for selective persecution.

The Increasing Havoc of Boko Haram has continued to cause massive deaths and displacement of Civilians while Mr President is propagating false defeat to the international community.

The 2015 Massacre of Shiite Muslims and the continuous repression of  people calling for a Sovereign State of Biafra are just but a few of countless violence masterminded by the Nigerian State and in turn promoting extra judicial Killings, imprisonment and massive displacement of persons since the colonial era in Nigeria.

Ongoing development expresses the Buhari Regime readiness to justify violent use of Ammunition on unarmed protesters as the case may be.

State persecution of Homosexuals and the LGBT`s Gay community in Nigeria continue to face massive Stigma and Criminalization which contains penalties of up to 14 years imprisonment through a Bill passed into force since 2014.

The role of Imperialist Countries like Germany cannot be undermined in the whole development of displacement, Persecution, Poverty that is connected with the Continuous exploitation of our Countries.

We remember the collaboration of the EU in the gruesome murder of our brave brothers, Sisters, friends and comrades like Ken Saro Wiwa and many others who stood to de-mask the crimes of Multinationals in Niger Delta, the Ogoni and Odi Massacre amongst many atrocities committed by the Nigerian government in service to the colonial Monsters.

The wasteful Tour of Nigerian and African leaders seeking financial aids and begging for help from the Slave trade drivers means more to the colonisation process contributed to further exploitation of Nigeria and Africa as a whole.

We are Refugees today because Germany and its imperialist Clique has continued to plunder our resources, promoted corruption and exploitation through proxy wars, continuous enslavement of our government and embezzlement through so-called development aids alongside the several criminal policies directed at maintaining their geopolitical control of Africa. All these are the attributes to their source of funding the expansion of prisons and the deportation of Africans from Europe.

Nigeria Embassy In Germany Corruptly Collects €500 On Each Deported Nigerian – The VOICE Network News TVNN http://thevoiceforum.org/node/2215

Nigerian Embassy as collaborators must Stop trading with the lives of African Refugees.

Deportation is Criminal and It is Torture and Murder!

Stop the deportations, Stop the deportation collaboration and Embassy’s hearing now!

Rise up against the corruption and Join us in our struggle to fight аgainst the German Colonial Deportation System.

Support our long years of continuous protest against abuse of refugees rights in Germany and Europe

See Archive Link:
Nigeria Embassy Deportation Collaboration

For more information, please contact:
Refugee Initiative Schwäbisch Gmünd
Email: initiativerefugees.sgmd@yahoo.com
Tel.: 015216702238

Video: Emergency shelter in Wiesenstraße throws out Syrian refugee woman at night

Klick HERE for the Press Release which was published few days ago.

Watch the video: https://vimeo.com/154353396

International Women Space got to know Viviana when she was still living the emergency shelter (Lager) at the Wiesenstraße, in Wedding, Berlin. On te 29th of January we went to the Notunterkunft to have a coffee with Viviana and see how she was. The moment we met, Viviana was already showing signs of stress. No wonder, she was one of the few women living in a shared space of a former Basketball Hall with 200 men having only her bed as a place of her own.

Invitation: What no one talks about – Refugees from Sudan

When? 11. 02. | 19:00 – 21:00

Where? Regenbogenfabrik | Lausitzer Straße 22, 10999 Berlin-Kreuzberg

german translation below

During the second Sudanese civil war that went on for 22 years, Omar al-Bashir assumed power in 1989. Al-Bashir is the first and only officiating president worldwide who is wanted for genocide, war crime and crimes against humanity. Unimpeded by the UNAMID stationed in Darfur, the regime committed numerous human rights violations, such as expulsions of whole villages, aimed destructions of livelihoods, arbitrary torture, execution, abuse and mass rape in Darfur, South Kordofan and Blue Nile.

Radmila bleibt – alle bleiben!

Erklärung von Radmila zu ihrer Ablehnung als Härtefall durch die thüringer Härtefallkommission am 13.01.2016

Warum hat die Härtefallkommission meine Situation nicht in Betracht gezogen? Ich habe nicht erwartet, dass sie auf diese Weise entscheiden und ich werde weiter für mein Recht kämpfen.
Ich habe das Recht Aufenthalt zu bekommen, weil ich alleinstehend bin; weder in Serbien, noch in Deutschland habe ich Familie. Frauen in dieser Situation muss Aufenthalt gewährt werden. Ich sehe darin die Diskriminierung alleinstehender Frauen! Sie müssen aber von Deutschland geschützt werden, sie müssen aufgenommen und Aufenthalt muss gegeben werden.

Deutschland soll mir schriftlich geben, dass mein Leben in Serbien nicht gefährdet ist!

[serbisch: Deklaracija Radmile Anić o svojoj pretnji u Srbiji. ]
[russisch: Заявление Радмилы Аник об угрозе еë жизни в Сербии.]
[deutsch: Erklärung von Radmila Anić zu ihrer Bedrohung in Serbien]
[englisch: Radmila Anić’s declaration concerning her menace in Serbia]

credit: breakdeportation.blogsport.de

Radmila Anic – MDR Beitrag vom 11. Juni 2015 from Rrom_nja on Vimeo.

Letter from a norwegian detention center to the ‘Minister of Migration and Integration’, Sylvi Listhaug

poster designed by Ahmed Isam Aldin against war in Sudan
there’s a norwegian version further below!

To the Minister of Migration and Integration, Sylvi Listhaug (postmottak@jd.dep.no) and to the Norwegian Directorate for Immigration’s Northern Region Office (rkn@udi.no)

In copy:
The Mayor of Sør-Varanger, Rune Rafaelsen (rurf@svk.no)
The Norwegian Organization for Asylum Seekers (noas@noas.org)
The municipal newspaper Sør-Varanger Avis (redaksjon@sva.no)
The Director of the UNHCR bureau for Europe, Vincent Cochetel (cochetel@unhcr.org)
Halvor Frihagen, Lawyer at Advokatfirma Andersen & Bache-Wiig  (frihagen@abwiig.no)

Saturday, January 23, 2016

Dear Sir / Madam,

I want to inform you that I am under arrest without having violated any law or committed any crime. This reminds me of the many times I was arrested by the repressive Sudanese regime for my peaceful activism and for defending my rights and the rights of exploited people. But this time I am under arrest for trusting the human rights values and obligations of the Norwegian State.

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