Programme (en)

This programme is provisional and subject to possible change

Friday, 21st of February

  • 5 p.m. For Beginners: Overview about the different antiracist networks and transnational connections.
  • 7.30 p.m. Travelling by pictures – chronology of struggles 2012 – 2014.
  • 8 p.m. Opening Panel: Between multiplicity and unity: insights of recent refugee and migrant struggles

Saturday, 22nd of February

  • 10:00 to 10:45 a.m Worldcafé – Reflections and perspectives
  • 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Workshop-slot I
    1. How is Your Liberation Bound Up With Mine? Anti-racism from different starting positions.
    2. Local struggles of refugees, sans-papiers, and activists along the edges and centres of Europe. Migration routes via Greece part 1.
    3. Stop Deportation – Between airport action and continuous support work.
    4. Critical reflection on political motivated support work in Lagers.
    5. Between desert and sea: struggles for freedom of movement in the transit, Afrique-Europe part 1.
    6. Remember and interfere. The NSU killing spree and the struggle of the bereaved.
    7. For a humanitarian right to stay. The special situation of asylum seekers from former Yugoslavia.
  • 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Workshop-slot II
    1. From anti-Lager fight to renting politics.
    2. Another crack in the wall. Demands and strategies against the European Borderregime after the recent wave of migrant struggles and the tragedy of Lampedusa.
    3. Against Dublin III and inner-European deportation regimes.
    4. How to connect local and transnational struggles – the example Africa – Europe, part 2.
    5. „STOP Deportation Camp“ in Eisenhüttenstadt in August/September 2014.
    6. In the darkness: long lasting „Geduldete“ and „MitwirkungspflichtverletzerInnen“.
    7. Non Citizen Struggle – Theoretical reflections & practical impulses.
  • 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Evening-Panel: Which crisis? Which borders? How and why connect antiracist struggles and social fights against austerity.

Sunday, 23rd of February

  • 10 a.m. to 12 a.m. Workshop-slot III
    1. Which crisis? Which borders? Discussion about the podium from Saturday evening.
    2. Transnational Networks: Arrangements for further collaboration. Migrationroute Greece part 2.
    3. Transnational Resistance against the Uranium Mining in Falea (Mali).
    4. Migration from Bulgaria and Rumania: Interventions against precarization, exploitation and racism.
    5. Rightist mobilizations against refugees – Reconcile leftist struggles?
    6. “Fight racism, fight sexism“ : towards women emancipation.
    7. International Caravan to Brussels: transnational cooperation.
    8. Antimuslim Racism
  • 12.30 to 2 p.m. Final Plenary