30.03.2019 - 20:00 Uhr
GlogauAir Art, Glogauer Str. 16, 10999 Berlin
The Sky Doesn´t Have Any Boundaries
borderline-europe proudly presents:
The Sky Doesn't Have Any B O U N D A R I E S
We invite you to an exquisite evening of a play, curated music and a documentary film. The works serve to highlight the varied experience of immigrating and emigrating and what triggers this stressful process. The event is in English, but some parts will also be in French, German and Romanian.
The Sun Never Sets On An Empty Stomach:
This is a play that explores different stories of fight or flight, flee or stay, live or die, or love, laughter and skullduggery. Each of the 49 stories on show is centred around voluntary or forced movement across borders.
There is a game of Dodgeball too! Imagine that?! So, join us on our eventful journey, exploring concepts of personality, gender identity and nationality in the vastness of the moon, the stars and the bountiful sky!
The Demilitarisation of the Korean Peninsula by the Zimbabwe Defence Forces:
Another long title! Well, this is a light-footed documentary film about the experience of being an Immigrant, as shared by the scrupulous cast and the camera-shy crew of the project.
The most important details are as follows:
Date: March 30th 2019
Time: 8 PM - 10.30 PM
Venue: GlogauAir Art, Glogauer Str. 16, 10999 Berlin
Solidary AKA The Starving Artist: 5 EUR
Mommy Mo' Bucks or Daddy Phat Sacks AKA Supporters of the Realest Arts: 10 EUR Show event
04.04.2019 - 19:00 Uhr to 21:00 Uhr Uhr
aquarium (Südblock), Skalitzer Str. 6, 10999 Berlin
Panel discussion: Criminalization of solidarity with refugees - time for the EU to act!
Over the past few years, ordinary citizens and civil society organisations providing humanitarian assistance to refugees have been experiencing an alarming policing of their activities across Europe. This panel will provide a discussion with individuals that have been or are being investigated by the courts for helping refugees, and the policy options available to put an end to the criminalization of solidarity. The shrinking space for solidarity with migrants and refugees is putting the core values of European democracies at risk. Today, the front line is migration. Tomorrow, these techniques could be used widely in Europe against anyone campaigning on the environment, free speech, diversity and so on.
Anouk van Gestel /// Belgian news editor in chief; accused of human smuggling after she offered shelter to Mohamed, a 17 year old Sudanese.
Helena Maleno /// Spanish human rights defender; has operated by fielding distress calls from people crossing from North Africa; investigated by Moroccan and Spanish authorities for colluding with people traffickers and helping to facilitate illegal immigration.
Kathrin Schmidt /// German activist and crew member of the civil rescue ship „Iuventa“; currently being investigated by Italian authorities for aiding people traffickers and helping to facilitate illegal immigration facing up to 20 years in prison.
Sara Mardini and Séan Binder /// Syrian and Irish-German students who have volunteered on the Greek island of Lesbos before getting arrested and being accused of human trafficking among other charges by Greek authorities.
Carmine Conte /// legal policy analyst at the Brussels-based Migration Policy Group and a research member of Research Social Platform on Migration and Asylum (ReSOMA); currently works on a European-wide observatory of cases of criminalization.
Moderated by: Christian Jakob, journalist (taz), co-author of „Europa macht dicht. Wer zahlt den Preis für unseren Wohlstand?“ Show event