On Saturday the 2nd of July we will go to camp Zeist with some instruments and lots of care. We will have a warm jam session with some singing and dancing, etc. whatever comes up. Transfers from camp to camp with notifications one day in advance Last month we visited some friends in the AZC… Continue reading Solidarity Jam Session at Camp Zeist
Children and their rights need special protection. In the asylum procedures they are not protected. The asylum procedure in itself is already questionable enough. But that children’s rights are not respected is cruel on another level. They have to live in detention centers that resemble prisons. We protested against this, joining “Geen kind aan de… Continue reading Sign this petition to protect children and their right to stay in the asylum procedure
With a lovely demo group we made some buttons for the kids from the local family prisons. We went also amongst other gezinslocatie a.k.a family prisons all over the Netherlands to kamp zeist. Basically a prison with huge big grey walls covered with fences and signs of “Attention! Dogs!” In the middle of the Forrest.… Continue reading Participating against the violation of human rights in the Netherlands. Geen kind aan de kant. No child to the side.
Have you planned your participation in the demo tour? via https://geenkindaandekant.wordpress.com/english/ To start the ‘No child to the side!’ campaign we organize two demo tour weekends in May. By bus we travel to five family locations in the Netherlands, where refugees and supporters will demonstrate for the rights of the children in the family locations. Would you… Continue reading Protest against the unbearable circumstances in “gezinslocaties” “
Although it seems unreal, hundreds of children in the Netherlands have to deal with police raids every week. They are the children in the family locations. This is why ‘No child to the side’ organizes two demonstration tours on 21-22 May and 28-29 May. Little is known about it, but over a thousand refugee children… Continue reading ‘Geen kind aan de kant!’ (No child on the side!)- info evening on the 20th of April