Update: The Common Eruopean Asylum System

Update: The Common Eruopean Asylum System

We have updated our infosheet about the Common European Asyl System:   September 2017, ineumanity malmö   Common European Asylum System (CEAS) is a set of bills aimed at further harmonising European asylum policy. The system consists of seven bills. Each bill has its own rapporteur and its own separate process. The seven rapporteurs form a group called the “Asylum Contact… Read more →

Rechercheergebnisse: EU Grenzregime - Ursachen, Strategien und Konsequenzen

Rechercheergebnisse: EU Grenzregime – Ursachen, Strategien und Konsequenzen

Festung Europa ist für uns die Beschreibung eines Abschottungsprozesses der EU. Als Mitverantwortliche an weltweiter Ausbeutung und der dafür notwendigen Destabilisierung liegt es im Interesse der EU-Mitglieder die Folgen ihrer Zerstörung abzuwehren. So sehen sich Geflüchtet immer weiteren Zäunen, neuen Gesetzen, roher Gewalt und kalter Ignoranz ausgesetzt. Von dern Hallen in Brüssel, über die Grenzen Ungarns, Frontex im Mittelmeer bis… Read more →

Life's Good - For Whom?

Life’s Good – For Whom?

Down and out in Paris revisited. An Impression “Life’s good”; a huge sign on a building reaching far above the streets right outside the city center of Paris. On streetlevel below a few hundred refugees sleep every night. They wait to get access to an asylum procedure in France and to get a sleeping place inside a camp. Since spring… Read more →

Fascism and Violence in Refugee and Migrant Camps

Last week, 2nd of August, a refugee has been attacked by a group of fascists near a refugee camp in Sombor. Around 9pm the man walked some meters out of the camp to get his things which were laying in the forest near the camp where the residents of the camp use to sit together, wash their clothes and where… Read more →

Paris - Waiting for Rights

Paris – Waiting for Rights

These pictures illustrate the situation in Paris, where hundreds upon hundreds of people are waiting to seek asylum. Everyday there are long queues at the asylum offices, where they have to wait hours and hours in the sun, day after day. Until they are registered they have no opportunity for shelter or housing – the camps are full and strictly… Read more →

Afghanistan is Not Safe – Stop Deportations

Structural Violence This year some of us were in the Balkan talking with people who are fleeing and migrating, trying for months already to enter the EU, and all they face is violence. They told about the police violence in the different countries where they got through, about the border violence at all the borders which they tried to cross… Read more →

Deportations to Afghanistan and Criminalising Refugees

Deportations to Afghanistan and Criminalising Refugees

Deportations to Afghanistan and Criminalising Refugees War in Afghanistan The for thursday planned deportations from Germany to the capital of Afghanistan are delayed, due to the carbomb that blasted wednesday morning in the citycentre of Kabul, which killed at least 90 people.  But, the deportations were not delayed because of the dangerous situation for the people, but because the German… Read more →

Podiumsdiskussionen Asylpolitik und Grenzen - 7.6. und 9.6. in Leipzig - Event

Podiumsdiskussionen Asylpolitik und Grenzen – 7.6. und 9.6. in Leipzig – Event

inEUmanity Vertreter*innen im Gespräch und Diskussion über Asylpolitik und Militarisierung der Grenzen in Deutschland und der EU — Nächste Woche stehen 2 Podiumsdiskussionen mit inEUmanity in Leipzig an: Im Grassi Museum sprechen wir am Mittwoch den 7. Juni mit Max Pichl, Asylrechtexperte, über anstehende Asylpolitikreformen wo unter Dublin IV, und im welchem Licht wir das sehen. In Grünau sprechen wir… Read more →

“Deutschland sperrt ein” – AK 625

  We want to promote a (german) article on this topic: “Deutschland sperrt ein”   New Levels of Inhumanity are reached in the plan of a regulation of Refugees and Deportation in Germany. The plan is about putting people, whos asylum is rejected in centres for unkown time where they have to live like in a prison: checking in and… Read more →