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02.02.2019 Demo für Familiennachzug und Grundrechte

Together for Family Reunification and Fundamental Rights

The first pictures of today you will find at the bottom of this page.

On 1 February 2018, the majority of the members of the German ‚Bundestag‘ decided to continue to suspend family reunification for the family members of subsidiary protected refugees until first of August 2018 and to introduce a new law governing family reunification. Most members of the SPD agreed, so that the SPD could form a government coalition together with the CDU / CSU. On June 15, 2018, this government coalition passed the Family Reunification Renewal Act. This law is since 01.08. 2018 in force: 1000 people per month should be selected from the visa application of family members of refugees with subsidiary protection status and should be allowed to enter as „humanitarian cases“. Thus, the right to family reunification became an arbitrary right of grace.

The experience of recent months shows that the application process is complicated and multi-level and the authorities involved process the applications so slowly that not even these 1,000 people can enter the country each month. By the end of November, only 1562 visas had been issued. This exposes the law as an instrument to prevent family reunification.

At the same time, laws and bureaucratic hurdles prevent many other families from living together, for example by requiring documents for family reunification that refugees from many countries can not obtain.

It makes us angry that the German government and the asylum- and residence laws ignore rights of refugees. We want an unrestricted right to education, the right to safety and a life without persecution. We want respect for all forms of family and the right to live together with our families, we demand a work permit, decent accommodation with privacy and freedom of movement.

With a demonstration in Berlin on 2 February and decentralized actions in other cities in Germany on 1. and 2. February, we want to show that we will continue to protest together until basic and human rights finally apply to all.

We are calling for a demonstration in Berlin:

    Saturday, 02.02.2019
    Starting: 13h S-Bahnhof Friedrichstraße
    Abschlusskundgebung: Bundesministerium des Innern, für Bau und Heimat (Near Hauptbahnhof)

Further actions are plannes in NRW (Bochum or Köln), in Mainz and in Frankfurt.

Supporting Organisations and Initiatives:

AG Bleiben Köln
agis (antirassistische gruppe internationale solidarität) Darmstadt
AK Asyl – Flüchtlingsrat Rheinland-Pfalz e.V.
Aktion Freiheit statt Angst
Ausländerarbeit der Ev. Galiläa-Samariter-Kirchengemeinde Berlin
BBZ – Beratungs- und Betreuungszentrum für junge Flüchtlinge und Migrant*innen / KommMit – für Migranten und Flüchtlinge e.V., Berlin
Be an Angel e.V.,Berlin
BumF e.V. Bundesfachverband unbegleitete minderjährige Flüchtlinge
Bündnis Griechenlandsolidarität Berlin
Bundesweite Projektgruppe Attac gegen Rechts
Care Revolution Regionalgruppe Hamburg
Community for all – Solidarische Gemeinschaften statt Abschiebegefängnis Darmstadt
Flüchtlingsrat Berlin
Flüchtlingsrat Hamburg e.V.
Flüchtlingsrat Mecklenburg-Vorpommern e.V.
Flüchtlingsrat Niedersachsen e.V.
Flüchtlingsrat Sachsen-Anhalt e.V.
Flüchtlingsrat Schleswig-Holstein e.V.
Flüchtlingsrat Thüringen e.V.
Frauenkreise Berlin
Hessischer Flüchtlingsrat
inEUmanity Leipzig
Initiative ‚Familienleben für Alle!
Initiative gegen das EU-Grenzregime Berlin
Initiative Zusammen Leben e.V. Berlin
Jugendliche ohne Grenzen (JOG)
Jumen e.V. – Juristische Menschenrechtsarbeit in Deutschland
kargah e.V- Verein für interkulturelle Kommunikation, Migrations- und Flüchtlingsarbeit Hannover
Kontakt- und Beratungsstelle für Flüchtlinge und Migrant_innen (KuB) e.V. Berlin
LabourNet Germany
move e. V. Verein zur Bildung und Kommunikation in der Sexarbeit Berlin
Multitude e.V. Berlin
NETZ für Selbstverwaltung und Kooperation Berlin-Brandenburg e.V.
PRO ASYL
Refugee Law Clinic Berlin e.V.
Refugee Law Clinic Jena e.V.
Refugee Network – Hilfe für Geflüchtete Göttingen e.V.
Sächsischer Flüchtlingsrat e.V.
Seebrücke
Solinet Hannover
UnserVeto – Bayern, Verband der ehrenamtlichen Flüchtlingshelfer in Bayern
Wedding-hilft Berlin
Willkommensinitiative ‚Willkommen im Westend Berlin‘
XENION Psychosoziale Hilfen für politisch Verfolgte e.V. Berlin

The first pictures from this afternoon

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read more http://familienlebenfueralle.net/2018/12/gemeinsam-fuer-familiennachzug-und-grundrechte/


Category[23]: Flucht & Migration Short-Link to this page: a-fsa.de/e/2ZL
Link to this page: https://www.aktion-freiheitstattangst.org/de/articles/6757-20190202-demo-fuer-familiennachzug-und-grundrechte.htm
Link with Tor: nnksciarbrfsg3ud.onion/de/articles/6757-20190202-demo-fuer-familiennachzug-und-grundrechte.htm
Tags: #Familiennachzug #Asyl #Flucht #Folter #Abschiebung #Migration #Frontex #Fluggastdatenbank #EuroDAC #Europol #Schengen #VisaWaiver #Verfolgung #Demo #Aktivitaet
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