"Better live in the streets than go to Lipa Camp"
A story of how the every day live in Bosnia and Herzegovina, at the EU borders, looks like
I have been on the field for two months, within these months my own people have been suffering a war and genocide. I am Palestinian, but I am far from my people and homeland. Far from the fight. Far from my family who is stuck under military occupation and nightly invasions.
Today we share from No Name Kitchen a story of hope. And the whole process since when a young man recorded a video showing the Europea police violence, all the way to a lawsuit.
These are the conditions that people on the move face when they are in Bulgaria: violence and a constant attacks to their human rights
Today we have something very important to present: Our latest BORDER VIOLENCE SPECIAL REPORT, that you can download here
No Name Kitchen has done interviews for a research about the drug comsumption at the borders. The doctors at the official camps give Lyrica, without informing about its side effects.
On the early morning of Sunday the 19th, at 6 am, the eviction happened from the Sombor Transition Center.
On November the 6th, we have news of Sombor camp being evicted. This episode is part of a broader strategy, involving the closure and stronger securitisation of various Serbian camps, including those in Subotica, Horgos, and Belgrade.
The deal is, oficially, "Against People-Smugglers" but in practise the action is against everybody