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  • Petition
  • Call for the Immediate Evacuation of Moria

  • 17 Sep 20
  • In the face of the terrible and life-threatening situation of the 12,500 refugees and asylum seekers on Lesbos, transform! europe, together with various NGOs and intellectuals throughout Europe and worldwide, supports this call for an immediate evacuation of Moria.
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  • Report
  • 2020: Greenhouse gases at record levels and getting worse.

  • 16 Sep 20
  • Lockdown and economic slowdown in many countries have only slightly mitigated the further increase in greenhouse gas emissions. According to the latest report coordinated by the WMO, the world is still ‘not on track to meet agreed targets to keep global temperature increase well below 2 °C or at 1.5 °C above pre-industrial levels’.
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  • "Party of the Radical Left" founded in Serbia

  • 10 Sep 20
  • The new party resulted from the transformation of the Social Democratic Union (SDU) – a process in which student movement activists participated as well as members of the Left Summit of Serbia and DiEM25 – which led to the most significant unification of Serbian left forces in the last thirty years.
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A Short Story of Moria

Warning: The film contains footage of physical and emotional violence that is occurring at Europe’s border. It is not suited for sensitive viewers and children.

By German comedians Joko & Klaas

Introduction: Joko & Klaas
language: introduction: German with English subtitles, film: English with German and English subtitles

Since the fire broke out in the Moria camp on 8 September, the already terrible and inhuman living conditions of the 13,000 refugees and asylum seekers have deteriorated even further.
Already before the fire, the makers of this film were in contact with camp residents and helpers in order to investigate the situation. In the process they came into contact with 21-year-old Milad who has been living in Moria since January. He told his story via video call.

 



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