“It feels like a punishment”

Out of the frying pan into the fire! Emmanuel Annor, activist and member of Our Voice, was transfered to a Refugee Camp in Rheinfelden after one year in the first arival camp (Landeserstaufnahme, LEA) in Freiburg. The information his transfer first made him happy but he was quickly disillusioned as…

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Deported after 7 years in Europe
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Deported after 7 years in Europe

After living in Europe for 7 years, Quashie Tagoe was taking from the first arrival camp in Freiburg on october 23 and deported back to Ghana on October 29. Now, he has to start a new life in a country which he had left many years ago with no money…

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HörBar mit dem “Netzwerk medien.vielfalt!” – Migrantisierte Menschen aus ganz Deutschland melden sich zu Wort

Bei der HörBar vom Netzwerk medien.vielfalt! werden Inhalte in Text, Ton und Bild gebündelt. Zu hören gibt es viele persönlichen Geschichten von Menschen, die fliehen mussten, aber auch Gespräche mit türkischen Rechtsanwält*innen, kamerunischen Umweltaktivist*innen und afghanischen Beamt*innen und noch viel mehr. Außerdem werden hier ausgewählte Veranstaltungen des Symposiums gestreamt. Die…

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“I am not safe at home”

In 2015 many refugees reached Germany. Jafaru Momodu came one year later. Five years after his arrival to Germany, he still faces threads of being deported back to his home country where he does not feel safe anymore. He tells us more about his struggles.

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Refugee Radio Network – the first radio station in Germany by and for refugees

In 2014, a year before the so-called wave of refugees, Larry Maccauley founded the Refugee Radio Network, which is considered the first radio station in Germany by and for refugees. With this program, refugees had the opportunity to talk about their own issues for the first time. Larry tells how…

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Undisturbed Podcast Episode 1 published!

The first episode of Undisturbed, a new story-telling podcast has been published on podcasting platforms. I, Bijan Sabbagh, introduce activist faces around the Europe on Undisturbed. Join me in listening to the stories they have for me! Undisturbed music is created by Jonas. All derivatives of podcast possible according to…

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6. African Cultural and Democratic Dialogue

Roles of migrant organisations and local partners in creating perspective for young women and men in Nigeria using permaculture „What are the dreams and wishes of young Africans with regard to improving their living conditions? What demands do we make on politics?“ „How are colonisation, flight and causes of flight…

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Corona Crisis – Protests in Refugee Camp in Bremen

Psychosis continues to spread to the inhabitants of the first refugee arrival centres in Germany during this period of health crisis. This is the case of the inhabitants of the Lindenstraße camp in Bremen, who came out on April 2 to express their fear of the Covid-19 pandemic and to draw attention on the…

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