• Meilleurs vœux

  • 17 Dec 21
  • Cher·es ami·es et camarades ! 

    Alors qu'une année mémorable encore se termine, nous souhaitons que les vacances vous trouvent en bonne santé et en sécurité, également — quand bien même fugitivement et à demi — en retrait du mode de production capitaliste, de façon à pouvoir profiter toutes et tous pleinement de votre entourage et vos êtres chers en cette période de fêtes.

    Recevez notre gratitude pour votre présence à nos côtés tout au long de cette année finissante ! Nous préparant déjà à affronter de nouveaux défis, nous exprimons le souhait de renforcer l'an prochain nos occasions de collaborer. Nous vous présentons tous nos vœux pour 2022 !

    Voici notre compilation d'une série d'initiatives de soutien aux personnes réfugiées et migrantes. Nous aimerions vous inviter à les aider de vos dons si vous souhaitez :

    • STAND BY ME LESVOS
    • STEPS
    • SOS Balkanroute
    • WATCH THE MED – ALARMOPHONE
    • SEA WATCH
    • MEDITERRANEA – Saving Humans

     

    STAND BY ME LESVOS, founded by locals in 2017, is still active on the Greek island of Lesbos/Lesvos with various projects that support the self-organisation of refugees on the island, in and outside the camps.

    Find out more about Stand By Me Lesvos and follow their daily activities.

    Bank Account
    Piraeus Bank
    Account No. 5709086466501
    IBAN GR4201727090005709086466501
    SWIFT-BIC PIRBGRAA

    Click here to make a donation via Paypal.

    STEPS is active in Athens with street-connected people – refugees and migrants as well as locals. They organise mobile washing units and medical and monitoring teams. Find out more about their work here and follow their daily activities.

    Bank Account
    EUROBANK
    IBAN: GR9002604550000000200297176
    STEPS NON PROFIT
    SWIFT: ERBKGRAA

    Click here to make a donation via Paypal.

    SOS Balkanroute is an Austrian initiative bringing basic-need goods like clothing and food to migrants and refugees trapped in the western Balkans. Find out more about their work (in German) and follow their activities.

    Bank Account
    IBAN: AT20 2011 1842 8097 8400
    BIC: GIBAATWWXXX
    SOS Balkanroute

     

    WATCH THE MED – ALARMOPHONE, was initiated in October 2014 by activist networks and civil society actors in Europe and Northern Africa. The project established a self-organised hotline for refugees in distress in the Mediterranean Sea. Alarmophone’s main objective is to offer endangered boat people an additional option to make their SOS more visible. The Alarm Phone documents the situation, informs the coastguards, and, when necessary, mobilises additional rescue support in real time. In this way, the organisation can, at least to a certain extent, put pressure on the responsible rescue entities to avert pushbacks and other forms of human-rights violations against refugees and migrants at sea.

    Find out more about Alarmophone and follow their activities and projects on Facebook.

    Bank Account
    EU Account
    Forschungsgesellschaft Flucht & Migration, Sparkasse der Stadt Berlin
    IBAN: DE68 10050000 0610024264
    BIC: BELADEBEXXX
    Donation Reference: Watchthemed Alarm Phone
    For donation receipts, please contact us at: wtm-alarm-phone@antira.info

    Swiss Account
    Verein Watch The Med Alarmphone Schweiz
    PC: 61-172503-0
    IBAN: CH21 0900 0000 6117 2503 0
    When donating from a Swiss account you will automatically receive a receipt. If you have any problems, please contact us at: info@alarmphone.ch

    SEA WATCH has since 2015 been organising search and rescue missions at sea – mainly when national authorities seem reluctant to obey maritime law. They have saved hundreds of lives, despite efforts to criminalise their humanitarian mission. Find out more about Sea Watch and follow their activities and projects.

    Bank Account
    IBAN: DE77 1002 0500 0002 0222 88
    BIC: BFSWDE33BER
    Bank: Bank für Sozialwirtschaft Berlin

    Or via Paypal

    or become a Supporting Member

    MEDITERRANEA – Saving Humans, carries out search and rescue missions at sea, despite criminalisation and violence occurring on the Libyan coast. Mediterranea is a ship funded by Italian civil society. Find out more about Mediterranea and follow their daily activities and projects on Facebook.

    To make a donation, click here.