Seebrücke – create safe harbours Accepting the death of thousands of people in the Mediterranean Sea for the further isolation of Europe and the sake of gaining political power is unforgivable and contradicts any form of humanity. Migration is and has always been part of our society! Instead of politicians like Salvini, Seehofer or Kurz closing borders, we need an open Europe, cities of solidarity and safe harbours for Refugees and people in need. Because we cannot wait until politicians in Europe or Berlin change their minds and create humane political solutions, we have to act now! And there are
We are now offering mobile counseling for refugees in Bautzen at the office of the “Ostsächsische Dienstleistungs- und Service GmbH” in Humboldtstraße 21, 02625 Bautzen.
Open in 2018 from 10 am to 2 pm on the following dates:
18. July, 01. August, 29. August, 12. September, 26. September, 10. October, 24. October, 07. Novembre, 21. Novembre, 05. Decembre, 19. Decembre
We are now offering mobile counseling for refugees in Pirna, located at the office of AG Asylsuchende e.V. in Sächsische Schweiz-Osterzgebirge, Lange Straße 38a (Internationales Begegnunszentrum).
Open from 1 pm to 4 pm on the following dates:
2. August 2018, 6. September 2018, 04. Oktober 2018, 01. November 2018, 06. December 2018
Come to the protest for a safer mediteranean sea through emergency sea rescue! For humanitarian policy and against the type of fortress that Europe degenerated into. On July 29th, we’re going to march across Dresden, stand up for our beliefs and enjoy our Sunday with some nice little protest, with music and lots of solidarity. Be there!
Deportations to Afghanistan? Not with us! 1,674 people signed a petition, addressed to Saxon state government. On January 31st we will hand over the petition in Saxon State Parliament. It is obvious, that the people who are deported find themselves in a country that is definitely not safe. Only because of the incitement of a few, shouting on the streets and in parliament, democracy, human rights and the right to seek and receive protection are questioned. Those suffer, who did nothing else than escaping. It’s a joke that only those are supposed to be affected, who committed a criminal offence,
Deportation to Afghanistan from Leipzig at October 24th Approximately 120 people demonstrated at Leipzig / Halle airport this morning against deportations to Afghanistan. It is murderous when people are consciously deported to a war zone. The demonstration was preceded by a protest camp on Augustusplatz, Leipzig, lasting for four days. A monitoring of all deportations at Leipzig / Halle aiport is urgently needed. According to dpa, the flight will depart in the evening hours.