On the occasion of the International Day for the Support of Victims of Torture we discuss:
Europe a safe haven?
Human rights on the verge of extinction
In what areas are vulnerable refugees deprived of their rights and what changes do we need to make to counter this deprivation?
WHEN: Wednesday, 26 June 2019, 19:00
WO: Heinrich Böll Foundation (Schumannstraße 8, 10117 Berlin)
WHAT: An event of the center ÜBERLEBEN and Sea-Watch
If you have not already done so, we would be delighted to receive your registration here:
18:30 h – Admission
19:00 hrs – Greeting
and then –
World-Café – Discussion in groups
Panel discussion – with results of the World Café
from approx. 21:30 – Get-together
Dr. Tankred Stöbe, Doctors Without Borders
Nadja Saborowski, DRK Federal Association
Carolin Möhrke, Sea-Watch
Tareq Alaows, Zentrum ÜBERLEBEN
Moderation: Oliver Triebel, LEAD Mindsets & Capabilities
On the occasion of the International Day for the Support of Victims of Torture on 26 June, representatives from the fields of psychosocial care, sea rescue, humanitarian aid and counselling on asylum law will discuss: In which areas are refugees in need of protection deprived of their rights and what do we have to change in order to counter this deprivation of rights?
Our voice as advocates of victims of human rights violations in the EU and at the EU’s external borders must become stronger and more visible. Only in this way can we sustainably improve the conditions for the people we help. Where are there interfaces in our work? How can we educate, advise and shape future cooperation together?
The number of places is limited. After registration, you will recieve a Confirmation of your registration by e-mail on 13 June. If you have any questions
Mirka Wolf is at your disposal at email@example.com .
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