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Syrian woman expelled from Berlin refugee camp for defending human rights / Syrische Frau wurde aus Notunterkunft in Berlin hinausgeworfen, weil sie ihre Menschenrechte einforderte

Syrian woman expelled from Berlin refugee camp for defending human rights – English Version Below

Mujer siria expulsada de un campamento para refugiados en Berlín por exigir derechos – versión… 1,903 more words

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Czech Republic: the refugee crisis and systematic human rights violations

By Sarah Ben-Moussa

As refugees travel to Europe in search of sanctuary, some have been crossing through the Czech Republic, which is often merely a passing point on the way to other parts of Europe, such as Germany or Sweden. 910 more words

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Emergency shelter in Wisenstraße throws out Syrian refugee woman at night

IWS got to know Viviana when she was still living the emergency shelter at the Wiesenstraße, in Wedding, Berlin. On the 29th of January we went to the Notunterkunft to have a coffee with Viviana and see how she was. 362 more words

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WEM GEHÖRT KREUZBERG: Social City - refugees are neighbours

The neighborhood initiative WEM GEHÖRT KREUZBERG invites you to a meeting of neighbors and refugees on February 4th at 6pm, starting 6.30pm at Heilig-Kreuz-Kirche in Kreuzberg. 664 more words

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"It is About Freedom of Movement"- a refugee woman on life before and after arriving in Germany

“It is About Freedom of Movement” is one of the testimonials of refugee women in Germany published in our book IN OUR OWN WORDS / … 7,103 more words

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Social Media: A Platform for Human Rights Education

“Learning is by no means an exclusively school-based activity, even though the role played by formal schooling continues to be pivotal. Learning is presented in every atom of the universe. 1,017 more words

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Beyond the numbers: what does it mean to be a resettled refugee?

When it comes to states’ response to the refugee crisis unfolding across Europe, much media attention has focused on the number of refugees these states have committed to accept. 876 more words

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