IWS at the Bundestag for People of African Descent Week

On Friday 11. September, we took part in a meeting with Dr. Franziska Giffey, Bundesministerin für Familie, Senioren, Frauen und Jugend, and Dr. Karamba Diaby, Integrationsbeauftragter der SPD-Bundestags- fraktion.


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Corona Lager Reports – August 2020

"Hi girls. There’s something strange which has been going on in the lagers. The police have been harassing people on the pay day and the day to renew your stay here. They have been claiming that some people have some fine or something to pay. They take them with them. The social workers either they don’t give you the money or they refuse to renew your stay here."


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IWS RADIO im ndPodcast gefeatured: RB3 – Berlin feiert Pride

İdil Baydar zum NSU 2.0 / DieselA zum Dorfplatz / International Women Space zum Hören / Und: Ein Gespräch mit CSD e.V. Vorständin Dana Wetzel


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Corona Lager Reports – July 2020

Hi everyone, this is the report from _____, Potsdam. It’s a relatively small Heim that has got a capacity of about 90 persons and currently it’s hosting almost three quarters, two quarters or three quarters of children. Because we have families the houses or the accommodation spaces are divided into two, we have a separate one for families and another small block that has got not more than 15 rooms that accommodates single persons and smaller families.


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The situation of refugees and the impact of coronavirus / Die Situation der Geflüchteten und die Auswirkungen des Coronavirus

Corasol organised a compilation of texts written by different organisations. You will find our text “Coronavirus - whose life counts” on page 14.


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Black Lives Matter x HÖR Fundraising for IWS

Here you can see Jennifer Kamau talk about our work before Juba's set at the Black Lives Matter x HÖR Fundraising event.


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IWS @ #Mygration Festival – 20th June

IWS participated in the first #Mygration Festival event at Pandanoodle on 20. June. At the event, members of IWS talked with the audience about the group, the Lager reports and the COVID situation for refugee women*, and what space means to them.


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Decolonization in Action Podcast: Migrant Chronicles in the Age of Coronavirus

For migrants living in Berlin, COVID-19 is raising questions about the health conditions of loved ones living abroad, as well as the rise of draconian measures that are linked with increased surveillance internationally. During this podcast episode, edna bonhomme speaks with two anticolonial migrants based in Berlin: Mugo Muna and Jennifer Kamau.


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Strengthening Innovative Solutions to Protect Female Migrant and Refugee Rights

New publication - with input from Jennifer Kamau - provides innovative solutions and lessons learned from a transnational collaboration among national migrant feminist associations and groups across Europe.


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It’s not a party – It’s a fight | 8th March 2020

All around the world the fight against fascism is getting louder and stronger and women* are taking the lead of this revolution. The patriarchal system and the sexist structure try with force to marginalize, criminalize and oppress us. But they can’t make it


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