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Nr. 56: My name is Ekaterina

Ekaterina Lemonjava is a Georgian journalist and migrants’ rights activist who was imprisoned in 2012 in the Polish detention camp Lesznowola: a closed camp for women, children, and families. The same year, she was deported…

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Welcome to Europe: You Are Stuck in the Laboratory

In the south-eastern corner of Europe, Greece is heavily affected by the economic crisis. Greece is used as a laboratory for neoliberal policies that impoverish the population – and create social unrest and confusion. Meanwhile,…

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Undocubus. Photo: Barni Qaasim

Coming Out as Undocumented: Notes on Undocubus

“¡Sin Papeles, Sin Miedo!”, “No Papers, No Fear!”, with these words a group of illegalized migrants descended from a bus at the Democratic National Convention that was just about to re-elect Barack Obama as their…

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Stop Deportations – and the demarcation …

Stop Deportations – and the demarcation between ‘peaceful volunteers’ and ‘violent activists’ Arrests and deportations of rejected asylum seekers takes place in a kind of twilight zone outside the public eye. Stop Deportations is the…

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