NEWS
20.9.2018
Signal 3 Launch Party and Newcomers Eve 20.9.2018

Free Movement invites all the readers and makers of Signal magazine to the long waited launch event of Signal No.3. The new issue is finally ready – hooray! We warmly welcome also the people interested in our activities to join the evening for newcomers! Place and time: 6 pm in Lymy, Pengerkatu 6, Kallio, Helsinki. […]

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19.9.2018
Signal 3 Discussion Notes: Did We Change Anything?

In 2017, asylum seekers and their supporters organised a five-month demonstration at Railway Square, in the heart of Helsinki. A year later, in May 2018, three of the organisers—Haider from Iraq, and Mohammed and Ghulam from Afghanistan—met to discuss the demo and its effects. Compiled by Outi Popp. […]

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13.9.2016
Demonstration Free Movement thanks you all!

The Free Movement network wants to thank all who came to the demonstration 8.9.2016!   […]

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07.9.2016
Statement Afghan asylum seekers’ appeal to Finland and the Finnish people: Give us protection!

Afghan asylum seekers’ appeal to Finland and the Finnish people: Give us protection! In the name of God, who made women and men equal: During the last two years, European countries are facing challenges due to the immigration crisis that spread from Turkey to Northern Europe. The last two years have been especially painful for […]

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07.9.2016
Statement Finnish immigration service’s arbitrary and unfair decision-making has to change

Free Movement Network: Statement: Finnish immigration service’s arbitrary and unfair decision-making has to change The Free Movement Network denounces the Finnish Immigration Service’s manner of handling asylum applications of people coming from crisis countries. During the summer of 2016 the proportion of negative asylum decisions has increased very rapidly. For instance in June 77 percent […]

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24.3.2016
StatementHelsinki City emergency social services drove 22 people requesting emergency accommodation into the freezing night – called the police to remove them from the premises

Press release On Tuesday 22th of March, 22 people arrived to the emergency social services to ask for emergency accommodation during the cold weather. The social workers refused to process the request and called the police to remove people from the premises after some four hours of waiting. […]

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