Archive | Januar 2018

18. Februar: Österreichweiter Aktionstag gegen Abschiebungen

Together we stand – Don’t send Refugees back!

 
„Am 18. Februar findet ein europaweiter Aktionstag gegen Abschiebungen statt. Migrant_innen, Geflüchtete und solidarische Menschen setzen gemeinsam ein starkes Zeichen gegen Abschiebungen. Auch in Österreich werden an diesem Tag viele Veranstaltungen stattfinden.

Am Flughafen Wien findet eine Kunstaktion gegen Abschiebungen statt.

Vor der Afghanischen Botschaft wird gegen die EU-Abschiebe-Politik demonstriert. Ab 17 Uhr kommen wir am Ballhausplatz zu einer Kundgebung mit Livemusik zusammen. In Ostermiething in Oberösterreich lädt der Verein FAIRnetzung ab 17 Uhr zum gemeinsamen Weltcafé im Pfarrheim ein. Updates findet ihr auf den Seiten unten. Weitere Orte gesellen sich laufend dazu. Deiner auch?

Wir laden alle solidarischen Menschen ein, sich einer bestehenden Aktion anzuschließen oder selbst etwas zu planen und umzusetzen: Ob Kunstaktionen, Straßentheater, Musikflashmobs, gemeinsames Essen, Filmscreenings, Diskussionen, Demonstrationen oder direkte Aktionen – alles ist willkommen!

Setzen wir am 18. Februar gemeinsam ein Zeichen! Gegen Abschiebungen – für ein Bleiberecht für alle!

Österreich rühmt sich damit „Abschiebemeister Europas“ zu sein und hat seine eigene Geschichte entsorgt – dem Rechtsextremismus und Rassismus stehen Tür und Tor offen. Die Diskussionen um Absurditäten wie österreichische oder gar europäische Werte stellen Geflüchtete und Migrant_innen als „Andere“, Unbekannte oder Böse dar und dienen dazu, politische Maßnahmen wie Gebietsbeschränkungen, Lagerzwang oder Ausgangssperren oder auch die Verkürzung der Dauer von Asylverfahren durchzusetzen, mit denen die Bleibe- und Bewegungsfreiheit der Betroffenen
eingeschränkt wird.
Auch die Europäische Union scheut keine Mittel und Wege, um Geflüchtete und Migrant_innen abzuwehren: Unter dem Deckmantel der Bekämpfung von „Fluchtursachen“ werden Abkommen und Deals mit Diktaturen wie Eritrea oder dem Sudan geschlossen. Es ist kein Kampf gegen die Ursachen, sondern gegen die Flüchtenden. 2016 wurde ein Rückübernahmeabkommen mit Afghanistan
abgeschlossen, sodass nunmehr Menschen im Tausch für Geld in den Krieg zurückverbannt werden.
Auch mit libyschen Milizen, die in Sklaverei und Folter involviert sind, hat die EU ein solches Abkommen, was zur Folge hat, dass ein Land nach dem anderen die Grenzen schließt und militarisiert. Europa macht sich so mitverantwortlich für den Tod von tausenden Menschen in der Wüste, im Meer und in Kriegsgebieten.“ (*Quelle)

Europaweite Veranstaltungen: http://dontsendafghansback.eu/
* Veranstaltungen in Österreich: https://www.facebook.com/events/2027086717569857/ oder auf:
http://no-racism.net/article/5300
Kontakt: AktionstaggegenAbschiebungen@gmx.at

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Know your risk – Avoid your deportation!

In case you are potentially concerned of a deportation flight, we sincerely recommend you to be on alert and to do your best to protect yourself. Do not allow them to deport you and to put your life in danger!

We also ask you to pass on this information to family members, friends and persons within your community who may be potentially concerned.

Who may be concerned by deportations?

– Persons who have had a second negative decision in their asylum case. Persons who have missed to make an appeal against their first negative decision. Those who have made one, but haven´t received „Aufschiebende Wirkung“ (legal stay while waiting for the asylum decision) yet.

– Persons living in Austria under undocumented, irregular conditions.

– The risk is a lot higher if somebody is already under severe pressure from state authorities to leave Austria.

– Troubles with Austrian law enforcement authorities and having a criminal case on one’s record can increase risks of being deported. However, persons who have never had such problems are equally concerned.

Situations of high risk to get arrested for a deportation:

– If you are informed to show up at a police station for “gelinderes Mittel”. It is dangerous to go if you are presently under deportation threat.

– For persons under deportation threat, it is equally dangerous to get into a situation of “racial profiling” police controls. Such racist controls are common at places like railway stations or underground stops, but also at some other police control hotspots. It is recommended to avoid such places in case you are under deportation threat.

– The “Meldeadresse”, as an officially registered address, is the place where police will show up first if they look for you to deport you.

How to avoid a deportation:

– Be aware of potential dangers (see points above).

– If you have received your first negative asylum decision you should immediately contact your legal adviser or your lawyer to make an appeal against it. Be aware that the chances of Afghans to get subsidiary protection or asylum are still pretty high in Austria! Keep in mind that many persons successfully applied against their first negative asylum decisions!

– Do not miss the deadline to make an appeal against your negative asylum decision!

– Inform your legal adviser or your lawyer as well as your friends if you are under deportation threat. That way, others can try to support you in case you get arrested!

– Collect support letters from friends, family members, colleagues, school mates, teachers etc. as well as certificates from schools, cultural projects, volunteer activities, work places etc.!

– If you have new information about any risks of persecution and war in your country of origin, you can use it to make a new asylum application!

– If you suffer from severe physical diseases or mental troubles, get it confirmed by a doctor and present it as a reason against your deportation!

– In case you are arrested, you have the right to a phone call. Inform your legal adviser or your lawyer as well as your friends.

– On a regular passengers’ flight, you have lots of ways to resist: declare you are not willing to fly, demand to talk to the pilot, refuse to sit down on your seat, involve other passengers, and struggle physically, if necessary. However, all this does not work on a mass deportation charter flight with lots of police inside.

– Some persons managed to get out of deportation prisons due to critical health conditions resulting from hunger strikes etc. Be aware that a hunger strike can be very harmful for one’s health – everyone must decide for themselves what level of resistance is possible for them.

– In general: Do not hide your problem of deportation threat to yourself. Share your problem with others. Get organized against your deportation!

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Source: Facebook: „Refugee Protest Camp Vienna“: www.facebook.com/RefugeeCampVienna

Warning: Deportation Austria/ Germany – Ghana & Nigeria 30/31Jan2018!

Warnung an alle aus Nigeria & Ghana in Österreich & Deutschland!

Please spread – Bitte verbreiten!

<< Sehr wahrscheinlich* Charter-Abschiebung Österreich – Ghana

zusammen mit Charter-Abschiebung aus Deutschland! danger_warning_logo

Am 31.01. (also vermutlich Nacht von 30. auf 31.Jan) soll es vom Flughafen Düsseldorf aus eine Sammelabschiebung nach Ghana und Nigeria geben. Dies vermeldet der deutsche Flüchtlingsrat NRW.

Wir haben inzwischen von der zwischen 30. und 31.01.2018 geplanten Abschiebung von 2 Ghanaern gehört. Und angeblich wurden in den letzten Tagen in Österreich Schwarze auf der Straße konkret danach kontrolliert, ob sie Ghanaer sind. Racial profiling, wie es absolut nicht stattfinden dürfte. Es ist sowohl in Österreich als auch international eine verbotene Polizeipraxis.

Schluss mit Abschiebungen! Schluss mit Polizei – Rassismus! Polizei überall… Gerechtigkeit nirgends!

*Wir warten auf weitere Infos, ob dies der selbe (also Charter-) oder ein anderer Flug ist. Hinweise willkommen!>>

Warnung veröffentlicht auf Facebook: „Refugee Protest Camp Vienna“: www.facebook.com/RefugeeCampVienna/posts/1721236967928889

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Know your risk – Avoid your deportation!

In case you are potentially concerned of a deportation flight, we sincerely recommend you to be on alert and to do your best to protect yourself. Do not allow them to deport you and to put your life in danger!

We also ask you to pass on this information to family members, friends and persons within your community who may be potentially concerned.

Who may be concerned by deportations:

– Persons who have had a second negative decision in their asylum case. Persons who have missed to make an appeal against their first negative decision. Those who have made one, but haven´t received „Aufschiebende Wirkung“ (legal stay while waiting for the asylum decision) yet.

– Persons living in Austria under undocumented, irregular conditions.

– The risk is a lot higher if somebody is already under severe pressure from state authorities to leave Austria.

– Troubles with Austrian law enforcement authorities and having a criminal case on one’s record can increase risks of being deported. However, persons who have never had such problems are equally concerned.

Situations of high risk to get arrested for a deportation:

– If you are informed to show up at a police station for “gelinderes Mittel”. It is dangerous to go if you are presently under deportation threat.

– For persons under deportation threat, it is equally dangerous to get into a situation of “racial profiling” police controls. Such racist controls are common at places like railway stations or underground stops, but also at some other police control hotspots. It is recommended to avoid such places in case you are under deportation threat.

– The “Meldeadresse”, as an officially registered address, is the place where police will show up first if they look for you to deport you.

How to avoid a deportation:

– Be aware of potential dangers (see points above).

– If you have received your first negative asylum decision you should immediately contact your legal adviser or your lawyer to make an appeal against it. Be aware that the chances of Afghans to get subsidiary protection or asylum are still pretty high in Austria! Keep in mind that many persons successfully applied against their first negative asylum decisions!

– Do not miss the deadline to make an appeal against your negative asylum decision!

– Inform your legal adviser or your lawyer as well as your friends if you are under deportation threat. That way, others can try to support you in case you get arrested!

– Collect support letters from friends, family members, colleagues, school mates, teachers etc. as well as certificates from schools, cultural projects, volunteer activities, work places etc.!

– If you have new information about any risks of persecution and war in your country of origin, you can use it to make a new asylum application!

– If you suffer from severe physical diseases or mental troubles, get it confirmed by a doctor and present it as a reason against your deportation!

– In case you are arrested, you have the right to a phone call. Inform your legal adviser or your lawyer as well as your friends.

– On a regular passengers’ flight, you have lots of ways to resist: declare you are not willing to fly, demand to talk to the pilot, refuse to sit down on your seat, involve other passengers, and struggle physically, if necessary. However, all this does not work on a mass deportation charter flight with lots of police inside.

– Some persons managed to get out of deportation prisons due to critical health conditions resulting from hunger strikes etc. Be aware that a hunger strike can be very harmful for one’s health – everyone must decide for themselves what level of resistance is possible for them.

– In general: Do not hide your problem of deportation threat to yourself. Share your problem with others. Get organized against your deportation!

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