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Muhammad al-Kashef from Watch The Med – Alarmphone : “rather than externalizing borders and building walls, UE should be externalizing real solidarity and respect for the human rights”

During the PPT in Berlin, we have interviewed the human rights lawyer Muhammad al-Kashef . He’s a member of Watch The Med – Alarmphone – a self-organized hotline for refugees in distress in the Mediterranean Sea.  Rather than externalizing borders and building walls, UE should be externalizing real solidarity and respect for the human rights

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Fatuma Musa Afrah from United Action e.V. : “I hope by sharing we can find a solution together or improve for the better.”

We have interviewed Fatuma Musa Afrah, from United Action e.V., about her intervention today in the Permanent People’s Tribunal Berlin. She talks about the limited access to health care for refugee women in the EU. These problems will only be solved if we unite together!  I hope by sharing we can find a solution together or improve for the […]

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Ramona Lenz’s from Medico International interview about Moria camp : “Catastrophic situation of the people there, especially in terms of healthcare.”

During the PPT in Berlin, we have interviewed Ramona Lenz. She’s working for medico international – a German human rights organisation – and she told us about her experience in the Moria camp. Catastrophic situation of the people there, especially in terms of healthcare. They do not have access to adequate healthcare

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Kalash Okali de l’association Corasol: “Mais je ne comprends pas pourquoi on peut me dire un matin – tu dois rentrer au Cameroun”

[FR]Kalash Okali de l’association Corasol témoigne de son parcours en tant que personne migrante en Allemagne et appelle le gouvernement Allemand à agir 📢 “Je ne suis pas seul, nous sommes nombreux à avoir un travail, […] mais je ne comprends pas pourquoi on peut me dire un matin – tu dois rentrer au Cameroun” […]

A testimony from an undocumented Filipina migrant : undocumented migrants and Covid Pandemics

Early on in the pandemic, dozens of migrant rights charities and church leaders wrote to the prime minister calling for temporary leave to remain to be granted to all migrants and asylum seekers, to prevent exploitation, destitution and homelessness and to ensure universal access to benefits, public services and medical care. The government always claimed […]

A testimony from an undocumented teenager migrant : mental health and EU migration politics

There is a widespread perception that undocumented migrant and refugee children are particularly vulnerable to trauma – including the trauma of being “unaccompanied” on their migrant or refugee journey. It is also recognised that detention and confinement in prison or detention centres or in locked-in camps is particularly devastating for children. However, this practice has become […]

A testimony from a woman migrant worker: access to health care and EU migration politics

Migrant women organisations and women’s rights organisations are applying CEDAW (Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women) concerns about access to healthcare for undocumented women. As Sara, a migrant woman in The Netherlands, comments: “Migrant (undocumented) women and healthcare professionals still lack knowledge on the right to health of women and […]