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Demo on June 16th: EU stop killing refugees! -Norway, stop the collaboration with the Sudanese Dictatorship!

Call for Action at the Norwegian embassy in Berlin on June 16th, 1pm

Norway collaborates with the Sudanese Dictator Omar Al Bashir to enable him to kill and torture members of the oppositional groups:
About one month ago Oslo hosted delegates and members of Omar Al Bashir Militia and National Intelligence Security Services (NISS) – they covered them under the title authorities for Sudanese Interiors Affairs). Their mission was to facilitate the deportation process of political activists and victims of the war in Darfur. Norway imprisoned about 20 of those refugees from Sudan in Oslo, and they already deported six of them back to Sudan. Insiders confirmed that two of them were arrested immediately after their arrival in Sudan and that they are kept in NISS’ jails until now. Noone knows about their situation in prison. The other two had been arrested and tortured for 8 hours before they were released. The last two disappeared.

Demo against the dictatorship in Sudan

  Hey krimineller Diktator! – Über 350 Demonstrant_innen haben am 14.02.2015 in Berlin gemeinsam mit den Refugees vom Weißekreuzplatz Hannover vor der sudanesischen Botschaft gegen die Zusammenarbeit der deutschen und der sudanesischen Regierung protestiert. Sudanes_innen und Unterstützer_innen aus ganz Niedersachsen waren dazu mit zwei voll besetzten Bussen angereist. Nachträgliche Auflagen der Polizei untersagten die Abschlusskundgebung direkt vor dem Botschaftsgebäude, das mit einem hohen Polizeiaufgebot abgeriegelt wurde. Die Kundgebung musste auf der anderen Straßenseite etwa 15 Meter entfernt durchgeführt werden, von wo aus die Refugees ein Ende der Diktatur Omar Al-Bashirs forderten.

Für aktuelle infos zur Situation in Sudan und zur Kooperationen des dortigen Regimes mit europäischen Ländern: http://seesudan.wordpress.com/

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Refugee Activists From Sudan Occupy Sudanese Embassy in Berlin 11.02.2015, Pressekonferenz

Lasst die Presse in die Botschaft rein!!! Pressefreiheit!!!

Hey criminal dictator: This embassy belongs to us! (You must leave now)

We are refugees and political activists from Sudan, today we are peacefully occupying our Sudanese embassy in Berlin, as a protest action to announce our political position against Sudanese regime which is holding the power in Sudan since 1989 through a military coup lead by General Omer Al Bashir who is now a criminal wanted by the international criminal court for crimes against humanity, genocide and war crimes.

Demonstration Feb.14th, 1 pm: Money Kills! Stop Collaboration between Germany and Sudanese Regime

Protestcamp Weißekreuzplatz in Hannover rufen für den 14.02. zu einer Demonstration in Berlin auf. Neben der Kritik an der deutschen Asylpolitik ist zentraler Inhalt der Demonstration der Vorwurf der sudanesischen Asylsuchenden an die Bundesregierung mit dem Regime von Al Bashir im Sudan zu kollaborieren.

Von Hannover werden Busse für eine gemeinsame Anfahrt nach Berlin fahren. Dazu können sich Interessent_innen über die Email fluechtlingscamphannover(at)gmail.com anmelden und Bustickets reservieren. Eine frühzeitige Anmeldung zur besseren Planung wäre wünschenswert.


Why We Are Here Workshop #2, Hope for Sudan

Hope for Sudan
Sunday 25.01.2015, 16:00
Mariannenplatz 2, Berlin
U1/U8 Kottbusser Tor

We are refugee activists from different groups or networks and we would like to tell you the story of our home countries.

The media often report about war and humanitarian problems in our states, but it is not easy to get proper information about the political situation and current political struggles in Africa and Asia. We would like to share in a different way and explain why our countries are called poor, even though everyone knows that they are full of resources, and why we need to support the struggles there in order to give a deeper sense of our struggles here.

Let’s build up international solidarity! Yallah!
Second workshop (Hope for Sudan: The role of nonviolent movements) organized by activists from: “Girifna” (Fed Up) movement, Sudan; Oranienplatz- Refugee Strike, Berlin; and “Wir zijn Hier” Refugee Movement, Amsterdam

OUR RIGHTS: RIGHT HERE. RIGHT NOW: Info-event by Refugee Protest Hannover

Refugee protest Camp Hannover

Seminar: Refugees protest camp, Hannover

Saturday 31th January, at 16.00h, New Yorck (Bethanien)

On 24th May 2014 dozens of Sudanese refugees occupied Weißekreuzplatz, in Hannover and they established the “Refugees protest camp – Hannover” as a sign of refugees’ struggles and resistance against asylum policy in Germany.
They raised their voice to protest against the asylum policy in Germany as well as they are rejecting collaboration between the German and the Sudanese government.
How is the situation in Sudan? What about the suffering of refugees in Niedersachsen as an example of refugees in Germany?
Up to now about seven months have past. What are the demands of them? How is their situation now? How did the authorities in Niedersachsen and in Hannover treat them? What are the difficulties and challenges? What are their plans for the future? What kind of support are they looking for?
You are very welcome and invited to come and join us in our Seminar to listen to and exchange with representatives from refugee protest camp, Hannover!
When: Saturday 31.01.2015, at 16.00h,
Where: New Yorck, Bethanien (Mariannenplatz 2a, U1/U8 Kottbusser Tor)

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