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Sea-Watch Conference 20.06.2017

On 20th June 2017, Women in Exile will participate in a conference of the Sea-Watch group which is saving people from drowning in the Mediterreanian Sea. Here you can find more information.

 

 

Mobilization against the G20 Africa Conference this June in Berlin

 

Women in Exile in MOVEMENTS vol 3

we are very pleased to announce the release of the new issue of movements. Journal for Critical Migration and Border Regime Studies:
    
movements volume 3, issue 1/2017  |  Contested movements to and through EUrope
Issue 3 (1) addresses two facets of EUropean migration politics that are rarely scrutinised in their relation to one another: the conflicts around internal EU migration and social rights, as well as the dynamics of the EU’s border and asylum policies since the 2015/2016 border regime crisis.
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For a Berlin of Solidarity, Diversity and Migrants

Even if we are mainly active in Brandenburg, we fully support the call of many groups for a Berlin of Solidarity, Diversity and Migrants.

Our demands:

1. An immediate halt of deportations from Berlin. The right to stay for all newly arrived Berlin residents.

2. No deportations from Berlin to Afghanistan!

3. On the federal level, we call on the Berlin government to put all their efforts toward preventing a further tightening of the asylum law!