March 2016 archive

Newroz at the Walli

… and all of a sudden there were no more nationalities Over 1000 people joined us last sunday to celebrate Newroz with us: Smoking besides Hoodie, long dresses and Peshmerga-suits, culinary delicacies and music from Kurdistan, Afghanistan and Iran – nothing but a great mood until 2 am. When the Maiwiese was suddenly too small, …

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We have a new phone number!

The Solizentrum’s new phone number is: (+49) 0451 – 70 984 522 You can always reach us during our counselling hours Monday, Thursday and Friday from 4pm-6pm. .

Solizentrum stays!

We need your support! Just because Sweden closed its borders and there is no passing through the balkan route anymore, there is no reason to say that Lübeck doesn’t need the Solidarity Center anymore. Quite the opposite: Many refugees need support and counselling on how to deal with this bad situation. Lübeck is also missing …

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On September 9th our support for refugees in transit to Scandinavia started on the Walli. In just a short time we managed to create a unique place of solidarity, meeting and voluntary engagement. So far we’ve managed to help over 14.000 people crossing borders and reaching their chosen destinations. The independent communications center “die alternative” …

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+++++WE NEED YOU!+++++

We’re a solidarity center for refugees and support them on their way to Scandinavia. Since September 2015 we’ve managed to help over 15.000 refugees reach their destination. For that to work we constantly need help from volunteers. These are only some of the things that have to be done: Making beds. Accepting and sorting donations. …

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17.03.: Meeting against deportation

Invitation to our next open planning meeting against deportation:    17th of March 2016, 7pm, Café Brazil (Willy-Brandt-Allee 9) The doors open at 6pm. More information under:  

20.03 : Newroz

Lübeck’s Newroz Celebration: 20.03.2016 – 3 pm – alternative – Willy-Brandt-Allee 9   For 3000 years people have been celebrating the old-iranian New years- and spring fest Newroz/Nouruz on the days surrounding the 20th of March. In our time it’s celebrated by over 300 million people: in Afghanistan, Iran, Kurdistan, Aserbaijan, Tajikistan, Georgia, parts of …

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