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Neues Deutschland vom 2.3.2013: Wer aufmuckt, wird ausgewiesen

Tagesspiegel vom 27.2.2013: Flüchtlinge kämpfen gegen Residenzpflicht: Der Protest rollt weiter

Antrag der Fraktion Bündnis 90/Die Grünen im Abgeordnetenhaus Berlin vom 15.10.2013: Bleiberecht für in Berlin lebende Flüchtlinge gewähren

Tagesspiegel vom 10.10.2013: Zuflucht bei der EU




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Home Litmag Crimemag Musikmag Rubriken Über uns SHOP RSS Feed Ein Bericht von der Lesung „Flucht nach Europa“ Kolumnen und Themen, Litmag | Sophie Sumburane | 22. April 2015 09:29

„Wer ist hier der Illegale?“

The Refugees Are Coming!!!

Andre Vltchek is a philosopher, novelist, filmmaker and investigative journalist. He covered wars and conflicts in dozens of countries. His latest books are: “Exposing Lies Of The Empire” and Fighting Against Western Imperialism.Discussion with Noam Chomsky: On Western TerrorismPoint of No Return is his critically acclaimed political novel. Oceania – a book on Western imperialism in the South Pacific. His provocative book about Indonesia: “Indonesia – The Archipelago of Fear”. Andre is making films for teleSUR and Press TV. After living for many years in Latin America and Oceania, Vltchek presently resides and works in East Asia and the Middle East. He can be reached through his website or his Twitter.

Action – Nigeria Embassy, Berlin, 10.05.2012

Opening WE WILL RISE كُلّﻪ ما تَمامْ Exhibition and Archive in Progress

Openned on 6th of Aug 2015 at Kreuzberg Museum

WE WILL RISE gives a space for reflection for the people of the refugee movement as well as an exchange with people who are not (yet) part of the movement. It is a growing exhibition and
archive. It focuses especially on the time since the tent actions and the protest march from
Würzburg to Berlin, the protest camp on Oranienplatz and the squatting of the former school in Ohlauerstr. It has the aim to make history visible and accessible and to use it for the present and the future. The exhibition and archive is just a beginning. It can only grow if you take part in it and add what is important to you.
We want to struggle together with you for a permanent place for this work.

Uganda’s LGBT community celebrates Pride – discreetly

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