Since today morning we 36 people demonstrate in front of district office in Ebersberg, near to Munich.
We are the refugees from Refugee Struggle for Freedom. Since 2012 until now on the streets we are protesting for our basic human rights. As refugee it´s really hard to get basic human rights in Germany because we didn´t born here – just this is our fault.
We did lots of protests in these 5 years in whole Germany but until now we are in the streets and nothing changed for us. We don´t know what should we do. How many years we have to fight – just to reach our basic human rights?
Right now the conditions are really bad for refugees in Germany. Every day refugees get deported in their home countries – without any reasons.
Lots of refugees committed suicide and finished their lives just because we are not allowed to do what we want to do. We put our lives in danger to reach a better life in Germany because in our countries there is war. Every day people are dying with bombings and so we came here to Germany for a better life.
Now German Government is playing with us. They don´t give us any right a German citizen has. We are protesting in Ebersberg, near Munich since today. From tomorrow, 23rd of May 2017 on we will start dry hunger strike – no food, no water.
Our demands are: Right 2 Stay || Stop Deportation || No Discrimination in Society (equal rights for all) || Work Permission
These are the basic human rights that we want.
We are here and we will fight – Freedom of movement is everybodies right
Our solidarity with the protesting people at Brienner Straße in Berlin. They went out of the camp on the streets to demand better conditions. Read more here
Our solidarity with the protesting Oromo refugees. They demonstrate against deprotation to Ethiopia, for the release of all political prisoners, for the support of the peaceful protest of the oromo and an independent investigation massacre in the Irrecha on 2nd of October 2016 in Buschoftu. Demonstration: 23th of May 2017, 6 p.m. Wasserburger Landstraße 23, Trudering