Les droits de nos enfants sont niés. L’un des droits de chaque enfant est d’avoir un acte de naissance. Mais nos enfants ne l’ont pas. Ils sont nés à Brême, mais le Standesamt refuse de leur donner un acte de naissance. Et ils refusent d’inscrire le nom du père sur le acte de naissance, parce… Read more »
10 pages of stories, statements and testimonies in Turkish, Greek, Urdu, Italian, Russian, English, Farsi, German, and French. The articles will be subsequently published here as single posts in the upcoming weeks. The PDF version can be read and downloaded down below You can order printed copies from January 16th by writing to: firstname.lastname@example.org
by Women in Exile For months, camp residents, activists and migrant organisations have been warning of a catastrophe in the camp in Moria. The warnings were ignored. The EU has preferred to sit back and try(!) to make the people into minor roles in its dirty theatre of deterrence. But they will never manage that!… Read more »
My name is Raed Alabd. I am from Syria. I came here to the Lesbos Island to Moria camp on 9 December 2019. I came alone. I was working in Syria as a agency advisor for health, safety and environment for petrol companies and I liked my job. After one month, when I came here… Read more »
Update 2/9/2020: This call was the second open letter to the EU and its member states to evict the Moria camp on the greek island of Lesvos in face of the pandemic threat. The inhabitants of the overcrowded camp have not received any answer so far, while everyone on the spot, including the support initiatives… Read more »
de Ben / di Ben Italiano vedi sotto Il n’y a pas des mots pour décrire la souffrance des gens. Des femmes enceintes, des enfants petits, des malades se trouvent sans soutien dans des camps. Les conditions de vie ne sont pas imaginable. L’hygiène est impossible – comment respecter s’il n’y a ni du savon,… Read more »
This time, we publish our newspaper – which is the own voice of the refugee movement – as a special issue.
Update (10 August): The issue has been delivered and can now be picked up in Café Karanfil! You can also download and read a digital PDF version here: The issue consists of stories, statements and testimonies of people in isolated European lagers during Corona times. Languages of the texts this time: Turkish, Arabic, Urdu, Italian,… Read more »
The new issue of Daily Resistance is out (#6) and ready for distribution!
What is the current situation of our newspaper Daily Resistance? How could and should it continue? The second Daily Resistance Assembly takes place on June 23, 2019 in Café Karanfil. Come, discuss and decide with us!