June 20th: 2nd Transnational Day of Migrants’ Struggle for an Unconditional European Residence Permit

Translations: Italian – French – Turkish – Spanish – Arabic We are not invisible, and we cannot be, because our lives matter. On the 30th of May in many cities in Europe, Morocco, Turkey and Lebanon, we migrants made our voice heard in an unprecedented transnational mobilization. So, we swept away the …

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20 de junio: segundo día transnacional de lucha de los migrantes por un permiso de residencia europeo incondicional

  No somos invisibles y no podemos serlo, porque nuestras vidas valen. El 30 de mayo, en muchas ciudades de Europa, Marruecos, Turquía y Líbano, nosotros, hombres y mujeres migrantes, levantamos nuestra voz en una movilización transnacional sin precedentes. De esta manera rompimos el silencio impuesto por el cierre. Contra …

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20 juin: deuxième journée transnationale de lutte des migrants pour un permis de séjour européen inconditionnel

Nous ne sommes pas invisibles et nous ne pouvons pas l’être, car nos vies comptent. Le 30 mai dans plusieurs villes d’Europe, du Maroc, de la Turquie et du Liban, nous, les migrants, avons fait entendre notre voix dans une mobilisation transnationale sans précédent. Nous avons, de cette manière, effacé …

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The Isolation is Broken. A Transnational Struggle for a European Residence Permit

We publish from the Migrant Coordination website a chronicle on the migrants’ day of struggle of May 30th. Read here the Italian and French translations.  In Morocco, Lebanon, Turkey, Spain, Italy, France (Paris, Marseille, Lille, Orleans), Belgium, Slovenia and Germany: on the 30th of May migrants took the floor, crossing …

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30th of May: Transnational Struggle of Migrants for an Unconditional European Residence Permit

  Translations: French – Italian – Spanish – Turkish – Arabic The global pandemic is showing that, while migrant labor is considered essential, the same doesn’t hold for migrants’ lives. We, migrant women and men, can be left to die in the sea or on the European borders; we can be …

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